Roofing Alliance Seeks Nine More Roofing Companies to Adopt Ronald McDonald House Roofs

The Roofing Alliance is looking to complete their mission of adopting 165 stand-alone Ronald McDonald Houses throughout the U.S. Lead by Rod Petrick, chairperson of the Roofing Alliance, the goal of inspecting, repairing, maintaining and replacing these roofs is within reach and will impact families with sick children across the country by keeping them together when they need it most.  Numerous roofing professionals have already risen to the challenge by adopting 156 of the roofs.

In April of 2017, the Roofing Alliance began working with Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) by supporting their efforts to help families with critically ill children stay together and near the hospitals providing them medical care. Ronald McDonald Houses provide private sleeping rooms, meals, and opportunities for families to interact as they go through difficult times. Through sponsorship funds and the adoption of the roofs of the 165 stand-alone Ronald McDonald Houses in the U.S., the Roofing Alliance has brought together roofing professionals and companies who donate their time and talents to provide regular roof system inspections, maintenance, repairs and replacements.

 “We’re asking our partners to inspect the roofs and report back to us on the condition of the roof, the roofing system currently in place, the estimated life expectancy, anticipated and actual work to be done, and the dollar value of the in-kind labor and materials provided or available. Once we receive the information, we enter it into our database.    We want to maintain as much history as possible on the roofing systems for each house,” said Petrick, owner of Ridgeworth Roofing, Frankfort, Ill.

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