4 False Ideas About Attic Vents!

Not a lot of people know much about roof ventilation! Ventilation is a sub section of roofing people assume they know about but there are five ideas people have that are not the right idea. We'll discuss those ideas here.

1. I Have Roof Vents, So My Ventilation is Good

While there isn't a consensus on which ventilation system is the best, most contractors agree some roof vents don't work at all. For example, ridge vents while being the cheapest, without baffles a ridge vent might crate almost no ventilation at all. Another popular style are gable vents. These may only circulate a small percentage of the air in your attic. Static vents on your roof-line are effective for ventilation but generally have lots of issues with leaks. Soffit vents might leave air trapped at the top of your attic. The most effective designs of roof ventilation use a ridge and soffit continuous ventilation system. 

2. Roof Vents Remove Warm Air During Winter

Because heat rises, some people think ventilating an attic space during winter means you're releasing all the warm are and leaking all the free warmth you have. If this were actually happening, the problem would be with your insulation, not your vents! 

3. More Attic Ventilation is Good

In the same way you need the correct air conditioning unit for your home, you need the right sized attic ventilation too. Big roof vents can create additional places for your roof to be penetrated. Potentially more leaks! Preventing moisture damage is a much greater benefit than ventilation and in colder climates it's more likely your home will be better off with a vent. 

4. Roof Vents Are Only for Warm Climates 

Many people assume that the importance of roof ventilation is to increase efficiency during the summer. Good roof ventilation plays a part in this, but shingle color, sun exposure, and insulation can add a lot more to the whole system. 

If you need more guidance on your roof ventilation system- call 513-731-ROOF for a free no-risk consultation! 

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5 Facts About Home Windows You Should Know

We've all grown up with windows just being in our home. But how much have you thought about how windows affect your daily life? Here are ten facts about windows and how they affect your home you should know if you are a homeowner! 

  1. Most window manufacturers suggest you replace your windows every 20 years. Signs you windows need to be replaced are: drafty frames or cracking outer layers on the window. 

      2. Windows with leaks account of up to 25% of American homes energy bills. If you'd like to cut that out, its necessary to purchase insulated or double-pane windows and make sure your frames are airtight. 

      3. One great way to keep out outside noise is to buy windows with 1/4 inch to 1 inch of air between the panes. This will trap the sound and severely dampen it so only trace amounts end up in your home. 

      4. Skylights provide 30% more light than standard vertical windows the same size! Point it toward the sun and you get a whole lot more natural light. 


      5. Low-E glass has a metallic coating that reflects heat back to its source. Indoor heat stays in your home during the winter and outside heat stays out of your home in the summer. 


When you're ready to get new windows installed call 513-731-ROOF 


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5 Home Improvement Jobs to Keep You Busy This Winter

Winter temperatures are descending on the Ohio area and we all want to spend more time inside with the heat cranked and hot coco in our mugs. Just because the world outside is too cold to venture out into, doesn't mean you can't take care of some home improvement projects to get out of your cabin-fever. C.H.I. Roofing is there to take care of all the external parts of your home, roof, gutters, siding, chimney, windows; but you can do a lot to maintain the inside comfort of your home, feel accomplished, and never leave the warmth of your home! 

1) Squeaky Door!

If one of your doors is making a loud squeak whenever its opened or closed, there's a quick fix to silence it. Find the hinges on your door frame and pull them slightly up to give you access to the frame where it lives. Apply a little W-D40 to lube up this area and slide the pin back in! This will smoothen the ride for your door frame's pin and make the loud squeak disappear! 

2) Creaky Floor Boards! 

A squeaky floorboard is a sign that your floor planks aren't aligning as smoothly as they used to. You can pick up an anti-squeak repair kit which features specifically designed screws that are easy to conceal. You can also try to dust talcum powder between the boards that are creaking to buff up the squeaky sounds. 

3) Repair Crusty Paint on Shower Ceilings

The paint above you shower gets a lot of heat and moisture and it's important to repair this area before the paint gets too far gone. You're going to want to scrape away the old paint and re-caot it with a high quality, exterior grade paint. Also make sure once it's dry to use the bathroom vent when you can to ensure moisture doesn't get trapped after you leave the shower. 

