Some have already seen some snow, and more is in the forecast – Winter is coming! Ice jams are a hidden threat in Winter, and now is the time to take precautions to avoid them. Ice jams occur when precipitation, such as snow, is in a pattern of melting and refreezing. Snow will melt as the temperatures climb during the day, and refreezes as the temperatures fall […]

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Be Aware, and Choose Local!

If your home or business received hail damage in the recent storm, you may be finding it difficult to know how to choose the contractor that is right for your job. The Rooferees have some advice – be aware, and choose a local company! You may have heard radio spots from roofing companies claiming to be unaffected by supply chain […]

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Here’s Why You Should Use the Rooferees to Replace your Roof or Siding

The Omaha metro area was hit by a hailstorm Tuesday, June 7th. The hail was strong enough in many parts of town to break windows and pierce holes in siding, so you can just imagine the toll it took on roofs, siding and gutters! If you believe your home or business has suffered hail damage, call the Rooferees today! It […]

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Avoid Stormchasers

The early severe storms have danced around Omaha and stayed to the south but history shows this will change and we will be faced with severe weather and damage. Always be prepared. Severe storms with hail and strong winds can – and usually do – leave damage in their wake. Broken and missing roof shingles, and dents or holes in […]

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It’s Spring Storm Season

Spring is officially here, and with it comes the threat of severe storms. Strong storms with hail, winds, and rain are common in the Midwest, and they can be very destructive. Hail and strong winds can damage roofs, gutters and siding, and repair and replacement costs can be high. The Rooferees have tips for recognizing if your home has been […]

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Have You Recovered From the Storm?

The National Weather Service reported that the storm that hit Omaha shortly a few weeks ago included 96 mph straight-line winds, leaving power outages – and lots of damage – in its wake. Drive just about anywhere in Omaha and you can see startling damage to trees due to the strong winds. The record winds also left significant damage to […]

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Severe Weather Awareness Week

This is Severe Weather Awareness Week in Nebraska and Iowa – a perfect time to share some reminders about storm season. In the Midwest, severe thunderstorms pose the biggest weather threat. In order for a thunderstorm to be considered severe, it must produce quarter-sized or larger hail with wind gusts of around 60 mph. About 10% of all annual T-storms […]

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Spring Gutter Clean-Up

After the long, cold winter, we are always anxious to get outside. The weather this weekend looks good enough to get a jump start on some spring clean-up around the yard. The Rooferees recommend you check your gutters, especially if you did not get a chance to clean them out before winter set in. Leaves, stick and debris may have […]

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Roof Damage from Spring Thaw

It’s March, the temperatures are warming, the snow is melting, and the sun is out – Spring is almost here! We are all happy to see the snow and ice melt away, and signs of green peaking out in lawns and gardens. But the thaw might reveal some hidden problems. Ice dams occur as snow and ice melt during the […]

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