By Anna Lockhart.
One of our top stories follows the events after a destructive storm passed through the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma this past Father’s Day weekend, which left many families with damaged properties, homes and roofs. An elderly couple, Jerry and Glora Noble, were in need of repairs for their home’s roof following the storm’s destruction. Thanks to the kindness of Family Tree Roofing, a local company, the Noble family received total roof repairs at no cost.
Another top story for the month of August posed the question of whether or not a new Texas law would bring risks to construction workers and businesses. Trent Cotney of Adams and Reece highlights the stipulations of House Bill 2127, what this may mean for construction workers and what they can expect in the months following the new law’s passing.
Our most-read article in August highlighted the inspiring work being done by the ladies of Roofer Chicks. This primarily women-based roofing crew and the company owner, Ami Feller, were featured in a special segment on Good Morning America! Roofer Chicks was showcased on the GMA daily morning broadcast to bring attention to the way the company is making an impact in the industry, inspiring the next generation of young women that a career in the trades is lucrative and a great choice!
Here are the top five must-read articles from August:
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Anna Lockhart is a content administrator/writer for RoofersCoffeeShop®, MetalCoffeeShop™ and AskARoofer. When she’s not working, she’s most likely to be found with her nose in a book or attempting to master a new cookie recipe.
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