The Muth elves have been very busy this season! Muth & Company Roofing was pleased to donate 30+ turkeys to the SidebySide Outreach Christmas food drive. We also adopted a family (2 kids and a baby on the way) for the same program. This is a cause that our company has supported for many years and we are pleased to be able to continue giving back to the Columbus community in this way!
“Prevention is the best medicine” is as true in roofing as it is in healthcare. The highly trained roofers at Muth & Company Roofing are always happy to assist you with any roofing need, but we also want to help you save money where we can. That’s why we highly recommend routine roof maintenance that includes a yearly roof inspection. [Read more…]
With summer wrapping up and nights starting to get cooler, now is the time to start thinking about getting your home ready for colder weather. If you’re dreading the thought of high heating bills this winter, there is a simple and relatively inexpensive way to lower them: increasing the amount of insulation in your attic. [Read more…]
If you’ve ever purchased big-ticket items such as vehicles, large appliances or expensive electronics, you’ve probably been asked if you want to add an extended service plan to your purchase. This is a concept most people are familiar with, and for many things it can be a very good idea. There is one investment in particular for which an extended service and maintenance plan is extremely beneficial: your roofing system. [Read more…]
With the seasons beginning to shift, it will soon be gutter cleaning time for Ohio residents. While this unpleasant chore is not something anybody looks forward to, if left unattended, those leaves that look pretty on the trees will quickly become a hazard to your roof and guttering, causing a variety of problems. Gutters clogged with heavy, rain-soaked leaves and debris can pull away from the supportive fascia board. If left uncleared, blocked gutters will cause water to flow over the front and back of the gutters and down the side of your house to your foundation, which could potentially cause wood rot and foundation issues. As temperatures drop, excess water and snow can freeze in clogged gutters and promote ice damming. [Read more…]