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Community Food Bank | 3000 Galvez Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76111 | (817) 924-3333

Roof Repairs

Significant repairs to the Community Food Bank’s roof are underway all this week. The much-needed reroofing is being done by Sanchez & Son Roofing, which has been installing new roofs on North Texas homes and businesses for over 20 years. Max, the son in Sanchez & Son shared the following description of the roofing project: “We are doing a full tear-off and reinstall of TPO roofing. Right now, it has a coated roof that has seen tons of damage over the years, so today we are doing a full tear-off and we are coming back with a 60 millimeter, top-of-the-line TPO membrane, which is a rubber-based material. A lot of people call it ‘the roof plastic.’ It’s what everyone is using right now on flat roofs. It’s an easy material to work with and lasts quite a while, so you get your money’s worth out of it.” He went on to mention that his company gave the best rate possible to the food bank based on all the food bank does for the North Texas community. “What I noticed when I came here is the wide variation of people at the food bank. There are different colors, shapes, and sizes. This service offered by the food bank is something the community needs, and seeing it puts me in a good mood.” You can follow Sanchez & Son on Instagram at sanchezandsonroofing.

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At the Community Food Bank, we are simply people serving people, and that means all people. We serve all individuals and families without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or sexual identity. Diversity, equity and inclusion is at the core of what we do, serving our community and our employees. Our commitment to these values is unwavering and central to our mission and to our impact.
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