McCallum Roofing really cared after wind storm

Sent out workers that day to secure a tarp to my roof before it started to rain

McCallum Roofing really cared after wind storm

I would like to thank McCallum Roofing in Shawnigan Lake for going above and beyond to help me on Dec. 22.

We lost power in the wind storm, and had roof damage done to our home. I contacted Paul at McCallum Roofing and explained the situation. He was of course very busy with all the calls he was receiving, but sent out workers that day to secure a tarp to my roof before it started to rain, which would have caused even more significant damage.

Thank you McCallum Roofing for being the ray of sunshine in the midst of the storm! It was so refreshing to deal with somone that really understood and cared!

Debbie Shields

Shawnigan Lake

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