4) Replace Batteries in Carbon Monoxide & Smoke Detectors

Once you setup detectors for smoke or carbon monoxide in your home, you don't really notice them. Tucked away on the ceiling, behind doorways, or plugged into outlets not usually used, we don't notice them until they've started to squawk about needing a new battery. One tip to get rid of that squeal is to change your batteries yearly. If you put in your calendar that one day a year is battery change day, you'll never have to hear that horrid crying sound from the other room again! 

5) Clean Laundry Dryer Vent

The vent that funnels exhaust out into the world needs to be maintained to ensure your home doesn't catch on fire! These tubes get a lot of lint and other debris from cleaning your clothes all year so take a moment to pull the dryer out from the wall, disconnect the vent pipe, and vacuum the debris contained inside. 

If you need any outside the home repairs done this winter, call 513-731-ROOF! C.H.I. Roofing is here to fix you siding, windows, and roofs! 

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American Windows & Glass: Double Hung or Sliding?

American Windows & Glass have a large line of different window styles you can choose from. Two of the most popular are Sliding windows and Double Hung windows. Which one is right for you? It depends on what you want out of your window and where you'll be placing your window. 


Sliding Window

Sliding (or gliding or slider) windows have sashes that slide either left or right in s single frame. A slide window can open both sides at the same time which will give your home maximum ventilation when you need it. These are best for when the width is greater than the height you have in the space. Also rooms who may need more often ventilation, like a kitchen or dining room or laundry room.  

 Double Hung Window

These windows also have two sashes in a single frame but they go up and down instead of sideways. These windows have easy-to-use tilt sashes that make cleaning very easy and accessible. These windows are perfect for when the height is a little higher than the width you have for each window. Since they are easy to clean, these are very popular in bedrooms, living rooms and dining rooms. 


Whichever combination of windows works best for your home, C.H.I. Roofing would be happy to expertly install them for you. Call 513-731-ROOF for a free no-risk estimate! 

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Anatomy of a Roof

Your roof is an intricate operation. All anyone usually sees is the outside of a roof. The shingle style and color are the bulk of what people know about any given roof when they see it. GAF has an illuminating illustration here we're going to use to show you the in's and out's of a roof!

Lifetime Shingles

These are the shingles you see. They are built to last for the lifetime of your home and C.H.I. is a certified Master Shingle Installer. 

Cobra Attic Ventilation

This series of roof ventilation apparatus help set up a steady flow of air between your attic and the outside world. This protects the efficiency of your insulation and helps to regulate temp inside your home! The Federal Housing Administration 

Roof Deck Protection

This protects your roof from wind-driven rain while also adding an extra layer of protection for anything else that may hit your roof. It also helps keep your shingles in place longer!

Starter Strip Shingles

These pre-cut strip shingles will speed up installation time while helping to keep your shingles in place! 

Leak Barrier

This will help prevent water and debris from clogging up your gutters. 

Ridge Cap Shingles

These pieces help bridge the gap between different sides of your roofing and its shingles. This is imperative to having long lasting installation on your roofing!

When you're ready for a new roof, call 513-731-ROOF for a free no risk quote! 

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Assessing the Roof of a New Home to Buy

One of the more common issues with home roofs we see is new home owners having issues with their roof, but having no idea who installed it and what the history of the roof is can leave you scrambling to figure out what kind of options you have with your new home's roof. Here are some of the things you should make sure to check out before you buy a new home, in regards to the roof! 

Try to Asses Age of Roof

If you can, ask the current homeowners or real estate agent if they know when the roof was installed. If you see any kind of bulges or curly edges, missing shingles or worn out spots. If you see any of these things that probably means the roof is quiet old. If the roof is in anyway damaged, I would use this as a bargaining chip to lower the price for the home! Also if you can find out who originally installed the roof, you can independently reach out and (hopefully the company is still in business) see when they record having installed the roof and if any of the warranties are still in play or would apply to you as a new home owner.

Check Out Ventilation

 Make sure your new home has some sort of ventilation system that can let sunshine and air come in easily. 


Make sure the downspouts, gutters and drainage pipes that lead to the ground drain into storm water wells. You'll also want to check for any obvious signs of past flooding or excessive water flowing around areas where the water drains. 

Mold on Roof

Mold is a fungus that can come in many shades-all are bad! Mold can form under roofs when liquid gets trapped. It's important that if you see any mold you get it addressed inside and out before you buy the home! 

