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Summer Vacation Plans

May 12, 2015 | Filed under: Newsletters

If you take a vacation this summer and find yourself in west central Ohio, please stop by and see us. Classic Metal Roofing Systems is located in Piqua right off of I-75, just north of I-70, in a largely rural area of Ohio. Piqua (pronounced PICK – wuh) We’d love to meet you in our… ( read more )

Residential Metal Roofing Facts From Industry Expert

May 10, 2015 | Filed under: Buying a New Roof

Are you researching metal roofing for your home and finding it to be confusing? Do you have questions about metal roofs for residential use which you can’t find answers to? Are you having a tough time finding consistent answers? Do you wonder what type of metal roof would look best on your home? What would… ( read more )

Dreading those Summer Electric Bills?

April 14, 2015 | Filed under: Energy,Homeowner Tips,Newsletters

Can you believe it? For the most part, “Spring has Sprung!” and we couldn’t be more excited! This is the time of year when we get to work with so many homeowners who are tired of the problems of traditional roofing materials and looking for a better choice! While we look at each situation individually,… ( read more )

A Dozen Ways to Find Winter Warmth

March 15, 2015 | Filed under: Newsletters

The past weeks have seen record low temperatures in many areas of the country; few places have escaped winter’s fury when it comes to snow and ice. With more weeks of bad weather ahead of us, this article brings you a few “warm ideas” for surviving the remainder of this winter. Keep your head and… ( read more )

Tiny House Roofing

March 5, 2015 | Filed under: Buying a New Roof,Energy,Environmentally Friendly,Tiny houses

Builders of tiny houses are considering metal roofing as the best option. Metal roofing’s benefits of low weight, high-end beauty, wind resistance, fire safety, and reflective energy efficiency all blend very well with the goals and desires of owners of tiny homes. We have recently worked with a couple of such projects, and even had… ( read more )

February is the Month of Love

February 15, 2015 | Filed under: Newsletters

With Valentine’s Day right in the middle of it, February is the month of love. We’re here this month to ask the question: “What do you love about your home?” Do you love the way it looks? The comfort and sense of well being that it brings you? The memories it holds? Chances are all… ( read more )

What Is Your Roof Trying To Tell You?

January 15, 2015 | Filed under: Newsletters

We hope this message finds you warm and well. As temperatures dip and drop, we encourage you to, from a position of safety and warmth, “listen” to your roof. If you tell the neighbors that you want to “hear what your roof is telling you” this winter, they may be convinced you’re suffering from a… ( read more )

The Message of Christmas

December 15, 2014 | Filed under: Newsletters

Isn’t the message of Christmas timeless? Now, just as 2000 years ago, we remain a world in need of a savior. During the next few weeks, we will see lots of holiday and Christmas messages that will pull our attractions in tons of directions. May we sift through those messages and remain focused on the… ( read more )

Keep The Home Fires Burning

November 13, 2014 | Filed under: Newsletters

So, does it surprise you that it is November already? It surprises us a bit. We have so enjoyed hearing from and working with thousands of homeowners this year that made decisions to make long-term investments in their homes with beautiful, worry-free, energy-efficient roofing systems. Given how roofing costs increase year after year, these homeowners… ( read more )

Fall Activities To Help Make The Most Of The Season

October 16, 2014 | Filed under: Homeowner Tips,Newsletters

We hope that the abundance of fun-size candy hasn’t put you into a sugar coma quite yet! The fall season is beginning to color and bless our lives with turning leaves, cooler nights and shorter days. Spending Time with Friends and Family Sweaters and jeans coming out of the closet remind us that winter will… ( read more )

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