THE BIRTH OF FOUR TWELVE

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Four Twelve Roofing is a product of the current climate in Baltimore City.

Following the recession of 2008, The Mayor of Baltimore City designed a program called the Vacants to Value (or V2V) program, with an idea to take vacant homes throughout Baltimore, and give them to people for cheap if they were able to restore them.

Being builders and general thrifters, this program allowed us a great opportunity. With pennies from our proverbial satchel, Four Twelve purchased its first home and spent the better part of a year rehabbing the property.

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This property is the namesake of our company, standing beautifully at 412 E Lanvale St. in Baltimore’s Greenmount West neighborhood.

Over the course of the build, we documented many of the processes and included the story here for your enjoyment.

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