Damaged Roofs Put Thousands of Families at Risk in Houston's Vulnerable Communities
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Rebuilding Together Houston marks National Roof Week. This hurricane season, Rebuilding Together Houston (RTH) and GAF will assist low-income elderly, U.S. Military Veterans, and working families in need, all at no cost to them.

HOUSTON - Txylo -- Recent heavy showers and thunderstorms are a reminder of the thousands of low-income homeowners in Houston that need roof repairs to protect them from storm damage. During National Roof Week, June 4 – June 10, GAF, the leading roofing and waterproofing manufacturer in North America, is donating needed roofing shingles to Rebuilding Together Houston to help families in need prepare for the 2023 hurricane season.

To protect families and property from hurricanes and other storms, nothing is more important than a secure roof. Houston's vulnerable communities are most at risk, especially low-income homeowners who can't afford the high costs of replacing a leaking roof. This hurricane season, Rebuilding Together Houston (RTH) and GAF will assist low-income elderly, U.S. Military Veterans, and working families in need, all at no cost to them.

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This year's GAF donation to RTH will replace 50 roofs, but RTH estimates that 47,600 low-income homeowners in Harris County need a new roof to avoid disaster. RTH is seeking donations to help more vulnerable homeowners.

Visit http://rebuildingtogetherhouston.org for more information.

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Rebuilding Together Houston
***@rebuildinghouston.org
713-659-2511


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