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The Best Way to Handle Clogged Gutters

May 8, 2017

Well, it’s that time of year. I recently saw the first “helicopters” (as my kids like to call them) fly down from my maple tree. Those pesky seeds will soon fill up my gutters, flower beds and take root in the garden and driveway. These “helicopters” are just one of many things that attack our gutters…. ( read more )

Schroer & Sons Metal Roofing Systems Receives National Award

March 26, 2017

Schroer and Sons recently received an award for outstanding customer service and support for the year 2016. We are led the State of Ohio in sales and service for the 2016 year and are looking ahead for more growth. We are truly blessed to have the opportunity to work with such an outstanding product backed… ( read more )

Back-to-School Road Safety Tips for Drivers

August 15, 2016

I’m not sure if anybody is as ready for school to begin as I am. It will be nice to have our home back on a schedule and the the kids to bed at a decent hour. I’m not, however, looking forward to the added road traffic. Even the calmest driver can end up feeling… ( read more )

Black Streaking on Asphalt Roofs

August 8, 2016

  We’ve all seen it. The unsightly black stains and dark streaking on asphalt roofs. Nothing is more frustrating that seeing your new roof develop these stains and streaks within only a short time of being installed. These stains take away from the appeal and appearance of your home and can affect resale value. WHAT… ( read more )

Standing Seam Metal Roofing and Solar Panels: A Perfect Match

August 1, 2016

Schroer & Sons Metal Roofing Systems recently completed two beautiful projects that joined the beauty, durability and everlasting benefits of a ClickLock Premium Standing Seam with the energy independence of solar panels. Standing seam metal roofing is the perfect foundation for solar panels. It is important, and sometimes overlooked, to consider the condition of your… ( read more )

Green, From Beginning to End

April 5, 2016

On most homes, Schroer & Sons installation teams will install your metal roof over your existing asphalt roof. However, in some cases, especially when there are already two layers of asphalt on the roof, installers will remove the asphalt before installing your new metal roof.  This is called a tear-off. What happens to my old roof? That’s… ( read more )

A Metal Roof is the Perfect Fit for Deltec Homes

October 15, 2015

One of the most unique and beautiful of all home designs is the Deltec Home.  It’s sometimes called the ‘dome home’ because of its circular design.  Along with being unique, Deltec homes are environmentally friendly, extraordinarily strong, and energy efficient.  No other home design provides the panoramic expanse of windows like Deltec. Because there is no… ( read more )

Metal Roof On Tectum

October 8, 2015

File this article under technical.   A seasoned roofer is rarely surprised.  While no two roofs are exactly the same, a roof is a roof.  Residential roofing is generally comprised of five things: decking, valleys, hips, gables, and ridges.  Other than the occasional unusual penetration, most roofs are fairly straightforward.  Occasionally, we encounter something unusual. … ( read more )

Metal Roof in Marysville Ohio

October 1, 2015

The professional installation team at Schroer & Sons Contracting has recently finished another lifetime metal roof in Marysville Ohio.  The homeowner chose our very popular Rustic Shingle for their home, which is a great profile for any style roof.  Rustic Shingle is an aluminum metal roof, stamped with rain grooves to mimic the classic look of wood shake and shed rain from the… ( read more )

DIY Metal Roofing Program

July 9, 2015

Schroer & Sons is happy to announce the launch of our brand new DIY Program for homeowners in Columbus and Central Ohio!  This program provides a unique opportunity for our homeowners to save thousands on a new metal roof.  We’ve built a water-tight system to make sure “do-it-yourselfers” at any level is able install a beautiful, lifetime metal roof on their… ( read more )

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