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Innovative Tree Care Marketing Strategy Helps Jake’s Tree Service in Pennsylvania Grow by More than 1,300-Percent

GLEN MILLS, Pa. -- Jake's Tree Service, a leading provider of tree care in Delaware County, Chester County, Montgomery County, and throughout the Philadelphia suburbs, has seen an astonishing revenue increase of 1300% since 2017. During that time, the company has gone from about $500,000 per year in annual revenue to now over $7 million. The owner, Jacob Chmielowski, attributes the company's strong growth to quality work, dedication to his customers, and the implementation of an effective marketing system.

"We have been around for well over a decade and we have always provided quality service at a fair price, all we needed was a marketing system that works," Chmielowski says. "When we partnered with Tree Leads Today in 2017, things really started to take off. At that time, we had just one crew. Now we have five crews that stay busy all the time."

Jake's Tree Service is a full-service tree care company that provides tree trimming, tree pruning, tree removal, stump grinding, cabling and bracing, crane services, and emergency tree care for both residential and commercial customers. They provide services to communities throughout the area, including Plymouth Meeting, Fort Washington, Ridley Township, Springfield Township, and Haverford Township.

Don Dowd, founder of Tree Leads Today says that Jake's Tree Service is the exact type of company they were looking to do business with. "Tree Leads Today tries to partner with the best companies in every area since we only work with one company in each zip code," Dowd says. "We saw that Jake's had been here for a while, they had great reviews, they use state-of-the-art equipment, and they offer a wide range of services. They are an ideal company to work with because we know that they will do right by each customer we send them."

Jake's Tree Service is proud to have earned a reputation for providing high-quality tree care services at reasonable prices, and they are committed to ensuring that each and every customer receives the best possible service. As the company's business continues to grow, it has not lost sight of these foundational principles.

"We look forward to many more years of partnership with Tree Leads Today," Chmielowski continues. "And as we grow, we will continue to put our customers first and give them the same exceptional service that they have always come to expect from us."

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iMyPower Portable Power Station LP2000Q 2000W is launched with 2,109 Wh capacity and solar charging capability

NEW YORK, N.Y. -- iMyPower, a leading global provider of portable power stations, has just released the new 2022 product model - Portable Power Station LP2000Q. The device has a long-lasting LiFePO4 2,109 Wh battery that you can charge at up to 2,000 W via AC. The gadget has multiple ports, including AC outlets, USB-A and USB-C ports, plus wireless charging pads.

iMyPower Portable Power Station LP2000Q is one of the most robust portable power stations for home and camping use with a 2,000 W sine wave AC inverter and a 2,109 Wh capacity. Its multi-output charging/charging port is suitable for outdoor tools such as mobile phones, laptops, drones, cooling fans, lamps, hair dryers, microwave ovens, coffee makers, electric stoves, etc.

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What are the main features?

1. 2000W AC Pure Sine Wave Inverter and 2109Wh Capacity;

2. Easy charging by city electricity network, CIG, or solar panel;

3. 8 Outputs for Charging Multiple Devices at once;

4. LiFePO4 Battery with 1,000+ Life Cycles;

5. LCD monitors displaying enough data and the status of the devices;

6. Fast Charging that enables an 80% charge in the time;

7 Protection of low-voltage, over-flow, over-heat, short circuit, and over-discharge.

iMyPower Portable Power Stations Advantages:

1. Intelligent and highly flexible lithium battery management system, efficient energy conversion circuit, wrapped by high-strength aluminum alloy fuselage shell.

2. 8 series safety protection: anti-reverse, high/low-voltage protection, over/insufficient flow protection, over-heat protection, short circuit, over-discharge.

3. Portability, easy to set up, press and play. 60 seconds auto turn-off, or manually long-standby for a night light.

4. iMyPower's operations do not have any harmful effects on the environment. All the Portable Power Station products are RoHS compliant, CE, FCC, PSE, UN38.3, and MSDS certified.

5. Excellent quality at a competitive cost. 20,000sqm plant, 250+ employees, 8 production lines.

Price and Availability:

iMyPower can offer competitive ex-factory prices. OEM/ODM are also welcome. The MOQ is only 100. Inquire now from:

About iMyPower:

iMyPower is a leading global provider of Portable Power Stations. The company is committed to the development, manufacture, and sales of reliable and high-quality portable outdoor power stations and solar energy systems. More than 10 years experience in energy storage system, as well as 3 years integrated R & D and manufacturer of energy storage technology products.

