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Does Roof Raking Damage My Roof?

Posted on March 22, 2019 · Posted in Roof Maintenance

In Maine, the snow can pile up quickly on surfaces. When it begins to accumulate on the roof of your home, you may recognize it’s time to take action. Snow.. read more

Does My Attic Need Better Ventilation?

Posted on March 13, 2019 · Posted in Roofing Education

Roof ventilation is something you may not think much about. However, it can be an important part of keeping your home moisture-free and your roof protected. It also helps to.. read more

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Does the Color of My Roof Impact Performance?

Posted on February 21, 2019 · Posted in Roofing Education

The color of your roof can be a key factor to consider when installing a new one. While aesthetics are important, color also can define just how energy-efficient your home.. read more

Horch Roofing offers trades scholarship, two $1,000 awards in 2019

Posted on February 19, 2019 · Posted in Supporting Our Community

Horch Roofing is pleased to announce that we have extended our trades school scholarship to two $1,000 awards in 2019. The scholarship program was launched in 2018 to support Maine.. read more

How Does Heat Tape Work?

Posted on February 7, 2019 · Posted in Roofing Education

Ice dams are a high-risk situation for rooftops. When water gets into cracks and crevices in the roof or in gutters, and then freezes, it can cause ice to form.. read more

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Horch Roofing Values: Organization and Availability

Posted on January 23, 2019 · Posted in Why Horch Roofing?

This blog is part of a three-part series about our company’s values and mission statement. Read part one, “Respect and Safety” and part two, “Quality and Communication.” Organization and availability.. read more

How Much Snow Can My Roof Hold?

How Much Snow Can My Roof Hold?

Posted on January 9, 2019 · Posted in Roof Maintenance, Roofing Education, Roofing Safety

Snow in Maine is pretty much an inevitable fact over the winter months. Protecting your home investment is crucial, particularly when the snow on your roof begins to pile up… read more

Roofs: Built to Withstand Maine’s High Winds

Roofs: Built to Withstand Maine’s High Winds

Posted on December 19, 2018 · Posted in Metal Roofing

Strong winds and a beautifully rugged coast have earned Maine the reputation for having some of the best sailing conditions in the world. But these same winds can wreak havoc.. read more

Horch Roofing Values: Quality and Communication

Horch Roofing Values: Quality and Communication

Posted on December 5, 2018 · Posted in Supporting Our Customers, Why Horch Roofing?

This blog is part of a three-part series about our company’s values and mission statement. Read part one, “Respect and Safety.” Fifteen years ago, our founder and owner Peter Horch.. read more

DIY Gutter Repair: Not a Good Idea

DIY Gutter Repair: Not a Good Idea

Posted on November 20, 2018 · Posted in Gutters

For people who are skilled and experienced at home maintenance, there are a number of home improvement and repair projects that can be safely and efficiently handled by homeowners, but.. read more