A Father’s Day Wish from Arry’s Roofing

Photo - Housh family May 2012

 

Think about your relationship with your dad. If he’s like the fathers we know, he expects the best from you, allows you to make no excuses, and can handle the truth however harsh it may appear. This is a father who sets standards for himself and his family high.

With a hard-working dad at the helm of Arry’s Roofing, we understand high standards set by a father. He serves as a role model for how business for us needs to get done, without exception. He encourages us to remain at the top of our game and makes opportunities available for us to improve and strengthen as a company and as individual roofing experts.

We take a moment to celebrate all fathers like him at this time of year. These are tireless dads who devote their lives to making their companies and their families strong and keeping balance between the two aspects of their life, both personal and professional.

It’s likely you know more than a few fathers who fit this description. It may be a friend, a neighbor, or even your own boss. We hope you share your admiration and support of these dads openly. It may come with a handshake and a smile, a greeting card, or an invitation to share a meal sometime.

We have the pleasure of counting many of these dads as our customers over the last 25 years. These are fathers who are committed to making sure their families are safe in a home that’s safe from top to bottom. They invest in projects that help them accomplish their goals, such as getting a leaky roof repaired quickly.

Arry’s Roofing is aware of more than a few fathers who, despite their devotion to their families, are struggling to take care of their homes through no fault of their own. Some of these folks came to our attention through the No Roofs Left Behind program. We invite you to get acquainted with them by visiting the No Roofs Left Behind nominees page by clicking HERE.

Finally, we invite you to share your Father’s Day with us through our Facebook page. Post a photo of the gift you got dad or the place you took him to dinner. Share some of his fatherly advice with us too. Tell him we wish him all the best of his special day.