Patent Filing

Today we filed for our full non-provisional patent on our shield technology. This will include not only the shield but also some new products that we are hoping will provide environmentally and effective new methods of sealing vents to eliminate both the lead and rubber currently used. We will be…

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Ladders

When you go on your roof, make sure you use the right ladder. The best one is an extension ladder. You should not use a step type ladder unless you are leaning it against the house and it clears the roof line. You should have at least 3 feet of…

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Screws we Use

Some have been asking why we use small cross threaded stainless steel screws instead of hex head. Hex would be easier to screw in, thats for sure. But there are two reasons we stick with the cross head. First, they are small and black, so they are not noticible. Second,…

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Spring Roof Care

Its spring, and that usually means storms. If you can safely do so, it would probably be worth your time to go on your roof and inspect your flashings (thats the tie ins that connect your vents, chimney, and other devices) to your roof. Make sure they havent peeled up,…

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