February at the Grove
Well, along with February being noted as the shortest month of the year, made even shorter with the addition of Family Day, it has also been made famous by us here at the Grove. February is the month we have chosen as the perfect time to unload old inventory. Dead stock, supposed big sellers that weren't, colours that didn't fly, over ordering of stock just to fill up a truck, etc., etc., etc... I could go on and on but I think you get the picture.
So we have decided to blow this stuff out at unreal prices just so we can have room to do this all over again in 2014. Believe me, as much as I hate to say it, this will happen again.
Drop by any one of our seven locations and ask, "What do you Grover Dudes want to get rid of today?" It never hurts to ask that question because based on my experience, there will always be something that we would love to get down and discount the crap out of, if you know what I mean.
Also ask us about two new awesome looking shingles about to be launched in 2014...
The Glenwood by GAF and the Windsor by Malarkey. These baby's are some good looking roof candy!!!
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!