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  • Fiberglass composition asphalt shingles are the most commonly used roofing material today. Many consumers, however, are unaware of the alternatives that may better suit their needs and budgets, reinforcing the importance of considering one’s roofing options before committing. Below, we explore asphalt shingles and one major alternative, Gerard’s metal roofing systems, to help you decide which is best for your next roofing project. ​ How will each material improve the look of my home? Both
  • No matter where you live in the world your roof is the shield that protects you and your family against the climate’s extreme weather conditions. Ensuring the quality of your roof—in terms of durability, longevity and strength—is, therefore, of great importance. Gerard Roofing Technologies ’ metal roofing systems have been helping home and business owners protect the sanctity of their structures for over half of a century. Not only are their metal roofing options outstanding investments, but
  • This recent story is another testament to the strength and durability of a Gerard roof. Don’t let your roof become a secondary choice. Look to Gerard to protect your home and your family today. Saturday, June 11th 2016, an F3 tornado with winds exceeding 160 miles per hour touched down in Baker, Montana. In a small community of 1,200 residents, the town was devastated but luckily no lives were lost. Three homeowners with Gerard roofs were in the eye of the storm, and all came out with their
  • EcoSmart Demonstration Home Shalimar, Florida - a Gerard case study Many people visiting Shalimar, Fla. don’t want to miss one of the town’s attractions: a sprawling Europeanstyle waterfront estate on Lorraine Bayou. Featuring a main house, carriage house and guesthouse, the estate offers luxurious finishes and phenomenal views all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. The crowning touch is a Gerard stone-coated, barrel vault metal roofing system that not only resists 170 mile per hour winds, but saves
  • During the early hours of January 16, 2014, in the dangerously dry foothills of Southern California’s San Gabriel Mountains, the first spark of a wildfire ignited, eventually growing to ravage almost 2000 acres before firefighters could fully contain it. The gusty Santa Ana winds worsened matters, agitating the fire’s embers and making its unruly spread into the neighboring city of Glendora, California, a swift certainty. Nearly 2000 residents awoke in the morning darkness by orders to evacuate
  • As wildfires ravage the West Coast, tens of thousands of Californians evacuate their homes with little hope of returning to them intact. Heat waves and Santa Ana high winds exacerbate the issue, creating the impetus of extreme fire devastation; early damage estimates in the coastal city of Carlsbad alone near the $20 million mark as homes are reduced to ashes. While firefighters work to contain the flames , homeowners should learn best-protection practices against future devastation. As past
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