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Brink Roofing provides homeowners in the Erie region with a high level of expertise and an objective viewpoint on their roofing project. Whether it is new construction, roof removal, re-roofing or repair work, our professional Erie Roofing Contractors will help you select and install the perfect roof for your needs, conditions and budget.

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How to Find a Roof Repair Professional in Erie, Pennsylvania

If you have been searching for the best contractor to work on your Erie, PA home, then search no further! Brink Roofing offers Free Estimates on all Roofing work – New Roofs, Roof Repairs, Inspections and Re-Roofing. We are licensed and insured and here to help you with all your roofing needs.

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Erie New Roof and Re-Roofing Repairs

As many Erie homeowners know – the roof of their home is hardly a permanent structure. Although it is made of top of the line materials, the roof takes the most punishment from weather and debris. When it’s time to replace your roof – Call Brink Roofing. 814-898-4663

For expert roofing services in Erie, Pennsylvania call Brink Roofing, Today at 814-898-HOME (4663) or visit brinkroofingcompany.com to schedule your free estimate!

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In overweight teens, food ads appeal to mouth and brain

In overweight teens, food ads appeal to mouth and brain

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Business in brief: 6 Chinese nationals accused of stealing U.S. firms’ technology

Business in brief: 6 Chinese nationals accused of stealing U.S. firms’ technology

Business in brief: 6 Chinese nationals accused of stealing U.S. firms’ technology

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