Summer is the perfect time for home improvement projects that will enhance your home and make it a better place.  Muth & Company Roofing has a couple of suggestions perfect for this season.

Low-Maintenance Gutters

Seamless aluminum gutters help protect your home from water damage by directing and transporting rainwater away. They help prevent leaks, basement flooding and structural damage. The gutters we offer even have many colors to choose from, in order to complement your home’s style and enhance its appeal.

For your home’s gutters, consider investing in the Leaf Relief® gutter protection system. This is an effective shield against leaves and debris. With this system in place, you no longer need to spend hours cleaning and clearing your gutters.

An Attractive Skylight

home improvement projectsNothing makes a room more beautiful than natural light. It is the best lighting for interior décor and design because it shows true color, something that electric lighting can’t do. If you want a more appealing room, install a new skylight. We install traditional skylights, in either fixed or tilting styles.

Properly installed skylights can also help insulate your home better, making your home more comfortable during hot summer days or cold winter nights.

Remember, skylights can be a great addition to your home, helping light up your interior and improving the visual appeal of your home. Make sure that you get the right skylights for your home and have them installed by one of the most reliable roofing companies in Columbus Ohio, Muth & Company Roofing.

Muth & Company Roofing is the leading choice for these home improvement projects because we ensure the highest-level quality and service.

Need the best roofing available in Columbus, OH, and surrounding communities? We’re the roofer who wants to earn your business. Call Muth & Company Roofing today at (614) 882-0900 for a FREE estimate, or fill out our contact form. We serve Columbus, Westerville, Delaware, Worthington, Dublin, Bexley, Gahanna, New Albany and many other surrounding Central Ohio cities.

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