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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Avoid a Snow Avalanche from your Roof this Winter

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 homeowners have been surprised by the sudden release of snow and ice from their […]

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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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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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Safe Removal of Holiday Lights

The holidays may be over, but many of us haven’t been ready to let go of the holiday lights and decorations. Many homes in town still have Christmas trees up inside and lights hung outside. Hanging lights and decorating for the holidays is festive and fun, and this year more than ever, we needed that to help us get in […]

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Avoid a Snow Avalanche from your Roof this Winter

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 homeowners have been surprised by the sudden release of snow and ice from their […]

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Happy Holidays from the Rooferees

As we say good-bye to 2020, a most unusual year, the Rooferees look back with gratitude and appreciation. We are fortunate to work with so many partners who share our commitment to providing excellent, quality service on each project. The Weatherguard team makes us who we are, and we are grateful for each of you. Thank you for your heard […]

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Go Green This Christmas

The Holidays are here, the most wonderful time of the year. Shopping, decorating, baking, and checking your lists twice. So much to do, so much anticipation. But before you think about wrapping the gifts, consider this. Not all wrapping papers and gift bags are recyclable. The City of Omaha recently started a new garbage and recycling, and program coordinators and […]

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Season of Giving

The pandemic of 2020 has brought changes for all of us, but for some the impact has been significant. Failed businesses, lost jobs and illnesses have had devastating effects on many people in our community. In the spirit of giving back to the community, if you’re able, we encourage giving to those who have been significantly impacted by the pandemic […]

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