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CHI Roofing & GAF Keep Your Home From Having a Rotten Roof

Buying a house comes with a long list of new things to worry about: Landscaping, Heating/cooling, Driveway, Insulation, honestly the list could go on forever. One thing that CHI wants you to strike from your list is your roof. In an ideal world, you wouldn't have to research online, ask your friends and family for a contractor you can trust with you home, but that isn't realistic. CHI Roofing are contractors you can TRUST will give you the best work possible. Our goal is to never have our customers call us unless they want to discuss new work or refer us to their friends. After our roofing work is done, you can relax, put your feet up and know your house will secure for the duration of your home. 

After you reach out to (531)-731-ROOF for your free, no obligation consultation, our experienced team will come to your location and give you an honest, no-nonsense quote on repairing your roof. We don't play bidding wars with our customers. We know the fair price for quality work and will deliver on our promise. 

Once you decide to go with CHI Roofing, you can have your choice of styles, materials, and manufacturers. The video below shows the process from taking out the old roof, assessing any internal or structural damage, relaying the internal pieces and laying down your preferred shingles. 


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Choosing the Colors For Your New Home or Remodel

When you're planning of getting new siding on your home, one of the more pressing issues than what kind of siding is what color of siding you'd like it to be! A new color of home siding breathes new life into a home. Before you start planning by heading to Home Depot and bringing every color wheel they have home, realize that there are thousands upon thousands of possible colors available in the world, but the company making your siding needs to stock them. 

Check Out Shingle Sites

It's best to scope out the colors shingle manufacturers go to. This way you can see what colors of shingles are available as options for you. For instance, James Hardie has a home color tool builder on their website. You can use this to try and get an idea for what would specifically fit your home. 

Make sure to Pick Options

You want too have a few colors in mind when you meet with a contractor to install the siding on your home. You never know what options the manufacturer will have in stock. 

Look For Reviews

Check out how your roofing contractor and their preferred shingle manufacturer are viewed by past customers! 

If you're ready to get to updating the siding on your home call 513-731-ROOF 


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Damaged Roofing Can Give Squirrels Access to Your Home

As the tree leaves turn from green to yellow and brown, we see more and more squirrels scurrying around the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area. In an effort to stockpile supplies for winter, these cute but scrappy critters are on the hunt for nourishment. What any homeowner will tell you is while squirrels may be a nice signal of fall, squirrels making a nest in your attic is a royal pain. Squirrels are constantly chewing to maintain their sharp teeth, and if their home is under your roof they will find any number of things to chew on. The cute critters are very comfortable around people and have been scanning the neighborhoods, roof by roof, looking for a place to make their winter hiding. Don't let your house be their next hotel! 

 There are a number of ways critters like squirrels (and also birds) can get into your home:  

  • Gaps Between Gutters and Roofs

The Red Squirrel looking for gaps between your roof and gutter!


The edge of your roof where it connects to the gutter is a prime location for rain, leaves, and general outdoor substances to erode at your houses foundation. Even the smallest spaces between roof and gutter can be made big enough to give squirrels access to your attic. Frequent professional gutter cleanings paired with a trusted roofer like CHI can ensure your home doesn't become homes for uninvited wildlife. 


  • Holes in Roof Ventilation 

A Fox Squirrel scoping out your roof vents and chimney for a warm place to crash. 


Most likely there are necessary ventilation pieces on the top of your home. After time weather can erode these pieces and leave light for squirrels to slide into. Proper maintenance and frequent visual checks of your roof's ventilation can ensure you have an air-tight defense against cute critters like the fox squirrel. 


  • Uncapped chimneys

The Eastern Grey Squirrel cataloguing all the uncapped chimneys in your neighborhood. 

If there is any space between your brick chimney outlet and your roof, squirrels will find a way in. Wear and tear is sometimes hard to keep track of as getting the ladder out and climbing up to your roof can be a tiresome chore. It's however necessary to keep track of your chimney's status. 


Don't let your home house critters in the winter! They won't pay for the heating or construction bills after they leave! 

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How to Find A Chimney Leak

One of the true joys of the winter is getting to settle down in front of a fresh, roaring fire. If you are a home owner lucky enough to have a chimney and fireplace in your home. One of the toughest parts of a chimney is finding out where a leak is to cover it up! Here is what you should do to cover up a leak in your chimney!


