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Miriam Cunningham is the owner of Roof Menders, Inc (R. Menders Inc in PA). Lester Mobley is the field manager, usually accompanied by his son or another member of his congregation. That's all of us--a small company specializing in tin roof restoration work.
I prepared this site to be helpful to owners of vintage metal roofing: writing articles, showing photos and sharing ideas. All projects illustrated in this website were performed by Lester and me. Both of us are veterans of the roofing trade for over two decades.
For all of our work area click this tin roof contractor map . Both of us are veteran travelers: one of us lives in PA; the other, NC.
These two pages illustrate tin roof photos of their projects or old_houses with tin roofs over a few months
In addition to my roofing work, I have enjoyed designing and constructing this website. To achieve a workable website, I am indebted to Robin Nobles and John Alexander of Search Engine Workshops. With their guidance in organizing the photos and articles, my tin roofing restoration business has flourished. Below is an off-beat acknowledgement to their advice. Keep in mind that "tin roofing" searches usually conjure up Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.
The noble Robin landed in her nest to a chorus, “Food, food, and a
bedtime story!” As her little ones settled in, the Robin began her latest
encounter with the “google Professor.”
She related that in nearby William, Tennessee, a literature Professor, studied his old tin roof after a summer rain storm. “The thing leaks and looks rusty,” he said to his cat Maggie.
At that moment his neighbor Paul Brick wandered over. Wiping the sweat from his brow, he noted, “You need someone who knows how to save a hot tin roof. There are only a few contractors who know, but googling with the keyword phrase “tin roofing” will find a company phone number fast. Just write in ‘tin roofing’ in the search box.”
Perched on the window sill, the Robin watched the Professor from Tennessee sit down at his computer. At that moment, the Professor’s two sons walked in: Alex and John.
Alex said, “Hey, Big Daddy, what are you doing?”
John said, “Or tracking, or saving, or, any verb that better tells us your behavior”
Professor said, “I searched for someone who can fix a "tin roof", but my googling returns listings for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.”
Alex, “Not surprising. Google has you pegged (identified) as someone interested(fascinated) in literature, not home improvement.”
As he pushed his glasses onto his forehead, squinting at the screen, John said, “Big Daddy, let me follow your tracks and try a few words.” He typed a few word variations in the search box--A website with a phone number appeared.
Alex/John suggested, “SAIM.”
Professor quickly countered, “No, thanks, I’ll phone”
At the nest, the noble Robin finished her news about the googling Professor, “Now wasn’t that a killer story?”**
**The above nonsensical phrases pay tribute to the colloquialisms of Robin Nobles and John Alexander, SEO instructors. They guided me in constructing this website.
If you are seeking an experienced company to offer an estimate to preserve your existing roof, one of us would be delighted to visit your residence, discuss the alternatives available and, if requested, submit a quote for restoring your tin roofs. Click here for a map of our geographical work area.
Beyond information about our contracting services, this site is designed for individuals interested in tin roofs--photos, technical tidbits and history. These web pages are prepared by the same contractor that specializes in the restoration of these tin roofs. She enjoys dabbling in website construction, therefore photos and articles are simply presented. All pictures are from Roof Menders projects, the same contractor. If you have questions, just call 610-941-1051 for a chat.