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The Zonli Battery Operated Heated Blanket is a new way to keep warm on the go

NEW YORK, N.Y. -- Looking for a cozy way to stay warm this winter? Say Goodbye to Old, Chunky, Inconvenient traditional heated blanket, say hi to Zonli's battery powered heated blanket! perfect for snuggling up on the couch or staying toasty in bed. So why not treat yourself (or someone you love) to a little luxury this winter? With Zonli home's heated blanket, you can enjoy the warmth without worrying about cords or batteries.

From now until the end of November, get 10% off all heated blankets(code: winter10)- To take advantage of this offer, visit our website or contact our customer service team today.

What Sets Us Apart?

* Touch-Button Control

* Connect the power bank to USB plug

* 5 Hours of Heating Times

* 2 Minutes of Fast Heating

* Waterproof, Indoor and Outdoor use

* Lightweight, warmth, versatility

5V Powerbank Technology:

What sets Zonli battery-operated heated blanket apart from other heater brands is the unique 5V powerbank technology used Patented signal technology allows any 5V battery to be used with specific garments. This allows for unlimited battery options and gives you more options!

Revolutionary Garments Feature:

Zonli's battery-powered heated clothing uses innovative technology to heat the core body temperature. These revolutionary garments feature integrated heating panels and are made from special fabric for lightweight warmth, comfort and versatility. We also use heat reflective technology to provide hours of warmth and comfort.

Transforms Your Outdoor Experience:

Zonli's battery-powered warming blanket transforms any outdoor concert, tailgate or backcountry camp into your own personal base camp. Everything from the waterproof utility layer to the ultra-soft, insulated interior has been carefully engineered to create a unique, all-terrain, ultra-comfortable blanket that even your dog will love.

Years Of Experience:

Zonli Battery Heated Gear was developed by some of the brightest minds in the industry. With years of experience in the field of heated apparel, Zonli team pulled together all the features that have proven to work in this category and created this high-quality product line.

If you would like more information about this topic, please call Zonli Home at +86 17300921602, email, or visit

About Zonli Home:

ZONLI HOME, which specializes in home textiles and integrates design, R&D, was founded in 2016. Each fabric, shade, and texture is carefully chosen, and we pay great attention to every step of the process, from local, ethical production to the art and science of product design.

Our goal is to make sure that our products "cover the body and warm the heart," create a warm environment for everyone and transform pets into everyone's closest companion and family.

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Virginia’s Leader in Lightning Protection Celebrates 75th Anniversary with Community Event to Support Landmark Fire Prevention Week Campaign

RICHMOND, Va. -- Two champions of fire prevention and safety are celebrating anniversary milestones this October. Loehr Lightning Protection Co., Virginia's leader in lightning protection system (LPS) services since 1947, is teaming up with the National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA) to support the 100th anniversary of Fire Prevention Week™ (FPW) and celebrate its own 75th company anniversary with a community event at the Hazen Memorial Library, in historic Bon Air, Va., on Thursday, October 6, from 3 to 7 p.m.

"Lightning is the weather threat that affects most people in most parts of our state and country, and it's also a leading fire threat," said Kimberly Loehr, president at Loehr Lightning Protection Co. and member of the National Lightning Safety Council. "A lightning strike can pack over 300 million volts of power-mega electricity that can ignite a devastating home or structural fire in seconds."

While safety standard-compliant lightning protection systems (LPS) can provide a safe and effective grounding network to protect structures from the lightning threat, most property owners aren't aware of their availability.

According to experts at the Lightning Protection Institute, the NFPA 780 Standard for the Installation of Lightning Protection Systems is recognized as the most comprehensive resource for reducing lightning risks at U.S. properties. The NFPA regularly reviews LPS methods and materials through its code process to make sure that lightning protection methods and materials keep pace with our ever-changing building technology.

This year's FPW campaign, "Fire won't wait. Plan your escape™" seeks to educate the public about simple, but important actions for staying safe in the event of a home fire.

"Today's homes burn faster than ever. You may have as little as two minutes (or even less time) to safely escape a home fire from the time the smoke alarm sounds," said Lorraine Carli, vice president of Outreach and Advocacy at NFPA.

"Lightning strikes that occur in the darkness of night can be especially difficult to recognize and detect," said Loehr. "Even in the light of day, lightning fires aren't always visible in their initial stages and it's not unusual for these blazes to originate in enclosed spaces like the attic, basement or electrical panels."

