PRESS RELEASE: Total Pro Roofing to Provide Free Roof for Veteran SPC Charles Mathis on May 22, 2018 – Gwinnett County / Snellville
GRAYSON, GA, May 8, 2018 – In 2016, Total Pro Roofing started a Free Roofs for Troops program to give back to veterans. This program provides free roof replacements for those in need by using a portion of the profits on every paid install. The time has come to complete another install for a deserving recipient and help is needed to spread the word for future veteran applicants to be aware of this program.
On Tuesday, May 22, 2018, Total Pro Roofing will again be replacing a full roof on another veteran’s home entirely FREE of charge. SPC Charles Mathis served in Operation Desert Storm. These conditions meant 140 degree temperatures, chemical attacks, air strikes, artillery raids, loss of life, and EPW (Enemy Prisoner of War) that included children under the age of 12 forced to fight under the leadership of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. The aftermath of serving in such a hostile environment has had a lasting impact on our service men and women like SPC Mathis.
Total Pro Roofing’s goal is to replace roofs for veterans several times a year and even more frequently as the future allows. As a private company providing this service, this program is entirely self-funded. Total Pro Roofing is grateful to the customers, the partnership with Active Heroes (a non-profit organization geared towards veteran suicide prevention), and all who have helped put Total Pro Roofing in the position to give back.
The work will begin Tuesday morning, May 22, 2018 on Ciji Circle in Snellville, GA.
Total Pro Roofing is located in Grayson, GA and services the entire Metro Atlanta to Athens areas. They proudly carry an A+ rating with the BBB, are National Roofing Contractor Association members, Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors Association of Georgia members, and are a CertainTeed ShingleMaster company. Recent awards include: Atlanta’s Consumers’ Choice Award 2017, Best of Gwinnett 2016 & 2017, and Best of Home Advisor 2016. You can learn more about the Roofs for Troops initiative HERE.