Save on Summer Cooling Costs With Energy Star Solutions

Staying comfortable inside your Dayton, Ohio, home or workplace makes up a huge chunk of your energy costs. If you want to lower your air conditioning costs, a good place to start is the roof over your head. When your roofing material traps the sun’s rays, the whole home or building heats up and it […]

Shingle Recycling – How We’re Stepping Up

Go  Green when you Go Home! Shingle Recycling: The Movement In the past few years, the home construction industry has made a concerted effort to thoroughly scrutinize its processes and practices that cause pollution. The push many companies are making is toward eco-friendly standards in the production and recycling of materials such as asphalt shingles. This type of roofing material is at the […]

What to Check When Looking for Dayton Ohio Roofing Companies

If you do not know what you are looking for, finding a quality roofing contractor might be a chore. Sure, you may need a roof repair or replacement and that seems simple enough, but it can be far more than that. Searching for reliable Dayton Ohio roofing companies should begin with examining reputation, reliability, and […]

Siding Series 5: Choosing the Right Siding

We have covered how to tell if you need new siding and why siding is such a fundamental part of your house. We have also covered various options for your home in the last two articles of the series. Even though you’re likely accustomed to seeing vinyl adorn the homes in most neighborhoods, it turns […]

Siding Series 4: Stone, Brick, Stucco, Metal

In our last article in the series, we took a glance at common siding types such as Fiber Cement, Vinyl, and various Wood siding. Here, we’ll cover less common but still very popular options for your home.   Brick Siding A staple among residential communities, brick is a popular choice among many homeowners. Brick is […]

Community Support for the No Roof Left Behind in Dayton

Every small business depends on its neighbors – both private and commercial – in the community for its continued success. For this simple reason, Van Martin Roofing is proud to support the No Roof Left Behind (NRLB) program here in Dayton, Ohio. The program is designed to help those people who have been struck by […]

Siding Series 3: Fiber Cement, Vinyl, and Wood

Siding comes in many forms. While we would like to share an overview of the many types of siding on the market, we will only go into detail on a few of the options because only a few options meet our strict criteria as being Water Resistant, Energy Efficient, Aesthetically Pleasing, Versatile, and Durable. Fiber […]

5 Warning Signs You May Need an Emergency Roof Repair

Any homeowner who lives in Dayton or the surrounding Montgomery County area is intimately familiar with how harsh the local spring rain storms can be. In addition to the high winds, they bring an inordinate amount of water in a short period of time and also move a massive amount of leaves and other debris […]

Siding Series 2: Why Get New Siding?

The “Wow” Factor Some new siding on your home is a uniquely visible way to spruce up your home and make it much simpler to sell down the road. Siding is not merely decorative; however, people looking to sell their homes often overlook this aspect of their house’s value. Cracked or loose shingles or panels […]

The Benefits of Choosing a Residential Metal Roof for Your Mason Home

The roof you choose for your Mason home is an important factor when it comes to protecting your home from factors such as inclement weather. Because of this, it’s important to carefully consider the various residential metal roof options available. The Advantages Of Metal Roofing When choosing the right residential roofing for your Mason home, there […]

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