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Apple Roofing Goes Green

Apple Roofing Goes Green

Apple Roofing received Owens Corning’s 2018 Recycling Award. Over 14,400,400 pounds of shingles were recycled by the company last year.

New Year Start

New Year Start

With the clean slate of the new year, we look forward to what this year has in store for each and every one of us – and you!

Hanging Holiday Lights

Hanging Holiday Lights

Now is the perfect time to take advantage of the mild weather and hang lights on your home for the holidays.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Throughout the year, we receive thoughtful messages like these from our customers…

Common Danger Signs of Fallen Trees

Common Danger Signs of Fallen Trees

Trees are a beautiful addition to any property. Very large, old trees, however, can become a hazard to your roof if they fall.

Dark Streaks on Your Roof? Here’s Why

Dark Streaks on Your Roof? Here’s Why

If you have a light-colored roof, you may have noticed dark or even black streaks developing on the shingles and wondered whether this is dirt, moss, or fungus?

2nd Annual Trick-or-Treat Event!

2nd Annual Trick-or-Treat Event!

Halloween is quickly approaching and it is a safe bet that your children are highly anticipating the opportunity to dress up and go door-to-door for candy.

Is It Okay to Roof in Cold Temperatures?

Is It Okay to Roof in Cold Temperatures?

Customers who are scheduled to have their roofs replaced in the fall often ask us if their roofs will be okay if the shingles are installed in the cooler temperatures.

Going Beyond the Total: Comparing Estimates

Going Beyond the Total: Comparing Estimates

If you are in need of a new roof, it is likely that you are considering multiple different roofing contractors and will receive multiple written estimates that you need to compare.

Granules in your Gutters?

Granules in your Gutters?

Most roofs in the Midwest are covered with asphalt shingles, as they are relatively inexpensive, easy to install, and most importantly – durable.