Statement from Middle Creek Roofing Owner, Ben Lapp

As some of you may have seen, Middle Creek Roofing was cited by Pennsylvania State Police on Thursday, April 23rd for being in violation of Governor Wolf’s state order barring any non-life sustaining operation during the current Covid-19 outbreak.

While the work our team carries out each and every day for homeowners across our region is essential and can be done, training sessions that our company has held cannot.

I would like to apologize to our community of Lebanon County, and the people of south-central PA that we serve for not having the foresight to end our employee training during this crisis. I’d also like to apologize to the PA State Troopers and local police for having to deal with this situation during the Coronavirus pandemic. And lastly, and most importantly. I also would like to extend an apology to the staff of Middle Creek Roofing for not adhering to social distancing guidelines set forth by the CDC. This is something that will not happen again, and that we take very seriously.

Middle Creek Roofing has served the people of Pennsylvania with protecting your home with a sound, quality roof since 2005. We take pride in the work we do, appreciate those who have worked on the frontlines to protect us from this virus we all face, and look forward to the day when our state and nation’s economy is back to normal again, and we can all get back to work.

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