The American flag is a symbol of hope and liberty. With Independence Day fast approaching, as a homeowner it’s important to show respect for the flag by following flag etiquette and making sure it’s displayed correctly. Here are a few of the most important tips to remember when displaying your flag this 4th of July: [Read more…]
When a homeowner hires a roofing contractor in Columbus, a successfully completed project is the ultimate goal. However, not everyone understands the most important component of a successful roofing project: communication. Poor communication between a contractor and client will cause nothing but delays, misunderstandings and hard feelings. On the other hand, open lines of communication can get amazing results! When both parties establish trust early on, your project can be brought to fruition with the most satisfying of results on both sides. Here are Muth & Company’s best tips on how to establish and maintain a great working relationship with your contractor:
Did you know that, according to The American Institute of Architects, an estimated 90% of American homes are inadequately ventilated? Improper ventilation can cause a myriad of problems, particularly in the summer when the weather begins to heat up in the Midwest. Here at Muth & Company Roofing, it’s by no means uncommon to encounter roofing problems caused by roofing companies that didn’t install attic ventilation properly.
In the roofing world, a “storm chaser” is an out-of-town roofing broker or roaming roofer who follows the damage left by storms, offering to do low-cost repairs. While this may sound like a great deal, in many cases these guys aren’t licensed or properly insured. At best, they’ll do the roof repairs and be gone, leaving you to deal with any lingering issues. At worst, the “low cost” contractor disappears once a deposit is in hand, or leaves town before the work is finished. Don’t entrust your most valuable investment to this type of contractor!
What’s one of the most popular trends in roofing today? Metal! Modern technology has produced beautiful metal roofing products that are incredibly tough, extremely durable and similar in appearance to several other sought-after roofing materials. Unfortunately, many homeowners are still confused or misinformed about certain characteristics of metal roofing. This week, your favorite local roofing company, Muth & Company Roofing, would like to discuss some of the most common myths associated with metal roofing.