Shield Roofing & Construction LLC. has been successfully serving the Tri-State area since 2012. Our staff works around the clock to provide the best services to our customers. Our 24 hour Emergency Response Team will be there to assist you anytime day or night. Shield Roofing & Construction LLC. Has a reputation for outstanding workmanship and quality products.

South Point Address:

206 4th Street East, South Point, Ohio 45680

Email: shield.roofing.construction@gmail.com

24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE:

740-861-0286

Call us:

1-877-298-9192

Charleston WV Address:

19 Wolverine Dr., Charleston, WV 25311

Email: shield.roofing.construction@gmail.com

24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE:

740-861-0286

Call us:

1-304-344-7663

01 Feb
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7 Ingenious Uses for Leftover Roofing Shingles

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Here's a little insider knowledge, courtesy of Shield Roofing: Roof materials are measured by the "square," with one square equal to 100 square feet. Roofing squares are further broken down into 3 bundles each. When you order a new roof, your contractor will estimate how many squares are needed, allowing 10 to 15 percent extra to account for waste, cutting to fit your roof's individual quirks, like hips and valleys, chimneys, and other features. Often there will be shingles left over. Depending on your agreement with the contractor, you may end up with a spare bundle or two on your hands. What to do with them? Here's help.

25 Jan
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How to Inspect Your Deck to See If It Needs Repair

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Few things around your house take more abuse than your deck. Exposed to the harshest sun, driving rains, ice, and snow, a deck can only take so much before it needs some repair. According to the North American Deck & Railing Association, there are more than 40 million decks in the United States that are at least 20 years old, and hundreds of reported deck accidents occur annually.

To avoid becoming a statistic, give your deck an annual inspection and make repairs so small problems don’t become expensive — or even dangerous — big problems.

18 Jan
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Should I Repair or Replace My Wood Fence?

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Wood fences make a great addition to any home. They can create privacy, security, add value to your property; and most of all, their rustic look makes any yard look more appealing. However, wood doesn’t last forever, and a wooden fence requires routine maintenance and care to keep it looking its best and functioning properly. If your fence is rotting, warping or falling down, it should be repaired and may need replacement.

11 Jan
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6 Amazing Benefits of Adding a Deck to Your Home

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For those looking to upgrade their home, there are a number of ways to make it more functional year-round. Adding a beautiful outdoor deck is one of the most popular additions, working to provide a great place for hosting events with friends and spending family time outside. There are a number of great benefits associated with adding a new deck.

04 Jan
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Everything You Need to Know About Generators

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When you hear the word generator, what is the first thing that comes to mind? It’s likely you would think of the small appliance that you turn to whenever there is a power outage. But did you know that generators do more than that? They can provide a secondary source of electricity to homes, businesses, hospitals, restaurants and similar establishments. Home backup generators  can also provide power in remote areas.

21 Dec
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5 Ways to Insulate Your Windows for Winter

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While looking into the best way to insulate our drafty windows this winter (apart from replacing them), I put together this mini-guide of solutions we found so far, including the pros and cons of everything from layered curtains to shrink-wrap film.

21 Dec
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Window Maintenance 101

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Maintaining your windows is crucial to their durability as well as functionality. In addition, since they represent an important and sizable investment in your home, well-maintained windows help to hold your property’s value. This post will cover the basic steps of window maintenance. It will also address the importance of maintaining and protecting your window frames as they are a crucial part of your window’s lifespan.

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14 Dec
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Protection from the Top: The Importance of Commercial Roof Cover Maintenance

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The roof is a commercial building’s first line of defense from natural hazards such as wind, rain, fire, hail, ice, snow, and extreme heat. It is also the most vulnerable part of your building. Every day, your roof is exposed to weather and other elements that may contribute to decay and deterioration, increasing the risk of damage to the roof itself and the contents below it. 

The International Building Code (IBC), which sets safety standards for commercial building, requires that roofs “serve to protect the building.” Having a roof that “protects the building” starts with design, materials selection, and installation at the time a facility is built or remodeled—events that occur infrequently and may be outside the scope of most businesses’ ongoing activity. But it also includes a regular program of inspection, maintenance, and repair—activities that should be part of your operational planning in order to prolong the useful life of your roof and make sure it does its job in protecting your business from weather damage. 

This article focuses on how to identify and address common trouble spots in order to stop problems before they start and fix them before it’s too late.

We do everything from a new roof installation, restoration and maintenance to re-roofs and repairs. Quality craftsmanship and design are very important to us. Licensed in Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia - WV051118

 

Give Us A Call Today!

Toll Free
1-877-298-9192

South Point, OH Location
1-740-861-0286

Charleston, WV Location
1-304-344-7663

Morgantown, WV Location
1-304-344-7663