Mashpee Man to Lead Repair Division for Cazeault Roofing & Solar

Cleon Theodorides has 32 years in roofing, home improvement...
Cleon Theodorides, new general manager of Cazeault Roofing and Solar Repair Division (Cazeault photo)

Cleon Theodorides, a Mashpee, MA resident, has been promoted to General Manager of the Repair Division of Cazeault Roofing & Solar with offices in Osterville and Plymouth, MA. Theorides has 32 years of experience in the roofing and home improvement industry.

“Cleon knows the industry inside and out and he is familiar with the area’s housing conditions and weather challenges,” noted Russell Cazeault, who heads the fifth-generation Cazeault Roofing and Cazeault Solar.  He added, “Cleon will help us prep and get our roofing crews on the road each morning and diagnose roofing problems and prescribe affordable, reliable solutions.”

Theodorides hails from Canton, MA and is the father of two teenagers. He noted, “It is great to be part of the Cazeault culture.  We are a well know local company and customers can pick up the phone and actually talk directly to a local person. Everyone is on the same page and we all doing the job right from start to finish – and stand by it down the road.”

Paul J. Cazeault & Sons is a family owned and operated business that has been providing exterior and roofing services to home and business owners in Eastern Massachusetts since 1927.  

Cazeault offers both roof replacement as well as exterior repairs including replacement windows, new siding, or gutters repairs and solar panel installation. Roofing options include asphalt shingles, metal roofing, cedar roofing, copper roofing and flat roofing.  Roofing choice depends on the home's aesthetic style, budget, and energy efficiency needs. Cazeault Roofing & Solar also services many commercial customers for both repairs as well as replacement.

For more information about Cazeault Roofing, contact visit www.cazeault.com, call 508-428-1177  or arrange an appointment to visit the showroom at 1031 Main Street, Osterville, MA.

 


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