Integrity Roofing offers free roof to Shuswap resident in need

For the sixth consecutive year, Integrity Roofing owner Josh Bickle is going to provide a brand new roof to someone in need

Another year, another roof.

For the sixth consecutive year, Integrity Roofing owner Josh Bickle is going to provide a brand new roof to someone in need.

And, for the second year in a row, Integrity will have the support of Salmon Arm Home Building Centre in making this gift to a deserving person possible.

As they have since the beginning, GAF Building Supplies is also supplying a portion of the roofing material.

Last year, Bickle took care of a Silver Creek woman’s roof after receiving multiple nominations on her behalf. And that’s the basis on which the roof is given – to someone who has been nominated by someone else – not themselves.

Integrity has now opened this year’s nominations for an individual in the Salmon Arm area who cannot afford to have the work done.

People who know of someone needing a new roof are encouraged to email nominations to info@integrity or fax to 250-833-1100. The deadline for nominations is Wednesday, April 20.

Nominated roofs, which cannot be too large, will be carefully considered by Josh and his wife, Joanna, and then physically assessed to determine the roof most in need of replacement.

The job will include material, labour, removal of the old roof, clean-up and disposal.



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