05 Oct 2017
Workers installing dark gray vinyl siding on a house

What does it take to do a siding project well? A problem-solving mindset and attention to detail. That’s what it took to bring this centennial farm home in Dexter, Michigan, back to its former glory. A fire that burned the detached garage to the ground also melted the foam-filled siding on the back half of…

27 Sep 2017
woman and contractor looking up at water damage on a ceiling

A leaky roof and water damage If you saw a house with gutters sagging, water running down the siding outside, and stains on the ceilings inside, you’d know there was trouble under that roof. But what if you’re already living in the house, and you don’t keep your eyes open for the signs of a…

10 Jul 2017
contractor on the roof holding a nail gun and securing black shingles

Installing a new roof is not as hard as you might think. Here’s GoTo Roofing’s step-by-step process: Call GoTo Roofing for a free roof replacement estimate. Scott or Mario will schedule an appointment to meet you at your home. First Meeting. Scott or Mario assesses your needs and offers options based on your answers to…

05 Jul 2017
before and after picture of home

From Student Housing to Hospital to Apartment House The GoTo Roofing team recently replaced 100 years of roofing on this Ann Arbor historic home. Built in 1901, the house at 419 N. State Street was originally one of seven student boarding houses owned and operated by local businesswoman Ellen Morse. In 1911, Miss Morse donated…

19 May 2017
close-up of damaged roof shingles lifting up from the roof

Spring weather has finally arrived in Southeast Michigan! It’s time to check your home for the warning signs of roof damage that may have begun over the winter. What should you look for? GoTo Roofing’s Scott Guthre says, “Lifted shingles, lots of granules, and soft areas are your roof’s way of saying, ‘Get some repair!’”…

18 May 2017
close-up of the valley of a roof where a pile of brown leaves and branches have collected

Preventative maintenance for residential roofs is cheaper than repairing or replacing, right? It sure is! Here are a few basic but important things you can do to prevent damage to your roof, saving you money in both the short and long term. Trim your trees. We’re not talking about decorating for the holidays, of course.…