GAF Materials Corporation will be a contributor on this week’s episode of the long-running ABC network program, “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.”
GAF Materials Corporation will be a contributor on this week’s episode of the
long-running ABC network program, “Extreme Makeover: Home
During the devastating floods in Tennessee this past May, the Lighthouse School, run by the Sweatt Family, became
nationally recognized after footage of it floating down the interstate was
featured on news stations. GAF contributed to the rebuilding of the school,
donating all roofing materials.
pleased to have participated in such a meaningful project that will have a
lasting positive effect on the Sweatt family, the students, and the community as
a whole,” said Ted Marcopolus, Vice President of Marketing Services at
The school structure will feature GAF’s new Camelot 30 Designer Shingles,
the industry’s first truly affordable luxury shingle. The shingles incorporate
GAF-Elk’s proprietary Advanced Protection technology, which offer improved
performance, including superior wind resistance, while being more
environmentally friendly due to lower unnecessary material usage. Camelot 30
shingles pass ASTM’s two toughest wind tests: ASTM D3161 Class F 110 mph and
ASTM D7158 Class H 150 mph.
The program will be airing nationally on the ABC network
at 8 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 14 and will feature some of the country music
industry’s most celebrated performers.
For more information about GAF products, visit www.gaf.com.
GAF Materials Corporation Donates New Roof to Tennessee School on "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition"
November 12, 2010