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Total Home Roofing Announces Winners of the "We've Got You Covered" Rooftop Giveaway

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With more than 8,000 votes cast in 31 days, the final results showed these two families separated by less than 200 votes.

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ORLANDO, FL, June 05, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Total Home Contractors Roofing Division ("Total Home Roofing"), a Central Florida roofing contractor that specializes in residential and commercial roofing, is covering the community in a big way by providing new roofs to deserving families. The families of Susan Lachance and Patricia Bell will be receiving new roofs as the two lucky winners of our contest.

In efforts to give back to the local community, Total Home Roofing held the "We've Got You Covered" contest where deserving families were nominated to potentially win a roof - free of charge. The compelling stories of both Susan Lachance and Patricia Bell made for a tight competition. Friends and families rallied together, supporting the nominees by voting every day and spreading the word through Facebook and other social media sites.

During the last week of the contest, votes were extremely close. With more than 8,000 votes cast in 31 days, the final results showed these two families separated by less than 200 votes. Inspired by the energy and compassion that the supporters had demonstrated throughout the contest, Total Home Roofing decided that the only right thing to do was to put it back in the community's hands. Total Home Roofing reached out to supporters through Facebook and asked if Total Home Roofing should gift away two roofs, one to each family. The response was an emphatic yes.

"We are so moved by the overwhelming compassion that we saw come out of this contest and we want to thank the families who allowed us to share their very personal stories. Everyone at Total Home Roofing is truly inspired," explains Kevin Delaney, President and Co-founder of Total Home Roofing.

The Total Home Roofing team will be volunteering their time and talent to both Susan Lachance and Patricia Bell by building them both a brand new roof. Total Home Roofing is a partner to the surrounding communities and is determined to make a difference.

About Total Home Roofing:

Total Home Contractors Roofing Division ("Total Home Roofing") is a State Certified Residential Roofing Contractor that specializes in residential and commercial roofing. Serving the Orlando, Brevard and Daytona Beach, Florida area, Total Home Contractors offers roofing, re-roofing and roof repair services. We are licensed, bonded and insured. Visit www.throofing.com to learn more about Total Home Roofing or follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/totalhomeroofing.

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