NFPA's Fire Prevention campaign is believed to be the longest running public health and safety observance on record. Since 1922, the country has seen huge progress in the fire safety movement with the construction of fire-resistant buildings and improvements in fire suppression techniques.

"Fire Prevention Month is a good time to remind property owners about a very common, very destructive, yet little understood fire risk," added Loehr, who is a NFPA Building Fire Safety Systems section member and longtime supporter of the organization's October campaign. "Partnering with fire safety officials is just one of the ways we've helped build lightning safe communities throughout the years."

To find out more about Fire Prevention Week (Oct. 9-15) programs and activities in Bon Air, Va. please contact Chesterfield Fire and EMS. For more information about Fire Prevention Week and fire prevention in general, visit and


Since 1947, Loehr Lightning Protection Co. has served as Virginia's leader in lightning protection system design, installation and consultation to protect lives, property and assets from lightning's deadly and destructive force. A family-owned women-owned and operated SWaM business, it is LLP's priority to continue its reputation as "A Striking Difference" in the lightning protection industry for many years to come.

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Through Charitable Endeavors, Lexi Home Is Bridging the Gap Between Kitchen Necessities and Affordable Cookware

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Lexi Home, a Los Angeles-based kitchenware and home decor retailer, strives to bridge the gap between affordable cookware and kitchen essentials. The retailer is working with aspiring chefs in the L.A. area, providing them with cookware and other essential items. A part of the kitchen essentials manufactured is donated to aspiring chefs. With every kitchen necessity sold, part of the proceeds is donated to charities in the L.A. area to help ease hunger.

On a global scale, "Kitchen essentials from chicken, milk and instant noodles to the ubiquitous potato have become costlier," according to IndiaTimes. The war in Ukraine added to that cost by driving up demand and shortening food supplies. Projections have essential items becoming even costlier in the years to come. Alleviating hunger is one of mankind's' greatest battles. Globally, 10% of the population goes to bed hungry every night, according to estimates.

"Our goal at Lexi Home is to offer affordable, high-quality cookware while giving back to the local community. We give individuals in need - and talented chefs - access to kitchen necessities and kitchenware. A part of our earnings goes to organizations that fight hunger. We hope to expand our operations and charitable activities nationwide," said Lexi Home CEO, Parth Lalchandani.

Cooking education is another initiative the retailer supports. The pandemic caused many changes, including a growing interest in home cooking. This interest continues post-pandemic, with many age groups inspired to be at-home chefs.

A recent study found that millennials are the most adventurous in the kitchen but know the least about cooking and food safety. In response to recent studies and research, Lexi Home is launching cooking education initiatives late in the fall and into the new year. They are a mixture of online cooking courses promoted on social media and the web. Plus, pop-up locations planned for cooking education and product demonstrations in LA. Inspiring chefs and influencers are partners in these initiatives.

Currently, the retailer is preparing its humanitarian efforts for the fall. These efforts will coincide with marketing and publicity campaigns raising awareness about hunger and promoting cooking education.


A home decor and kitchenware retailer, Lexi Home is in Torrance, outside Los Angeles. The company specializes in creating functional kitchen and home goods. The company has spent more than 30 years emphasizing adaptability, ease of use and price. Diversity among its leaders and employees is at the core of its forward-thinking culture. It was one of the first decor and kitchenware retailers to migrate its retail operations online. A wide range of products is available through the website and e-commerce platforms.



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Gray Brothers Wildlife LLC Releases Bat Guide Providing Connecticut Homeowners with Knowledge to Identify Possible Bat Infestations

NORWALK, Conn. -- Gray Brothers Wildlife LLC announced today they released a guide on their website that will help homeowners identify any signs of bat problems or infestations within a home. The guide is called: "How Do I Know If I Have Bats in My Home? 9 Signs You Might Have a Bat Problem."

"Bats are very quiet compared to most pests that can enter your home and because they are more likely to be active in the evening hours, you will have to go through our list to confirm any suspicions if you are sharing your home with bats," says Eric Gray, Owner, Gray Brothers Wildlife LLC.

Gray adds, "There are nine bat species native to Connecticut, including brown bats, the eastern red, silver-haired, and hoary bats. Bats in Connecticut tend to nest in trees but will often end up in sheds, gutters and attics."

