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Re: What Charley taught us

Hi, Libby. I don't think supplies are a problem. A co-worker, who is having a house built in the area is having major problems with the contractor. Contractor told him the roof wasn't finished because he couldn't get shingles. Co-worker went to Home Depot next day and had them delivered the day after. Needless to say, contractor still hasn't nailed them down--and is on his way to court.

On Wednesday, November 24, 2004, at 05:44 PM, Libby Valentine wrote:

Friend of mine has a house in Jensen Beach which is
near West Palm, and a roofer friend of his down there
said he got 4,000 calls the first week after the first
hurricane went through.  4,000. Yikes.  I'd say most
likely not enough roofers, and I wonder about supplies


--- Donna <gossiper@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

That is nuts.... why is it taking so long...
insurance funds slow, not
enough workers, ???....

So what- does everyone still have tarps over
everything... E-Gads...


Yeah. Office manager at work lives in Port
Charlotte. She lost half of
the roof on her house, and is just now getting it
repaired. And
yesterday they finally finished the roof across
the street.

On Saturday, November 13, 2004, at 10:03 PM, David
Franzman wrote:

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