MERIDIAN, Miss. (PRWEB)
February 25, 2018
Atlas shingles, featuring Scotchgard™ Protector by 3M, and underlayment — installed on the home of an Atlas Roofing Corp. employee — will be featured on an upcoming episode of the HGTV home renovation series, “Home Town.”
The show, based in Laurel, MS, is hosted by Ben and Erin Napier and focuses on renovating historical houses in their small town.
Titled “A Little Rough, A Little Refined,” the show airs Monday, Feb. 26, at 9 p.m. EST. It showcases the renovation of the home of Cory Burks and his family. Burks, who lives in Laurel, is the quality control manager for the web technologies division at the Atlas manufacturing plant in Meridian.
Part of “Home Town’s” second season, the Burks’ renovation included installing a new roof, for which Atlas Roofing supplied its Signature Select® Roofing System. Products included 38 squares of its HP42” format shingles in StormMaster® Shake Majestic Shake, featuring Scotchgard™ Protector by 3M, and Summit® 60 underlayment.
What: Atlas shingles and an Atlas employee are featured on the HGTV television show “Home Town.” Hosts Ben and Erin Napier put their building and design experience to work renovating older homes in Laurel, MS.
Who: Cory Burks, Atlas Roofing, HGTV
When: Monday, Feb. 26, 2018 at 9 p.m. EST / 8 p.m. CST
Where: HGTV and HGTV.com
Why: Atlas Roofing partnered with HGTV and “Home Town” to help Cory Burks and his family restore their home. Atlas provided its HP42” format shingles in Majestic Shake and Summit® 60 underlayment for the Burks’ reroof. Learn more about Atlas Roofing products at AtlasRoofing.com. For additional information about the show, visit HGTV.com/HomeTown.
About Atlas Roofing
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