If you have noticed signs of damage inside your home, and you’re not sure where it’s coming from, chances are that your roof has been compromised. Oftentimes, homeowners don’t realize that their shingles are missing or otherwise damaged, and the water just starts to seep in. Before water starts pooling on the floor, destroying the foundation, and compromising the structure, you should consider installing a new roof.
If you are looking to make a big change on your prized Canton property, you should trust home improvement professionals to deliver what was agreed in your contract. The best contractors are highly skilled and qualified to tackle big and small roofing and gutter issues. They are also certified to adhere to the standards set by the manufacturers of the branded materials that they install.
Additionally, a Canton roofing contractor should be interested to give back to the community. Simple acts like that show that a company has a heart and isn’t just interested in a paycheck. According to the Observer & Eccentric, one group is doing just that.
Christmas in Action of Wayne County, Inc., a nonprofit agency, works to preserve and revitalize houses in an effort to assure that low-income elderly and disabled homeowners live in warmth, safety and independence. This coordinated effort not only provides safe and functional homes for our seniors and disabled individuals, but improves our community as a whole.” It continues, “volunteers can help make a difference in their community by giving their time, talents and energy on this special day of service,” and those “who are skilled in the building trades are especially needed, including electricians, carpenters, plumbers, roofers and others.
The question is how can you find a contractor for roofing in Canton that acts beyond a cold, corporate image? Check out the way Tittle Brothers Construction does its business; as an active member of their community, they constantly engage with customers like family and provide more than the bottom line entails. Visit their website at www.tittlebrothers.com and check their testimonials page; you’ll quickly realize that this company indeed cares for more than the payment.
(Article Excerpt and Image from “Christmas in Action Seeks Canton Volunteers,” Observer & Eccentric, April 4, 2014)