March 13, 2020 | Filed under: Newsletter Articles
We hope that this email finds you well and safe. This week, our thoughts and prayers are with the communities in Tennessee which experienced the loss of life and devastation from tornados. As these communities enter the long process of recovery and rebuilding, we will be watching for opportunities to help.
As those stories unfold, perhaps we can help prevent some damages to homes from less devastating, but still imposing weather events and climate influences. This month, we bring you the stories of 2 homes with problems of water and moisture damage.
Notes from the Field
Our own Todd Miller loves to visit homes in need of roofing solutions, across America. Last month, he visited two beautiful homes in beautiful settings. No matter where you live, there are similar challenges of weather and climate that can wreak havoc on the structural integrity of your home.
“I very much enjoyed visiting these two homes. It’s always important to consider situations very holistically, looking at all aspects of the structure. To that end, there’s nothing better than a personal site visit.”
Todd Miller, President Isaiah Industries
Here is Todd’s tale of a 40-year old rambling ranch and a 15-year old 2-story log home with different roofing problems but similar solutions.
The article includes:
- Detailed descriptions of each home’s construction and issues
- An explanation of the root problems of ventilation and design in easy to understand terms
- A list of practical solutions
Finding Roofing Solutions for Your Home
If you’re interested in protecting your home with a quality metal roofing system that solves and prevents problems of heat, wind, fire, rain, snow, and rot, we can help. We can connect you with a qualified, local metal roofing contractor, or talk and work with your existing contractor.
And though he may not be able to make it to your home for a personal site visit, Todd Miller is offering a personal response to your questions about solving roofing and ventilation problems. Email your questions or roofing problems to Todd.
Thank you for reading our monthly communications. We appreciate your interest in home improvement, saving energy, and being caring home and property owners.
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