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Topping things off for 40 years

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When it’s time to put a new roof on your house, consider using Old Man Roofing, a company that has been in business for more than 40 years.

Started in 1972, Old Man Roofing, based at 143 Beethoven St. in San Antonio, has been installing roofing products for decades in an effort to meet their customers’ needs.

Owners Joe Cobb and Sherry Chernosky offer quality work and products at reasonable prices. According to Joe, Old Man Roofing isn’t a big company, and he admits they may take a bit longer than the competition. Joe said that is because they take their time to do the job right, and are therefore able to offer their customers a 10-year warranty on the work.

“We don’t ask for money up front,” Joe said, as some contractors do. “We collect when the homeowner is satisfied.”

For more information, call Joe or Sherry at 210-710-5839.

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