Leaks around fireplace chimneys are common and can be hard to identify the source. Chimney roof leaks are usually caused by gaps or cracks between the metal flashing used to join the chimney to the roof and the chimney. 

First you need to inspect the flashing for gaps and cracks. 

Then you need to apply roof cement to the gaps or cracks. 

Finally, attach any loose flashing securely to the chimney with nails! 

If you're finding any issue that you don't feel like you can handle, call 513-731-ROOF

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How to Hang Christmas Lights on Your Roof

The first thing you start to see around the neighborhood once Thanksgiving is finished are Christmas Lights. This is a great time to do so as it's usually not super cold and you won't have as tough of a time getting up on a ladder. Also you can reward yourself with some leftovers after your done! Here's some tips for hanging your lights outside! 

1- Find Your Power Source: You're going to be using heavy-duty extension cords and you're going to need a 120-volt outlet. 

2- Measure the LengthsUsing a tape measure, you should measure the length of your house along the ground. You can also measure the height to the gutters and the height of any trees or bushes

3- Test the Lights: You can find a bulb meter at any local hardware store to see if all of the lights are still working. 

4-Setup Your Ladder: You're going to want to use an extension ladder to get you up to the height of your roof.  

5- Hang your Lights Along the Eaves: You're going to want to use plastic clips on your eaves to hold the lights up correctly. 

If while you're up there you see any issues with your gutter or roof, cal C.H.I. Roofing at 513-731-ROOF! 

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How to Keep Your Vinyl Siding Looking New

After you spend the money to properly install your brand new roofing, you want your home to look just as good years later. With a small amount of upkeep you can make sure the siding on your home stays the bright beautiful color you originally chose! 


Our partners at James Hardie Siding produce an exceptional product with the Home & Garden Lifetime Warranty. They've provided the following suggestions for maintaining a clean siding on your home year round:


Yearly Cleanings

Every 6 to 12 months (depending on how much dirt and debris your home comes in contact with) it's suggested that you spray down your siding with a garden hose or low pressure water sprayer. You don't want to use a high power pressure sprayer for the water, as that can be too strong for what you need. You end up damaging the siding more than you need to. Most stains should come off with the water but tougher stains should go away with a mild detergent and a soft brush. 

Gutters Matter

It's also important to make sure your gutters and drains aren't clogged or blocking the flow of water and debris from off of your roof and back into nature. The more clogs you have in your gutters the less places the water and debris that can damage your roof and siding have to go! 

Caulking Re-Application

Simple re-caulks in places that joint pieces of your siding is an easy way to keep moisture from getting into the backside of your siding. On first sight of a crack or slip in your caulking, reapply a "permanently flexible" caulk to your siding and you'll have no issues. 

Trim the Bushes

It's also important to make sure you keep any vegetation or trees away from your siding. Wind can blow brush, leaves, mud, dirt and any number of other debris onto your siding and make it very dirty. Keeping a distance from nature and your siding can mean you're siding will stay brighter longer. 

If you're ready to get the kind of siding that will last the lifetime call 513-731 ROOF to get a no risk free consultation! 

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Increasing the Value of Your Home

The curb appeal of your home is greatly increased with a new roof. Cincinnati area numbers show a new roof can increase the value of your home on average by $14,000. 

According to this study from Remodeling Magazine installing a brand new roof can increase the value of your home by $14,214. Depending on the price of your roofing job, you can recoup the costs of your roof by up to 70%! By investing into a new roof you can ensure at the very least your resale value will go up on your home. 

Utility Costs

Then there is also the money you will save on heating and cooling. Installing a new roof will keep the heat inside when its cold outside and keep the cool inside when it's hot outside. The money you'll save on your utilities will be more than worth the amount of money you paid up front for your new roof. 


Lifetime Warranty

Many roofs installed over the last 30 years only came with a 5-15 year warranty. Current roofing materials espescially the ones that C.H.I Roofing uses come with lifetime warranties that will last the lifetime of your house. 


A new shade of roofing and shingles can greatly improve the color palette and look of your home. Make the view from the street POP when you have that brand new roofing. 


When you're ready to improve the value of your home call 513-731-ROOF to get in touch with C.H.I. Roofing. 



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Planning Your Home's Remodel

If you're in the market to make your home look as good as it can, you want to make plans for the entire home. Just redoing your roof or siding or windows or back yard by itself can slowly over time become the only home improvement task you got around to. Plan for everything you'd like to do, make a rough budget and then start to make plans! Bundling tasks together like roof, windows and siding all with C.H.I. Roofing. 

