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In the Spirit of Giving, the Cold November Rain Specials has been extended through December 2013
Axl was right. Nothin' lasts forever. Especially Rain Gear and Tarps. The integrity of those items leaves you one millimetre away from an extremely uncomfortable day and a very unhappy homeowner. So check your gear and leak preventers.(Tarps) Better safe than sorry is the way to go. There is no better month than November to stock up on these must-haves.
As for Leak Seal and APOC 365, Axl was right about these as well. These do not last for ever and you'll find that out the hard way when all of a sudden nothing is coming out of the pail. The next thing that happens is 2 or 3 curse words followed by a self inflicted slap to the side of your head. All we are saying besides, Give Peace a Chance, is it might be a good idea to have a few of these this time of year in your truck. Justin Case, is the name of the guy who thinks ahead and never runs out of stuff...
Leak Seal for Emergency Flat Roof Repair and APOC 365 Roof Repair Goo, good to go rain or shine 365 days of the year!
Merry Christmas Everybody!!!
A Story for the Ages...
So, as I was saying to my friend Sting the other day, "Dude, why didn't you stay in roofing?"
Sting replied, "I was really good at it, yes and I loved being outside, yes and nothin' made me happier than standing on the top ridge of a 14/12 pitch thinking, look what I've just done!"
Sting's eyes then glazed over as he became lost in a flood of unequalled roofing memories. Several minutes passed before I spoke again.
"Sting, old boy, wake up." I said.
He shook his head to clear his thoughts.
He looked at me with that all too familiar grin and said, "I left roofing because I hated doing the tear-offs. Its as simple as that."
"Wow..." was all I could muster in response.
Sting grinned and said, "You know Cedar Gee, if I had been given the opportunity to use one of those awesome tear-off shovels that the Grove now sells, who knows what would of happened to my roofing career, eh?"
"I believe you might have made roofing history, Sting. Of that I am sure!" I was trying to jack up his spirits. My good friend was looking sad.
"No regrets though Cedar Gee, I know what I could have been. I am somewhat comfortable with the fact that I wound up being a simple musician. It's just that I have completley run out of do-overs. And that my friend, still gnaws at me to this day."
I left him with this, "Cheer up old boy, things could've been worse."
"How's that?' he asked.
"You could have gone with your original name for the band, remember that?"
"No, please remind me."
"The Shinglers 3"
"Oh yes, I remember now, The Shinglers 3, seriously though, its not that bad..."
I just shook my head and looked away. Roofers don't make the same mistake as my musician friend. Grab a Tear Off Tool from the Grove and make your own roofing history!