Get Ready for the Rain!

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 ice in the gutters, but the downspouts  on your home are […]

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The Rooferees Support Ronald McDonald House

The Ronald McDonald House has been providing housing and resources to families whose children are receiving treatment in Omaha area hospitals for decades. The home relieves families of the burden of housing expenses while in Omaha, allowing them to focus their attention on their child. Weatherguard Inc. had the pleasure recently of supporting the Ronald McDonald House as they underwent […]

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Clean Your Gutters Now Before Winter Arrives

It’s been a beautiful Fall ever since the surprise snowfall a few weeks ago. We’ve enjoyed beautiful weather and the gorgeous colors of the leaves on the trees. But we know it can only last so long, the leaves are falling and winter will be here before too long. As the leaves fall and the winds blow, your yard – […]

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Whirly Birds in Your Gutters?

If you have a maple tree in or near your yard, you know about whirly birds, or helicopters. Whirly birds are technically called samaras. Each one contains a seed and a wing that allows it to spiral downwards and plant itself in the soil. The seeds of many varieties of maple tree mature and fall or blow off trees in […]

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Springtime Reminders From the Rooferees

As we get closer to Summer, keep in mind there is a good chance we will experience severe storms, as we did last year. Here are a few helpful reminders to help you weather the storm season: Keep your gutters clean and free of debris that can prohibit them from working properly Check your roof for loose or broken shingles […]

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Spring is a Good Time to Replace Gutters

Like most things, gutters don’t last forever. They endure a lot of wear and tear through the years, and the harsh weather conditions in the Midwest gradually wear them down. While we do not recommend replacing asphalt shingles in temperatures under 50 degrees, aluminum gutters can be replaced in cooler temperatures. If your gutters were damaged in hail storms last […]

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Don’t Overlook Gutters

Autumn is a favorite time of year for many because the temperatures have cooled off and the colors of the trees are changing. But with the changing colors comes falling leaves, and falling leaves means raking and cleaning gutters! Leaves fall from the trees and many collect in your gutters. Even if you don’t have a tree in your yard, […]

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