Santa may be able to walk all over your roof, but unless you’re Old Saint Nick himself, you’re going to want to take some safety precautions when it comes to hanging up the lights on your roof. Not to put a damper on your holiday jolliness, but approximately 15,000 people experience decoration-related incidents each year…. Read more »
Whether your siding seems to be in prime condition or poor condition, fall is the perfect season to give it a little extra attention. No matter which type of siding you have from vinyl to fiber cement, siding is meant to protect your home and be visually appealing. The siding experts at Rutter Roofing want… Read more »
When it comes to your home’s gutters, their importance is often overlooked. The main purpose of your gutters is to push water away from the foundation of your home. If your gutters are clogged or blocked, they will not be able to do their job of protecting your home. With Fall in full swing, it… Read more »
Rutter Roofing has donated a brand new roof replacement to Belinda Greiner of Ardmore as part of our Peace of Mind Program. Belinda, an active community and church volunteer who has fallen on hard times was recommended by a friend, Jennifer Iannucci, to receive assistance for her failing roof. A local photographer, Ann Marie Casey, suggested that they reach… Read more »
Rutter Roofing is proud to announce that we have been named BEST ROOFER on the Main Line by the readers of Main Line Media News for another consecutive year. The Readers’ Choice Awards gives the readers the chance to say “thank you” to local businesses for providing great quality products and services. We are honored… Read more »
These photos are proof that a bad roof can cause you problems in business. Look at the drips and stains that are caused from a leaky roof in this business conference room and on the showroom floor. Is this really the impression you want to make to your customers?
Before installing that new satellite dish or skylight, make sure you can do the work without turning your roof warranty into a useless piece of paper. Homeowners sometimes neglect to think about their warranty. Roof warranties vary — what voids one may not negate another — but all homeowners should follow the same advice before… Read more »
This recently completed Radnor job included replacing tree-damaged gutters and vinyl soffit and replacing the roof with Certainteed Landmark shingles in Burnt Sienna. PHOTOS BEFORE: Damaged Gutter and Soffit AFTER: Replaced Gutter and Soffit Landmark Shingles in Burnt Sienna with copper chimney flashing
This video from CertainTeed’s Designing with Shingles series offers some tips for choosing a roofing contractor, including the top five questions you should ask. 5 Questions to Ask: 1) How long has the company been in business? 2) Does the company carry insurance? 3) Is the company a licensed/credentialed contractor? 4) Will the company provide… Read more »
This Collegeville job included new Landmark shingles in Weathered Wood, copper counter flashings along brick/stone sidewall and chimney, reflashing of the current skylight, and new 5″ K style gutters and oversized downspouts.