Your Hearing Sounds from Your Attic and Walls

Mice and raccoons typically make a lot of noise inside walls and attics, but you can also hear when a bat is flying around inside. Bats that are stuck in an attic or wall can fly around at all hours of the day and night, even though they are nocturnal. Bats stuck in small spaces can make the noises sound louder. If bats happen to live in your attic, you may hear scratching along the walls as they move throughout the space.

It's important to listen for any noises from your attic, this could indicate a bat infestation or another wildlife problem.

Entry Points

Bats use the same one or two entry points to access your attic and this will most likely be found along near your roof. Wall vents, gable vents or loose eaves or siding can be entry points as well. Most of the time you will be able to see it from the exterior of your home. Bats tend to leave a greasy film close to the access point, especially on a lighter color siding.


Bats that reside in an attic will often relieve themselves as they squeeze through the opening, this will look dark, spotted, oily or streaky. Look along your eaves and siding to any potential opening when walking around your home.

Visual confirmation

Bats are active in the evening and at night, the best time to confirm the presence of bats in your home is to see them leaving. If you notice an entry point or droppings, wait outside in the evening, and keep an eye out in that area. If you have a bat issue you will most likely see them entering and exiting at this time.

Feeding Roosts

Bats can have several roosts, which they typically use for sleeping and eating. These roosts can often be close together, especially in an attic. Feeding roosts are the easiest to spot as there will be droppings under these roosts as the bats will digest their meals.


Bat mating season starts in the summer and continues into the fall. This is the most active time of year for bats as they will become more active and fly together or in groups. During mating season, it is also possible to see bats out during the daytime.

Scratch Marks

Bats will leave scratch marks on the surfaces they perch to, which will become noticeable, especially on wood surfaces or drywall. This could also indicate another problem with mice or wildlife, it is important to have a professional check out if you find scratch marks.

Brown Stains on Your Ceiling

If you have many bats in your attic or they have resided for a long time, it is possible that bat urine and excrement can leak into the sheetrock, and you will start seeing brown stains on your ceiling that are similar to a water leak.

Strong Smell in Your Attic

If you are in your attic and notice a very strong ammonia smell, this could be caused by a buildup of bat urine and lack of ventilation. Even if the ammonia smell is subtle, it could indicate that a bat or other animal is urinating in your attic.

If You Have Found Bats in The Attic

Now that you have figured out what signs to look for, you know if you might have bats living in your home. If you do, you are probably wondering how you can get rid of them safely. Gray Brothers can inspect the area and determine if they can remove the animal. Some bat species are protected by the law in Connecticut, they cannot be killed if they are found in your home. Gray Brothers Wildlife are the bat professionals in Connecticut and will quickly and humanely remove any bats found in your home.


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‘Flip My Florida Yard’ TV Series is Casting 10 Lucky Homeowners for an Eco-Friendly Yard Makeover

LAKE MARY, Fla. -- The television series, "Flip My Florida Yard" - with a 10-episode season of half-hour programs - aims to teach homeowners how to "flip" their yard from ordinary to extraordinary by employing natural, Florida-specific, water-conserving landscaping principles. Created by Crawford Entertainment in partnership with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and the University of Florida IFAS Extension Florida-Friendly Landscaping Program, "Flip My Florida Yard" features design professionals transforming yards into attractive and sustainable home landscapes in just eight hours.

"Most Floridians don't know how to protect our natural resources. This series is set to show you how you can make a difference starting in your own yard," said Chad Crawford, Emmy Award-winning creator and host of "Flip My Florida Yard." "The mission of this series is to show Florida homeowners how they can make minor changes in their landscaping routine that can add up and really help our state."

Homeowners can apply HERE by completing an application and creating a short video featuring their yard, family and story. The producers of "Flip My Florida Yard" will be selecting 10 lucky families from all over the state to participate in the show. Time is of the essence because the deadline to submit is Sunday, July 10, 2022 at midnight. (Apply here:

"When casting the families, we looked at geographic location, family dynamic, ethnic diversity and human-interest story angles - but most importantly we sought people who were interested in our show's mission who would be inspired to become passionate advocates for environmentally responsible landscaping," said Crawford.

Episodes are fast-paced, fun and informative, as experts explain the Florida-Friendly Landscaping principles that call for locating the right plant in the right place, attracting native wildlife, managing pests responsibly, watering efficiently, fertilizing appropriately and reducing stormwater runoff to protect Florida's lakes, rivers, streams, springs and the second-longest coastline in the United States.

