We discovered that we had had a leak in our roof. Franklin investigated on a rainy day and said he’d have to come back when it was not raining – the 3rd story, tile roof would be far too dangerous if it was wet. I agreed. Tuesday, he came, bringing a young man with him whose main purpose was to control the life-saving rope that Franklin would wear while out on the roof. The old choba (aluminum strip covering the joint between tiles and walls) had holes in it and needed replacement. Franklin had stored some excess choba here after a previous job, so all we had to do was get it to him while he was out on the roof. A plastic bag and broom stick worked well for that. He repaired the leaks, inspected the rest of the roof and the ventilator fan and returned safely inside. His fee was appropriate and his work was done in a professional manner. Thanks, Franklin.
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