Big Picture

So what is the plan? It helps to have an idea of the scope of everything you'd like to do. Then you can figure out how much money you are budgeting to do these things with. Will paying more for your roofing cut into your budget for landscaping? What are the MUST DO elements of your home remodel? Take in all the pieces and put a plan down on paper. 


Landscaping does a lot of great work to frame your home in a good light. Good or bad landscaping will skew your home whatever way it looks. Great landscaping will make a decent home look way better and no matter how great your home looks, if it's surrounded by tall grass and weeds and untouched trees, it will look like its worth much less than it actually is. 


                                                      Rough Yard

                                                         Great Yard


The next biggest piece to your home is its outside covering-the siding takes up the bulk of your home's look and it's always important to address. If there's dirt or a few cracks, those are usually easy to clean up or fix quickly on your own. If there are bigger changes that need to be done, call 513-731-ROOF for a free consultation for how much the project could cost!


Windows give not only a place to see the outside world, but for the outside world to see what you'd like to see inside your home. Shutters, new frames, and clean glass all give off a beautiful look when installed professionally and up kept. C.H.I. Roofing uses American Window & Glass and installs them to ensure they last as long as can be. 


The roof of your home should be smooth, clean, and a beautiful accessory to the rest of your home. If you don't look at your home and think "that roof is perfect" then C.H.I. Roofing can help! We use GAF shingles and can get any number of their roofings series in many colors and styles. We can help turn your home from "meh" to "magnificent" in a matter of 

Let CHI Roofing take care of all your home improvement needs! 

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Proud Past Project: Another Roof on Brownsboro Pl, Cincinnati

This is one of many homes on Brownsboro Place in the east side of Cincinnati. Even years after it's been kept up incredibly well and looks incredible. 

These GAF Shingles are designed to last for the lifetime of your home. C.H.I. Roofing took great care with the installation and it shows! 


Get a roof your neighbors will be jealous of! 

When you're ready to get a new gorgeous home roof, siding , or windows call 513-731-ROOF

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Save on Heating & Cooling Costs on Your Home with American Windows

The best way to keep your heating and cooling costs isn't hovering over the thermostat to ensure you're keeping your system on the perfect setting-it's making sure your windows are properly installed and manufactured to keep the outside out and the inside in. This is why CHI takes such pride in using American Window manufactured vinyl windows for your home. The Evansville, IN company has doubled in size since its inception all thanks to innovation and impeccable attention to detail. 

American Window uses scientific data to optimize their Warm Edge technology to reduce heat loss and keep any condensation from building up around your window. Their Low-E Insulated Glass Coatings block 71% of the heat that usually leaves your house when it's cold outside and during the summer block 61% of the heat that the sun would otherwise get into your house. This reduces the sun damage on your furniture and floors and keeps it cooler longer. 

American Windows come with The Goodhouse Keeping Limited Warranty and with the pros at CHI Roofing handling installation you won't need to call anyone back to touch up the installation.  CALL 731-ROOF today for your free, no-risk consultation! 



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Shingle Styles for Your Home by GAF

C.H.I. Roofing exclusively works with GAF the top manufacturers or roofing in the world. They have a wide range of styles and colors that can increase the curb appeal of your home. Let's take a look at some options!

Timberline Lifetime Roofing Shingles

These are a part of GAF's Lifetime Warranty Line and have the good housekeeping seal of approval! They come in a wide range of colors!!

Any of these can be installed by C.H.I. Roofing to ensure a lifetime's worth of a safe roof!

Designer Lifetime Roofing and Shingles

These beautiful, stylish, and out of the ordinary shingle styles will have people talking!

The Camelot style give you a interesting and engaging look for your home. Any of these stylish colors can add a ton of curb appeal to your home!

The Grand Canyon style gives you a relaxed, rustic look reminiscent of a cabin or home in the woods. The rusty color options retain that outdoorsy feel! 

The Glenwood Shingles are the most authentic wood-shake looking shingle GAf offers. The range of colors give you many options for pairing with your siding and window scheme

With all these options there's no reason not to go with GAF Roofing shingles installed by C.H.I. Roofing. Call 513-731ROOF to get a no risk estimate! 