Based at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida, and led by Esen Momol, director, the Florida-Friendly Landscaping Program is a 29-year partnership between UF/IFAS and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, which sponsors the TV series.

"We encourage Floridians of all ages to watch 'Flip My Florida Yard' and implement FFL principles in their landscapes," said Momol. "UF/IFAS Extension is located in all 67 counties around the state and is ready to help Floridians have more sustainable landscapes."

"Flip My Florida Yard" season 2 is set to premiere on July 24, 2022 on PBS in select Florida markets.

The show will be available for streaming via Roku on the Discover Florida Channel -

For the broadcast schedule, visit Consult local TV listings for exact times and dates.

About Crawford Entertainment:

Crawford Entertainment produces nationally syndicated television programs and Emmy Award-winning original television series including "How to Do Florida" and "The Outsiders Club." For more information, visit

About the Florida Department of Environmental Protection:

The FDEP is the state's principal environmental agency, created to protect, conserve and manage Florida's environment and natural resources. The department enforces federal and state environmental laws, protects Florida's air and water quality, cleans up pollution, regulates solid waste management, promotes pollution prevention and acquires environmentally sensitive lands for preservation. The agency also maintains a statewide system of parks, trails and aquatic preserves. Visit the department's website at

About the UF/IFAS Florida-Friendly Landscaping Program:

Florida-Friendly Landscaping (FFL) is the state of Florida's premier Extension program that promotes sustainable alternatives to "conventional" landscaping, providing guidance on low impact, environmentally friendly, science-based landscape practices that use less water and reduce pollutant loading to Florida waters. Since 1994, FFL has served Florida as a partnership between the University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Extension and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.


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Taking it Down to Earth: Debunking Myths about Lightning Protection

CUMBERLAND, Maine -- Old and new myths about lightning protection continue to circulate through the internet and unsafe lightning protection products still manage to find their way into construction job specifications in many parts of the U.S. To help safeguard properties from a leading weather threat, the National Lightning Safety Council (NLSC) is stressing the importance of separating fact from fallacy about lightning protection systems (LPS).

"Despite the wealth of accurate information on lightning, lightning safety and lightning protection, there are still many myths and misunderstandings that persist," said John Jensenius, a lightning safety specialist with the NLSC.

Just in time for Lightning Safety Awareness Week, the NLSC debunks five common myths about lightning protection:

1 - Lightning rods attract lightning

Unfortunately, this is a common misconception about lightning protection. Lightning protection systems and strike termination devices (industry name for lightning rods which are part of the system) work in conjunction with a grounding network to intercept a lightning strike and provide a safe and effective path that dissipates lightning's harmful electricity into the earth.

2 - Tall trees protect a structure against lightning

False. Lightning can side-flash from a tree and hit a nearby structure. Additionally, when lightning strikes and travels underground along tree roots, it can enter a structure by jumping onto nearby telephone, cable and electrical lines, introducing harmful surges. Lightning can also injure a tree from a direct strike, causing limbs to split and fall onto a nearby structure.

3 - Homes and building are already grounded and don't need lightning protection

The electrical ground installed by an electrician is there to protect the internal workings of the electrical system in a building to accommodate everyday electricity usage-it's not designed to handle the mega electricity (100 million + volts of power or 200 kA of electrical energy!) that a lightning strike can pack.

4 - A lightning rod is easy to install

Lightning protection is a complex system (not just a "rod") of UL-listed materials and methods which comply with nationally-recognized safety standards of the Lightning Protection Institute (LPI), the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and Underwriters Laboratories (UL). LPS is not a do-it-yourself project. Only trained experts like LPI-certified lightning protection contractors should install lightning protection systems, since design and installation is rarely within the scope of expertise held by homeowners, general contractors or roofers.

5 - Surge protection and "whole house" arresters protect structures from lightning

False. Surge protection is only one element of a complete lightning protection system. A grounding network for lightning (lightning protection system) must be implemented to provide structural protection. A LPS that meets national safety standards includes strike termination devices, down conductors, bonding, grounding and UL-rated surge protection devices.

"Lightning just wants to get to ground and a safety standard compliant lightning protection system helps it get there without harmful impact to the structure, contents or building systems," said Kimberly Loehr, a lightning protection specialist and member of the NLSC. "The concept is simple, but the safety standards are complex and detail principles including zone of protection, common bonding of grounded systems, potential equalization of ground impedance, lightning risk assessment and much more," explained Loehr.

