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Maintenance work leads to a new project at Petty Enterprises' complex

by Kate Gawlik
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To ensure long-term roof system performance, maintenance is crucial. And it also can help create positive relationships between roofing contractors and building owners that can generate new work.

Johnny Cline (left), operations manager of Petty Enterprises, Level Cross, N.C.; Tim Allen (center), president of McRae Roofing Inc., Asheboro, N.C.; and Jim Skelley, project manager for McRae Roofing, pose near the Beloit, Wis.-based Mule-Hide Products' sponsored racecar.

McRae Roofing Inc., Asheboro, N.C., learned the benefits of creating a maintenance relationship—it has performed roof system maintenance work on Petty Enterprises' complex in Level Cross, N.C., for about two years.

"Petty Enterprises' buildings mostly have metal roof systems," says Tim Allen, president of McRae Roofing. "The most common repairs are loose laps, backed-out fasteners, failed gaskets, broken gutter joints and other...



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