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Pyramid Roofing Moves Into New Facility In Williamsburg

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JAMES CITY-Construction is complete on Pyramid Roofing’s new facility on Olde Towne Road.

Pyramid Roofing announced to customers on July 23 that its former location on Ingram Road closed for good and “we have moved into our dream office. Come say hi.”

The new facility is located at 5268 Olde Towne Road. Pyramid Roofing spent more than a year renovating and building its new space, which is now roughly double the size of its old location.

Pyramid Roofing, which first began in 1986, has several locations throughout the Hampton Roads area. A grand opening and customer appreciation event for the new Williamsburg location will be announced in the fall.

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