The Omaha metro area saw the first significant snowfall of the season last week. Several inches of snow fell midweek, and it has stuck around ever since.
But, as the temperatures have slowly crept upwards the last few days, and the sun has peaked out, some [...]
Thanksgiving is still a week away, but as you drive around town you’ve probably seen houses with lights and holiday decorations already. We have enjoyed warmer temperatures which have been the perfect opportunity to decorate homes for the season.
This week’s early snowstorm should serve as a reminder to all of us – winter is coming!
The temperatures will rebound and hopefully we will have seasonal weather which will allow us to clean the leaves off the lawns and out of the gutters!
As the [...]
We’ve all spent some extra time at home in recent months.
Perhaps the extra time has helped you develop a new appreciation for your home. Your home has served as a safe place to stay, work and learn, and spend time connecting with family. Home is your [...]
Trent represented the Rooferees last week at the Omaha Executives Association (OEA) meeting. Trent recently celebrated his 20th anniversary with Weatherguard Inc., after a career as a college basketball coach. Like John, Trent has officiated basketball [...]
The holidays are over, but if you drive around town, you’ll likely still see Christmas lights on plenty of homes.
Despite the work, hanging lights and decorating for the holidays is festive and fun, and gets you in the spirit of the holidays. But much [...]
Christmas may be a few weeks away, but we are enjoying some unseasonably nice weather. The Rooferees encourage you to take advantage of the warmer temperatures and make sure your gutters are cleaned and ready for winter.
Even if you cleaned your gutters [...]
The recent storms are a reminder that storm season is here – and spring storms in the Midwest can be very damaging!
Storms with heavy rain, strong winds and hail can cause significant damage to your home – the siding, gutters, decking, and roofs bear [...]
If you have maple tree in or near your yard, you have probably noticed that the whirley birds, or helicopters, have started to fall. Their thin tails allow them to spin and spiral downward – and carry them a few yards away!
Your yard, sidewalks, deck and [...]
If the forecast for heavy rain this weekend is correct, homeowners need to act now to make sure the rain is able to drain through downspouts.
If downspouts on your home are covered in snow they won't be able to properly drain. The rain will melt some of the[...]