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In The House with Ken and Jared

Saturdays 9am - 10am

Ken and Jarrod

In the House with Ken and Jared 

In the House with Ken and Jared Saturday from 9am -10am

Talk with Ken & Jared to discuss your roofing, siding, and home improvement questions.

Ask Ken and Jared a question online

During the show call us at 340-1045

About the show:

Ken & Jared Mellick are the owners of Universal Roof & Contracting and offer home improvement advice, discuss valuable resources and host informative interviews with industry leaders. Tune in every Saturday from 9am - 10am to this live call-in show, and have Ken & Jared answer your home improvement questions.

Jared talks about Universal Roof & Contracting:

Universal Roof & Contracting is a family-owned and -operated business with more than 50 years of construction and roofing experience. For over two decades our family has partnered with Florida homeowners to tackle their home improvement and roofing needs quickly and efficiently, with the utmost in personal service, professional workmanship and quality materials. We approach your home as an entire working system with a keen understanding of its valuable role in your family’s quality of life. Our estimates and initial inspections are always free, and you can bet on receiving honest advice. We are a BBB Accredited Business with an A+ rating since 1993.

Call 647-3907 for more information or to schedule your free inspection.

In The House 7/6/2019

Topics: Ken and Josh take calls about roofing repair, porch/patio work, coquina/stucco patching, and AC installation placement and venting.
Posted: July 06, 2019

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In The House - 6/29/2019

Topics: Josh & James are in for Jared today. Topics include regional differences in roofing and housing structures, private generator usage, and storm season preparation.
Posted: June 29, 2019

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IN THE HOUSE 6/22/2019

Topics: Ken and Josh take calls about home repair projects, including a blistering roof, a patio leak, venting kitchen appliances through an exterior wall, and give some guidance about when you may/may not need permits for home projects.
Posted: June 22, 2019

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  • UPDATE:  Jacksonville Police has found the missing girls who were the center of a Missing Child Alert activated late Thursday night. Police say the two girls were found safe together in Clay County. According to JSO, the case is being worked as a recovery of runaways. The Clay County Sheriff’s Office says both girls are being spoken with.    ===ORIGINAL STORY:  The Florida Department of Law Enforcement has issued a Missing Child Alert 11-year-old  Addison Terry.  JSO had reported the young girl was missing on Thursday after she ran away from the Youth Crisis Center on Parental Road on the Southside Wednesday night. YCC is not commenting on the specifics on how the child ran off or why she was with them, to begin with. According to the FDLE, Terry maybe with 16-year-old Jade Seidel. JSO says Seidel is another missing teen. The two were last seen in the area of Argyle Forest Boulevard but added they could be headed to Clay County. Anyone with information about their whereabouts is asked to call the FDLE, JSO, or dial 911.
  • The uncle of missing 16-year-old Iyana Sawyer has now been indicted for two counts of first degree murder, and our partner Action News Jax reports the counts relate to Sawyer and her unborn baby. 16-year-old Sawyer was last seen leaving Terry Parker High School in December. Since that time, her uncle, Johnathan Quiles, has been identified as a suspect in her disappearance. Quiles has been in jail since January, on a separate sexual battery charge. Now, the State Attorney’s Office confirms Quiles has been indicted for two counts of first degree murder and one count of sexual battery. Our partner Action News Jax reports Sawyer’s family’s attorney tells them the murder charges are for the teen and her unborn baby. WOKV is working to get court and police records to confirm and learn more about what led to these charges being filed.
  • A toddler has drowned in a pool, in a residential area of Lakeshore South on Jacksonville’s Westside. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office responded to the home on San Juan Avenue around 2:20PM. Jacksonville Fire and Rescue was also dispatched, and when emergency responders got on scene, they found witnesses performing CPR on the toddler. Rescue personnel took over CPR and transported the toddler to the hospital, where it died. At this time, JSO is not saying if anyone else was in the pool at the time, but foul play is not suspected in the drowning. They’re also not releasing any additional information about the victim, including the age and gender, but police confirmed in a tweet that this involved a toddler. Police are currently speaking with witnesses at the home, as their investigation continues. The Florida Department of Children and Families is also investigating.

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