The Guardian Gazette: May 2019 Newsletter

Giving back has always, always been important to me and to our team here at Guardian. We try everyday to deliver the best possible service and to give back to those less fortunate when we can. This is why in November of 2018 we launched the Guardian Halo Project, where we promised to give one homeowner in need a major roof repair or replacement. Those who visited the Halo Project page were able to nominate not only themselves, but others who they believed were truly in need. We could never have anticipated the tidal wave of nominations that would come in from people nominating others less fortunate. One couple is particular received an avalanche of nominations from her local community and when we read through each one, we know we had found our Halo Project Winner- Mrs. Cindy Lu Vaughn of Federal Way.

Beloved grandma of the neighborhood and loving wife to Grandpa Pat, Cindy Lu’s doors (much like her heart) are always open to her community. The Vaughn’s home, while filled with warmth and good cheer, was in bad shape due to the deterioration of their roof and a large portion had been covered by a tarp for the better part of 2 years. In addition to the poor condition of their roof, the couple has been battling serious health issues which leaves little time or money for home repair. Thanks to glowing nominations from their community, Guardian excitedly took on the Vaughn’s and their roof project. Our team jumped at the chance to volunteer their time and skill in helping on this project and this past Monday demolition began. Over the course of the week our guys have been removing the old shingles and dry rot, repairing trusses, and installing new sheeting. This Saturday while the final shingles were being installed the Guardian Team gathered with the Vaughn’s and their community to celebrate their new roof and our new friends. I am so grateful for the opportunity to give back to the community; it is because of loyal clients like you that we are able to make a positive difference. From all of us here at Guardian and on behalf of the Guardian Halo Project, thank you for your continued support.

Lori Swanson

If you’d like to learn more about the Vaughns and the Halo Project check out Sound Publishing’s recent article, Guardians give ‘neighborhood grandparents’ new roof.


This month’s featured review:

“Fabulous, outstanding, professional, just a few adjectives to describe Alejandro (Alex) the technician from Guardian Roofing. He did an exceptional job fixing all the various issues I had with my roof, skylights, and vents. I much appreciated the texts, photos, and updates from the company and Alex. I will highly recommend Guardian Roofing to family, friends, and neighbors.”


We are so grateful for our customer reviews. A kind review is one of the greatest gifts the Guardian team can receive from a client. Each month we reward three clients for their positive accolades.

This month, we are rewarding Brian P, Kim P, and Robert C. Be on the lookout for a pair of Movie Theater E-tickets to arrive in your email inbox soon!





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Meet the Team!

Here at Guardian we love roofing and we are so grateful to serve you, our awesome clients! We are equally grateful to our amazing employees, who work diligently day in and day out to provide the best possible service. Each month we like to recognize one of our employees by featuring them here on the Guardian Blog. This month we would like to recognize our Re-Roof Foreman Victor, aka Shorty. Shorty has been with Guardian for over 8 years and not a day has gone by where he doesn’t have a smile on his face. Shorty is an excellent leader and a skilled roofer and we are lucky to have him on our team. Thank you Shorty for all your hard work and dedication to our clients and to Guardian!


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