It was in 2016, when we inherited this property:
My uncle who lived all by himself for most part of his life because he lost all his dependents and outlived them had bequeathed a rundown property to me and for a long time we did not know what we could possible do to such a rundown place especially because we ourselves had no great means to repair the place and to move in.
The locality was great:
The neighborhood was brilliant with all the amenities that could be there for a single mother who had three children. There was a public school, green open spaces, park and a great community support system in place. The only drawback was that we did not have enough money to rip the whole place down and reconstruct it. Because reconstructing it in the most modest way also meant that we overspend our limits.
Then an uncle referred us to a roofing company in Glasgow:
This company was god sent because even as we feared a meeting because we were not ready for a four figured expense, we were surprised that the company only hinted at being able to do repairs at the most reasonable rates. The rider however was that they could not commit anything to us unless of course they thoroughly reassess the complete property.
We were game:
As soon as we confirmed with them our acceptance they began working on the property on war footing. Within twenty days, the property had almost got a face lift because of the repaired roof. No one could even say that it was the same dilapidated place that it used to be a score of days ago. They even helped us find crowd funding to be able to carry out certain other repairs in the kitchen and the garden. The house was now good to live in. and we were so proud of it. All thanks to the good Samaritans at the Glasgow roofing company!