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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-09-15

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Editorial

Community

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L.J. RODGERS

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248-351-5174

Home Improvements LLC
Exterior Home Renovations by L.J. Rodgers
A Great Investment!

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©copyright 2005
Detroit Jewish News

Our JN Mission

The Jewish News aspires to communicate news and opinion that's use-
ful, engaging, enjoyable and unique. It strives to reflect the full range of
diverse viewpoints while also advocating positions that strengthen
Jewish unity and continuity. We desire to create and maintain a chal-
lenging, caring, enjoyable work environment that encourages creativity
and innovation. We acknowledge our role as a responsible, responsive
member of the community. Being competitive, we must always strive to
be the most respected, outstanding Jewish community publication in
the nation. Our rewards are informed, educated readers, very satisfied
advertisers, contented employees and profitable growth.

L J. Rodgers/Licensed Builder

Huntington Woods is truly "Mr. Rodgers' neighborhood." Since 1978, his business,
U. Rodgers Home Improvement LLC, has been beautifying homes there and in all
surrounding Oakland County communities. U. Rodgers, the company founder, also
grew up in Huntington Woods and met his wife, Nancy, there. Together, they raised

their three children, Julie, Bobby, and Jamie in the 'Woods."

Rodgers' ties to the area date back to the early 1900's when his great-uncle, I.C.
Freud, owned and developed the land that is now known as Huntington Woods.
Rodgers takes great pride in preserving the distinctive charm that his great-uncle

initially set forth.

'e love to transform your home into a showplace," says Rodgers. "Our goal is to
enhance the home's appeal while maintaining the integrity and charm of our
Huntington Woods community as well as our neighbors in Pleasant Ridge, Royal Oak, Birmingham, Beverly

Bobby Rodgers/Associate Builder

Hills, Franklin, Bloomfield, and Farmington Hills."

In addition to roofing and siding, Rodgers has
added detailed touches to the exteriors of count-

less homes. Revered as the "curb appeal"
specialist, the company's expertise is sought by
many homeowners who want to improve upon
their home's original architectural design.

"We create custom front porches, unique and
traditional decks, fluted columns, leaded glass
entry doors, custom stone work, dimensional
shingles and many other architectural enhance-
ments to area homes," says associate builder
(and son) Bobby Rodgers. The Rodgers team believes that traditional elements of a home never go out of
style. Instead, they add a distinctive charm that reflects the integrity of the home and the homeowner.

If your home is in need of an exterior makeover, let U. Rodgers customize a look that you'll enjoy for years
to come. Join the very long list of satisfied L.J. Rodgers customers. Call (248) 399-1233 to schedule
an in-home visit, or view product samples at the company's Huntington Woods office at 26711

Woodward Avenue (south of 11 Mile).

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