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Every Northeast Ohio home should have a roof inspection and here’s why you should consider Roofsmith Restoration

When you speak with Roofsmith Restoration founder Mike Farist about the dignity of work, he sounds a lot like Mike Rowe from the hit television series “Dirty Jobs.” He’s passionate, professional and determined. “A lot of kids head off to college because they think that’s what they’re supposed to do,” he says. “Then they...

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Once the winter snows melt, it’s going to be a busy roofing season for Roofsmith Restoration

Spring is the ideal time to replace your roof, especially after the single-digit temperatures Northeast Ohio experienced in February. Ice dams—and other problems associated with the freeze-thaw cycle—can wreak havoc on shingles, flashing, chimneys, skylights and more, creating leaks and water damage, especially if your roof is past...

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It’s not too late to get your new roof installed before winter

Autumn leaves are falling and the snow is not far behind. If you think you may need a new roof, now is the time to find out. Heavy snows and melting ice can damage weakened roofs and send water into your home and attic. And according to Mike Farist, founder of the award-winning Roofsmith Restoration, he can still get your roof done before the...

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Summer is the ideal time to replace your roof, beating the fall rain and snow

The long days of summer are the ideal time to replace your roof. The extra daylight hours mean workers can start early and stay late, and no one has to worry about spring rains and autumn snow falls interrupting progress. How do you know if you need a new roof? The signs include damaged shingles, missing shingles and evidence of water leaking...

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If your home is located in the path of a recent hail storm, it’s essential that you have your roof inspected by a certified professional

In late March and early April, several bands of thunderstorms tore through Northeast Ohio sending golf ball-sized hail slamming into vehicles and rooftops. The horizontal swaths affected tens of thousands of homes in just about every community between Akron and Cleveland’s southern suburbs. If your home was in the path of one of these...

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