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February was All About the Love - We Heart Slate & Roofing

February was All About the Love - We Heart Slate & Roofing

The month of February can conjure sweet images of hearts, chocolates and flowers.  You may wonder what those things have to do with roofing?  

Well, nothing really, however we can say for certain, we love what we do and educating our readers and customers like you makes it that much sweeter!  


In case you missed February's articles, you can view them below for examples of our passion for roofing.  From Expos to slate roof tips and copper gutters featured in our Project of the Month.  




The Roofing Company at the 2018 International Roofing Expo

Brian Chalsma attends the annual International Roofing Expo representing both The Roofing Company and National Slate Association.  This Expo is the place to be for anything and everything roofing so we can bring new and exciting news back to you.

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Tips from the Experts: Slate Roofing Maintenance

Slate Rocks and we love to tell you about it!  It's strong, natural, and one of the best roofing systems you can have to protect your home or business.  Follow these tips to help keep it in it's best shape always.

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Historic Lydia Roper Home in Norfolk, Virginia

We love historical structures, especially covered with slate.  Have you ever seen a 100 year old internal gutter system?  You can now, and then check out the completed flat-lock internal gutter system completely covered in copper!  

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The Roofing Company 7-Point Satisfaction Guarantee

Learn what your Neighborhood Roofing Professional promises you...

The Roofing Company 7-Point Satisfaction Guarantee

Learn what your Neighborhood Roofing Professional promises you...

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions About TPO Roofing

Frequently Asked Questions About TPO Roofing

As fall starts, many homeowners are calling roofers in Chesapeake for roof inspection, repair, or replacement.

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