Bloomington Roofing Contractor Gives Kenny’s Tavern, An Exterior Makeover!

Cornerstone Roofing, a local Roofing Contractor in Bloomington, IN has announced the much awaited exterior renovation for Kenny's Tavern, a well known establishment.

Bloomington, United States - September 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Cornerstone Roofing located in Bloomington, Indiana has just announced they are giving Kenny’s Tavern a much needed makeover. Kenny’s Tavern is located on 602 W. Vine Street, in Bloomington, Indiana. Cornerstone Roofing serves not only Bloomington, Indiana but also all of Southern Indiana. They boast over 20 years of roofing experience. Specializing in roofing repairs and replacement, sidings and gutters, Cornerstone Roofing is sure to give one of Bloomington’s oldest establishments a much needed facelift.

Kennys Tavern is one of Bloomington’s most iconic restaurants. Established in 1978, it is one of the city’s oldest and established restaurants and was in dire need of a new roof. Kenny’s Tavern is the place locals frequent when looking for the feel of a good ol’ tavern. Or when they are looking for the perfect place to watch the big game on TV. They specialize in mouth watering bar food, as well as happy hour drink specials. The beer at Kenny’s Tavern is always cold and always flowing. It is no wonder an established Roofing company, native to Bloomington, Indiana would want to see the restaurant receive a new and improved look.

Owner of Cornerstone Roofing, Matt Hunsucker proudly announced the new makeover in order to maintain the old feel of the restaurant, yet restore it to its new glory. Helping the community is one of Matt Hunsucker, owner of Cornerstone Roofing’s, biggest and greatest concerns. Kenny’s Tavern is not the only service that’s being recognized in the community. Earlier this year, Cornerstone Roofing gifted a local resident with a new roof. This is just some of the things that a business like Cornerstone Roofing does for their community. “Having someone like Matt and Cornerstone Roofing as part of our community, brings us joy and pride. They are the epitome of a great all around business. They take care of their clients and make them feel as personable as if they were the one and only,” Brian Chapman, local resident of Bloomington, Indiana.

Cornerstone Roofing gives their clients the feel of a small town, family owned, community business, with the professionalism of a large and established company. After 20 years of roofing experience, Cornerstone Roofing knows exactly how to repair, restore and replace roofs, as well as sidings and gutters. They serve all of Bloomington, Indiana, as well as all of Southern Indiana. You can find more information about Cornerstone Roofing on their website at cstoneroof.com, or via their Yelp business page Cornerstone Roofing.

Contact Info:
Name: Matt Hunsucker
Organization: Cornerstone Roofing
Address: 3510 State Road 46, Bloomington, Indiana 47404, United States
Phone: +1-812-300-0147

For more information, please visit https://cstoneroof.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 407469

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