Damage to Look for After a Storm

Damage to Look for After a Storm

After a storm, it’s always a good idea to check your home for damage. Some destruction will be obvious, like broken tree branches on your roof or smashed skylights. But when it’s not so plain, how can you tell if you’re looking at the aftermath of a storm or ordinary wear and tear? Here’s a quick guide on inspecting your home after a storm. Continue reading

Water Proofing the Building Envelope: Roofs, Gutters and Siding

Water Proofing the Building Envelope: Roofs, Gutters and Siding

Living comfortably in a rigid building comes with some serious cost. However, houses avert the forces of nature and prevent wind, water and pests from sharing your living space, which is well worth the expense. Failure to adequately waterproof the building envelope, however, renders your home (or business) little more than a large, pricey tent. Waterproofing encompasses three main components: roof, gutters and siding. Continue reading

What Are Roof Stains and Should I Worry About Them?

What Are Roof Stains and Should I Worry About Them?

For many homeowners in the South, black streaking on the surface of their home’s roof is a common problem. Many people are unaware of the cause of those unsightly streaks, and some will either fail to take the proper steps to address the problem or cause damage to the surface of their roof by trying a DIY approach. The following information is provided by the team at Rosie’s Roofing and Restoration to help homeowners know what to do if they notice black streaks or staining on the surface of their home’s roof.  Continue reading

Why are Solar Shingles the Future of Roofing?

Why are Solar Shingles the Future of Roofing

Have you been holding back on installing solar panels for your home because of how they look or the need for structural upgrades to support the additional weight? With the latest advances in solar roofing from a joint project between Tesla Solar and SolarCity, you may not have to deal with either of those issues in the near future. The upcoming solar shingles currently in development provides a streamlined, attractive way to generate your own power. Continue reading

How to Keep Squirrels Away From Your Roof and Attic

How to Keep Squirrels Away From Your Gutter

Where do you stand on the topic of squirrels? Here in Atlanta, these furry friends have captured the imagination of many residents. In fact, the city is even home to the annual Inman Park Squirrel Census, a scientific and cultural event that involves tallying the number of Eastern gray squirrels and recording their behaviors. Even if you think they’re cute and harmless, squirrels are known for doing quite some damage to homes and businesses. Find out why squirrels don’t make good house guests and how to keep them away from your roof and attic. Continue reading

Which Siding is Right for Your Home?

Which Siding is Right for Your Home?

As spring draws near, so does the ideal season for both installing new siding on your house and putting it up on the market. Even if you’re planning to stay for years, new siding increases your home’s value and protects it from the elements. Consider your options based on price, durability and attractiveness to settle on the right choice. Continue reading

Bullets Aren’t the Only Thing That Causes Roof Leaks

Bullets Aren't the Only Thing That Causes Roof Leaks

In a big city like Atlanta, it’s not that surprising to find out that a customer’s leaky roof is due to some stray bullets falling at high speed and penetrating through the shingles. However, bullets are far from the only threat to your roof. In fact, these four common causes of roof leaks are far more likely to be the culprit behind that unattractive brown spot forming on your ceiling. Learn how to avoid these roof leak culprits to keep your home in tip-top condition. Continue reading

Past News and Events

January 30, 2014 – Rosie’s Restoration accepts its membership invitation to the United Association of Storm Restoration Contractors (UASRC), becoming the youngest member company in UASRC history by meeting strict operational and financial guidelines.

Summer 2013 – Rosie’s stays home! A large hail storm in Metro Atlanta means much of Rosie’s resources are utilized in its home market.

March 11, 2013 – Rosie’s Restoration begins a training class for 10 motivated, hopeful restoration professionals.

January 6, 2013 – Rosie’s celebrates its second birthday!

December 3, 2012 – Rosie’s continues its outreach in replacing the roof of More Than Conquerors Church, Louisville, KY.

October 19, 2012 – Rosie’s participates in community outreach by replacing the roof of St. John’s Baptist Church in Knoxville, TN.

May 8, 2012 – Responding to needs from from homeowners and insurance companies, Rosie’s expands its Lexington office to Louisville, now serving Kentuckiana.

April 30, 2012 – On May 8, 1541, Spanish explorer Hernando de Soto became the first recorded European to reach the Mississippi River. One week short of 471 years later, Rosie’s reaches the Mississippi, opening an Illinois office to serve the St. Louis market.

April 11, 2012 – Rosie’s receives recognition for community outreach project.

March 12, 2012 – Responding to demand both from homeowners and insurance carriers, Rosie’s expands operations into Nashville, TN, opening a third Tennesee office.

January 22, 2012 – Rosie’s cements its position as the restoration industry’s most trusted slate and tile roof expert.

October, 2011 – Rosie’s entire management team secures Haag Engineering Certification to continue leading the industry in damage assessment to building materials.

July 1, 2011 – In response to significant market demand, Rosie’s opens a second Tennessee location, now serving both Chattanooga and Knoxville.

June 10, 2011 – After restoring dozens of homes in the small community of London, Kentucky, Rosie’s secures the status of most trusted and recommended restoration contractor in Laurel County, KY.

April 15, 2011 – Rosie’s opens office in Tennessee.

March 29, 2011 – Rosie’s opens office in North Carolina.

March 24, 2011 – Rosie’s opens office in South Carolina.

March 21, 2011 – Rosie’s Restoration opens new locations in Kentucky, Ohio.

February 16, 2011 – Rosie’s Restoration Restoration secures new licenses in Florida, expands services.

January 18, 2011 – Rosie’s Restoration opens new Alabama location.

January 11, 2011 – Rosie’s Restoration announces new partnerships with national suppliers.

January 6, 2011 – Rosie’s Restoration creates new storm division to better service homeowners across the Southeast and Midwest.