Manufacturer donates 40 roofs to Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity
Malarkey Roofing has supported Habitat nationally for 25 years, Oklahoma City plant manager Jay Kreft said. The Oregon-based manufacturer opened a plant at 3400 S Council Road last summer.
Talk about inclined to give. Malarkey Roofing Products has donated materials to roof every house built this year by Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity — 40 in all.
The first roof was installed Wednesday in the Las Rosas neighborhood at SE 25 and Byers Avenue.
The gift is worth $120,000, plant manager Jay Kreft said.
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