People looking to learn more about lightning safety, risk reduction and the annual Lightning Safety Awareness Week campaign, June 19-25, 2022, can visit


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Photo Caption: A safety standard compliant lightning protection system (LPS) functions as a grounding network to intercept a lightning strike and provide an effective path for dissipating lightning's destructive electricity into the earth without harmful impact to a structure, its contents or building systems.


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Washington Siding Company Believes Homeowners Deserve Better Than ‘Free Estimates’

SEATTLE, Wash. -- Homeowners have been inundated in recent years with offers from contracting companies for "free estimates" for siding, roofing, window replacement, and any other home maintenance project they may need. But Builders Service Company in Washington is taking a different approach to helping folks improve their homes.

Often, companies that advertise free estimates don't offer the level of service and customization of price, materials, and timeline that homeowners need to get the most out of their home improvements. These free quotes usually entail a quick, impersonal and dubious price estimate that is likely to increase by up to 50% between when the quote is given and the service is booked, a bait-and-switch that many homeowners can no doubt relate to and find very frustrating.

But Builders Service Company does it differently. The Builders philosophy is that a home is the most important investment someone can make, and is worth much more than a free quote can properly assess. And while there is no cost to book a consultation with their home exterior experts, it's so much more than a free estimate. When Builders Service Company meets with a customer, they do so with the goal of providing the homeowner with everything they need to make the right decision for their home, from materials, to services, to timeline, to pricing information that will hold up to the changing markets.

"We take the time to truly understand the homeowner's needs, and what the best choice will be for them in terms of products, services, and project timeline," says Builders owner Mason Ruppel. "Your home deserves world-class materials that will stand the test of time and the highest quality service. When I meet with you, I'll make sure you get that, even if it takes four or five hours."

Builders Service Company offers personalized in-home consultations and custom design appointments for siding, roofing, windows, and other home contracting services.

About Builders Service Company:

Serving the Greater Pacific Northwest, Builders Service Company has been in business as a residential home improvement contractor since 1974, providing installation services and excellent products that will last a lifetime. Builders Service Company strives to provide the best workmanship and accuracy, professionalism, customer care, and affordability to all its customers, regardless of the project, to help clients invest meaningfully in their homes. They are the two-time recipients of the Golden Hammer Contractor Award from Alcoa Building Products, and are the designated Dealer of Distinction for Preservation Windows and Siding.

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Kelly Roofing Celebrates 50 Years of Helping Florida Roof Owners

NAPLES, Fla. -- Kelly Roofing, an award-winning roofing company, celebrates their 50th anniversary on June 13, 2022. The company was founded by Joe Kelly, Sr., in 1972 and is now run by his son, Ken Kelly. For decades, Kelly Roofing has helped Florida homeowners extend the lifespan of their roofs, and they plan to expand geographically in the coming years.

"When my father started the business, he was a journeyman roofer and painter," Ken explains. "Collier County started requiring licensure, and he had to choose between painting and roofing. He chose roofing." Ken didn't know it at the time, but this decision would shape his future. When his father was injured in 1993, Ken took over the business at the age of 17 (learn more at

As President of Kelly Roofing, Ken has always recognized the value of proper roof installation and maintenance. The company's slogan is "Never Have to Worry About Your Roof Again." Due to poor installation practices and harsh weather, many Florida roofs are failing prematurely. Kelly's services have allowed many customers to double the life of their roofs. Many never have to replace their roofs again in their lifetimes.

What Kelly Roofing does, works. Ken Kelly believes the company has a winning model with great people, systems and products. He does, however, plan to expand the business into new markets in the coming years. Kelly is excited to help even more residents worry less about their roofs.

This year also brought another exciting change for Kelly Roofing. Ken's son recently joined the business. "I'm proud that we are now a three-generation roofing business," says Ken. "As a family, roofing has been our passion for the last 50 years, and we plan to keep it that way for at least 50 more." Plans for an anniversary celebration are underway. Those who wish to learn more can contact Kelly Roofing at 239-228-3276.

About Kelly:

Kelly Roofing is America's Roofing Contractor of the Year, serving the Florida market since 1972. They are family-owned and have helped over 60,000 roof owners save money and live a worry-free life. Kelly Roofing understands how to eliminate the stress of unexpected roof costs. All Kelly Roofing employees live by the core values of Care, Communicate and Consistency, allowing them to provide outstanding workmanship using the most advanced methods.

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