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Liza Barth is a former content editor & writer for GAF Roofing.

 
 
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A little more than 15 years ago, Leo Ruberto received his honorable discharge from the U.S. Marine Corps and charged headlong into the commercial and residential exteriors industry. Today, he's the owner and president of Feazel, a GAF Master Elite® Contractor* based in New Albany, Ohio, specializing in residential, commercial, and multi-family building exteriors. Leo and Feazel have long been passionate advocates for using technology to "create the best customer buying experience possible. Period."
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