Dave Kelly
Cooperative living for educators
When we bought our first house, the roof was almost new. That was good, because I was sure that it would cost a fortune to replace it. I knew that no roof lasts forever, and it worried me a little, but the day that it would need to be replaced was so far off, I lived in happy denial.

That far off day is here, in November 2002. The bad roof fairy visited our house on Bradford Rd, and then she stopped at two more houses in Wheaton. She's probably studying the map right now, trying to find her way to Takoma Park

When it rains, it pours, especially if your roof leaks. And it you have a bunch of leaking roofs, expect a typhoon. When when the typhoon hits, call Kellyco at 301-942-6288.