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 spring in full swing, summer isn’t far behind. In many Columbus homes, you can already hear the drone of air conditioners sucking up some serious kilowattage. [Read more…]
Royal Family KIDS is the nation’s leading network of camps and mentor clubs for children of abuse, abandonment and neglect, and Franklin County is so fortunate to have its own Royal Family KIDS Camp & Club. One of Muth’s own sales consultants, John Dale, is a co-director of Royal Family KIDS Camp. Now through June 20th, you can help Muth & Company donate to this wonderful local cause! Here’s how:
- We will donate $2 for every like we receive on the Muth & Company Facebook page now through midnight on Friday, June 20th. Spread the word!
- We will donate $100 for every roof contract signed through midnight on June 20th.
- We will defer a discount in the customer’s name to RFKC; i.e., customer may use a $300 discount for $200 off their roof and donate $100 to RFKC. We present the customer with a 501c3 form for a 100% tax write-off.
Royal Family KIDS Club of Franklin County has been creating positive memories for abused, abandoned and neglected children in Ohio since 2002. Royal Family KIDS Camp is a one-week residential camp designed to meet the needs of these precious children ages 6-12. The week of camp is chockfull of fun experiences, such as swimming, zip-lining, rock-climbing, woodshop, a free clothing store, sports and more. One day is devoted to a camp-wide birthday party complete with presents, cake and ice cream, bouncy houses and a carnival. With a 1:2 counselor to camper ratio, Royal Family KIDS Camp is able to offer individualized attention and care for campers.
Royal Family KIDS Camp costs about $1,000 per child for camp and mentoring. The Franklin County club’s goal for 2014 is 48 children. Volunteers and donations are still needed. For more information, please contact Steve Fox at (614) 305-5140 or email@example.com; Clella Fox at 614-305-5190 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or John Dale at 614-305-5180 or email@example.com. Muth & Company is committed to giving back to the community that has helped us become the most successful roofing contractors in Columbus, Ohio, over the past 22 years. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of local children. LET’S SEND SOME KIDS TO CAMP!
Chad Muth, president of Muth & Company Roofing, was recently featured on the Roof Insight Show, an industry website that caters to roofing contractors nationwide who want to do better with their business and enjoy greater wealth and freedom in their lives. With 22 years of experience at the head of a thriving Columbus roofing company, Chad was the first contractor to be selected for this special feature.
Rod Menzel, a roofing contractor based in southern California, and Steve Wein, a computer professional that caters to the roofing industry, interviewed Chad about how he got his business started, steps he took to grow his business, his highest and lowest points, and what he did differently from other contractors to help Muth & Company become one of the most successful roofing companies in Columbus, Ohio, today.
“It was a real honor to be able to talk about my experiences with Rod and Steve,” Chad says. “I know there are a lot of guys out there who are thinking about maybe getting started in the business, and I feel like I have a lot of knowledge that can help them understand the importance of a business plan, how to get employees to become your team members, and why you should be proud you’re a roofer.”
To listen to Chad’s full interview or read audio of the interview, click here.