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The Pros of Leaving Your Roofing to the Pros

While you can try and DIY your roof's repairs with a little gumption and some youtube DIY videos, there's more than a few reasons to leave your roof in the hands of experts like C.H.I. Roofing. 


We all have those home repair tasks we're pretty sure we can handle ourselves. We've seen enough HGTV to know sort of what we are supposed to be doing when it comes to installing a new fixture or cosmetic piece in any of our home's rooms. When it comes to your roof, however, there's many reasons to cut to the chase and call a proffesional like C. H.I.



Falling from a roof is no joke. If you're at all hesitant to pull out your ladder and climb up however many stories your home is, we understand. Its very dangerous! That's why hiring someone like C.H.I to take care of your roof will elevate any concerns for your own personal safety. It's all fun and games till someone slips on a shingle! Leave it to the pros. 


C.H.I. Roofing is certified by their manufacturers to ensure the best possible application of your shingles, siding, ventilation, and windows are installed to last a lifetime. Don't make the mistake of doing it yourself, only to have to do it 2 or 3 more times!


Instead of taking the time to have to learn the proper and best way to fix your roof, wouldn't you rather pay an expert to handle it in the right timeframe? C.H.I. Roofing will handle the job so you can handle the rest of your household!. 


If you're ready to let the pros take over, call 513-731-ROOF



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Tips to Winterize Your Home

The snow is just around the corner in southern Ohio. As we get closer to December we will have snowfall shortly. Here are some tips for making sure your home is ready for the winter months! C.H.I. Roofing can handle most of your big home repairs, but these are easy tricks to make sure you keep your home in good standing. 

Caulk It Up!

If you see any gaps in siding or windows, apply some caulk form the hardware store. You can do this inside too. Buying a caulk gun for home use is a great tool to have year round. 

Keep Your Thermostat Low!

You can save as much as 1% on your energy bill for every degree you lower your thermostat during the winter. If you can, program the thermostat to be very low or off when no one is home and keep it lower than last year's usual temp!

Weatherstrip Tape

Drafts and air leaks increase your heating costs so it's important to inspect your windows and doorways to ensure there aren't any open spaces. Weatherstripping tape is cheap and easy to apply. 


Draft Guards

Draft guards are also for keeping the bottom of your doors from letting air in. They're very cheap and easy to install.

Replace Filters

One thing that always gets forgotten about is replacing the filters in your HVAC system. 

While handling these winter precautions if you notice any bigger issues with your home call 513-731-ROOF and C.H.I. Roofing can help you 

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What to Look for When Hiring A Home Improvement Contractor

Like many things your average household isn't an expert at: auto repair, medical services, or investments; getting a contractor you can trust to fix your home can be intimidating at first. Industry jargon and aggressive sales people can try to leverage the knowledge gap between contractor and consumer as an excuse to gouge prices or brush off any concerns you may have with a pending repair. CHI prides itself on respecting its customers and giving a fair, honest price for the work. Here's a few things to keep in mind when finding a home improvement contractor. 


  1. Don't Play Price Games

Some contractors like to start with an over the top bid and whittle it down from there, hoping you'll take the bait at a cost way higher than you should have to pay. If your contractor isn't able to give you a quote on paper after the first look at your place, start to think about reaching out to another business. CHI Roofing gives you the estimated cost upfront. Our collective decades of experience in the industry gives us an expert's idea of what the job should cost and what the timeframe should be. Unexpected things can arise once the job starts, sometimes you find much bigger issues once you peel a roof off a building, but trust that CHI will be honest and upfront about those costs and the effect on your home. 

      2. Check the Certifications

If your contractor suggests a certain manufacturer of roofing, siding, windows, or anything else, make sure they are certified to install that material to the manufacturer's specifications. For example, CHI Roofing frequently uses GAF Roofing materials. CHI is GAF Master Certified. Our employees know the optimum way to install your roof with the skills to ensure it lasts the lifetime of your home. 

     3. Be Mindful of Online Reviews

One of the better means to get insight on a potential contractor is websites like Better Business Bureau, Angie's List, Yelp, & Home Advisor. CHI Roofing has been certified with the BBB 5 years running and our reviews on the other sites are overwhelmingly positive. 


After you've checked out what you need with a contractor, we know you'll find CHI Roofing fits exactly what you need. Call 513-731-ROOF for a free no risk consultation today!






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