How to Get Roofing Supply Store to Pay for Your Roof
By now, the story of the California wildfires has been told by countless media outlets.
But how did the story end?
And who, if anyone, was responsible for this massive catastrophe?
In an effort to better understand what went wrong in the blaze, I spoke with three different experts in the roofing industry to learn more about how they came to be the ones to blame for the fires.
First up is Brian Wojcik, CEO of Wojtek, an online company that sells roofing supplies for $15.99.
I met Wojczk at a conference in San Francisco earlier this year and he was able to share his story.
Wojciks story is one that should resonate with anyone who has ever experienced a devastating disaster.
In December, the company lost over a million customers due to the fire, and it was forced to close its doors.
The company is currently paying for the cost of replacing its roofs and building new ones.
Wolczk is an experienced roofer, having built roofs for nearly 20 years.
He’s also the co-founder of the Roofing Professionals Network, a trade association that represents thousands of roofing professionals and roofers across the country.
He is also the founder of the Association of Roofers.
Woz, as he is known to his customers, is also a roofer.
In his own words, his job is to protect the structure of your home.
Woz says he has been roofing for the past 30 years and says he’s learned a lot over the years.
“I can’t imagine living anywhere else, anywhere, that would be able to withstand this,” he says.
“I can say it’s been a very stressful time for us.”
The company says it has had to shut down operations because of the cost.
Wojciek says that because of these expenses, he is no longer able to work full-time and has been forced to cut back on his hours.
He says he will be unable to work from home for the foreseeable future.
Wuzki, who is also based in San Diego, has a similar story.
He was one of the few roofers who had been able to stay open and continues to do so, even after the fires took place.
The last time Wuzki was able do his job, he was working as a mechanic for a company that specializes in repairing cars.
But Wuzka says that he’s now unemployed.
Wizk says he was hired by Wojtik, and Wuzk is responsible for setting up the company’s website and marketing materials.
He said he was told by Wuzik that he would be paid $25 per hour.
But after his paychecks were paid, Wuzks phone started ringing and his boss, the general manager of Wuzke, asked if he would consider making a few more hours.
Wazk says the general managers job was to call Wuzzik to get him to sign the contract.
Wuzak says he did not want to sign it, but Wuzack said that he was happy to work with him and would make the money.
Wzk says his supervisor, a roofing technician, told him to do a lot of the work, but that Wuziks boss never called him back.
He also says that Wozki was constantly frustrated with Wuzicks boss and that he never got his money.
“My boss never told me that Wizik was making a lot more money,” he said.
“My boss just told me, ‘Go take the money and move on.'”
Wizka says Wuzick made the decision to fire him after he asked for more hours, saying that he didn’t want to take any more time off work.
Wzak says that after Wuzieks firing, he started working at a local store that was one floor below his store.
He claims that he eventually lost his job and lost his home.
Wwz says that even though he’s unable to go back to work, he will still be paying rent for his home because he still needs the extra money for repairs.
Wwz is currently seeking compensation from Woz and the general company.
“There’s a lot to be learned from this, and we’ll be learning that in the months and years to come,” Wuzko says.