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Why Insulation Makes a Difference for Michigan Homes

Michigan homes are subject to extreme cold in the winter and plenty of hot and humid conditions in the summer. Although it may seem obvious, there are many homeowners throughout the Midwest that do not consider the heat loss that their homes may be sustaining during winter months. […]

2021-04-21T14:37:28-04:00By |Attic Insulation|

Seamless Gutter Replacement for Your Home

Gutter systems are an important part of your roofing system, helping direct runoff from your roof away from your home’s foundation. There are many types of gutters available for homeowners in the Canton area – although the best on the market are now seamless gutters.  If you are considering a gutter replacement, here are some [...]

2021-04-21T14:24:05-04:00By |Gutters|

Significance of the 5 Year Milestone

The roofing industry has an unfortunately well earned reputation for fly by night companies that are less than trustworthy, to put it mildly. Fortunately, homeowners also have the opportunity to receive a pleasant experience with true roofing professionals and peace of mind by not having to worry about leaks. […]

2021-04-21T14:38:38-04:00By |Roofing|

Are my gutters going to be left clean after the job?

Absolutely, we actually clean your gutters twice! Your gutters are cleaned by hand after your old roofing material has been torn off, followed by a leaf blower to remove fine debris. After installation of the new roofing material, another cleaning is performed and your gutters are cleaned a second time. […]

2021-04-21T14:23:06-04:00By |Gutters|

How many nails are used per shingle?

Most shingle manufacturers recommend at least four nails per shingle and six in high wind areas such as Florida and Oklahoma. That answers the question about the minimum number of nails and we're sure you realize that the minimum will be good enough for fast buck roofing companies, plus they'll use the cheapest roofing nail [...]

2021-04-21T14:40:33-04:00By |Residential|