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This weekend is packed with great events in the city! This is what we love so much about Chicago: You can find something to do for everyone in the family.

Here are some events you might catch a few Chicago roofers attending. We hope to see you out there!

http://chicagoist.com/2017/05/05/our_favorite_events_in_chicago_this_136.php11 Of Our Favorite Events In Chicago This Weekend: Chicagoist The first weekend in May is jam-packed with fun stuff to do around town.

SATURDAY MAY 6

KIDS + KITES FESTIVAL: The 19th annual Kids and Kites Festival gets at Montrose Harbor gets us outside for a classic springtime activity. The family friendly event will feature the Windjammers Kite Team this year with their synchronized kite flying maneuvers, and the city will provide kite kits to the kids to fly their own. You’ll surely want to stick around for the Big Kite Candy Drop and other activities like face painting, balloon animals and crafts. Free.

CHICAGO BEER CLASSIC: With all the festivals at Soldier Field, drinking on the turf seems like it’s becoming an old pastime. Continue the tradition this weekend with the 5th annual Chicago Beer Classic. There are more than just tastings (from 30+ Chicago breweries) on tap at the beer event. There will be “Beer Education,” games, activities and more, plus extra perks like a stadium tour and premium seating if you splurge for VIP. Two sessions to choose from: 11:30 a.m. or 4:30 p.m. Tickets are $65 ($95 for VIP).

SUNDAY MAY 7

CINCO DE MAYO PARADE: Head to Little Village for the real deal. The Cinco De Mayo Parade is held to remember the victory the Mexican forces had over the invading French army in the Battle of Puebla on 5 May, 1862. Parade steps off at noon. Free.

PIG ROAST: Saint Lou’s Assembly is turning one, and they’re throwing a pig roast for you to celebrate. From 4 to 6 p.m. Chef Carlos Cruz will roast up a whole pig on the patio, and it’s only going to be six dollars for meat, three sides and a draft beer. They’ll have bocce ball set up and libations from Goose Island and Hopewell Brewing Co. Suggested donations at the door will benefit The Cara Program, a local non-profit whose efforts aim toward breaking the cycle of homelessness and poverty in the community.

Read more at chicagoist.com

There are few things more misunderstood than attic ventilation. Fortunately, as professional Chicago roofing contractors, we are more than prepared to help you find that perfect balance of airflow.

When you don’t have the right amount of ventilation, you can experience some serious problems, which is why this article about the myths associated with attic ventilation is so important. You NEED a professional to tackle this aspect of your roof, so call us today!

http://www.homeadvisor.com/r/5-myths-about-attic-ventilation/#.WQtKbVPyu9Y5 Myths about Attic Ventilation Few things are more misunderstood about the home than attic ventilation. In essence, all ventilation is about circulating air to keep it fresh and to reduce moisture levels. About 90 percent of homes in the US have unreasonably high levels of moisture. Understanding whether your home could benefit from some form of attic ventilation might just be, if not a life-saver, a roof-saver. Here are some of the myths and the facts you need to know about attic ventilation.

In some ways, roof ventilation is as much as an art as it is a science, and installing your own roof vents based on something you read online is like trying to diagnose a skin rash using WebMD. Finding a trusted and experienced roofer who has worked in your region for his or her entire career is a better for your particular roof than any research study or online “expert.” Read more at homeadvisor.com

 

Our city has some exciting events this weekend! Get out and enjoy Chicago if you can! Stay dry and make sure your home stays dry as well. If you need any roof repair after all of this Chicago weather, we’re ready to help.

http://chicagoist.com/2017/04/28/our_favorite_events_in_chicago_this_134.php14 Of Our Favorite Events In Chicago This Weekend: Chicagoist Weekends are for fun. We’ve got it right here.

FRIDAY APRIL 28
THE ONE OF A KIND SPRING SHOW: The One Of a Kind shopping experience is back, this time for it’s annual spring show and sale all weekend at the Merchandise Mart. The showcase and shopping event features hands-on crafts and cooking demonstrations as well as accessories, home goods, paintings and much more for sale. Be sure to check out the Emerging Market, which highlights more than 30 first-time exhibitors and artists. Tickets are $10.

SATURDAY APRIL 29
ZOMBIE CRAWL: The Chicago Zombie Pub Crawl has reached a milestone: ten years in Andersonville. Celebrate the anniversary by dressing up like you’re almost dead and on the hunt for brains (and beer). There will be two hordes meeting at The pH Comedy Theater and then crawling to bars like The Sofo Tap, Simon’s Tavern, Farragut’s and more at 2 p.m. Registration is $20 and includes a commemorative t-shirt, a souvenir cup, and access to drink specials and costume contest prizes. There’s also a Kids Zombie Adventure for your little undead from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

SUNDAY APRIL 30
GREEK INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE: Celebrate the 197th Anniversary of the Greek Declaration of Independence with the Hellenic Heritage Parade. Stepping off at stepping off at 2:30 p.m., the parade runs from Halsted and Randolph to Van Buren streets.

ADOPT A SHELTER PET DAY: Find your new best friend at one of two Chicago-area rescues waiving adoption fees for Adopt a Shelter Pet Day. Chicago Canine Rescue and One Tail at a Time are both offering fee-free adoptions for eligible dogs for one day only with the help of Barkworthies. For more woof-derful info, check out our post on the special day.

Read more at chicagoist.com

It’s so important to take a minute to recognize and honor our fallen comrades. We all take every precaution to make sure that everyone on the job site is working safely, but accidents do happen.

At Neighborhood Restoration Company, we are fully committed to being OSHA compliant, keeping your Chicago roofers safe, and ensuring your home is safe as well.

Take a moment on Friday and thank a construction worker for putting their safety on the line to improve our communities. It’s not an easy job, but we do it because we love it!

If you’d like to attend an event to thank even more workers, find one here.

http://www.roofingcontractor.com/articles/92209-national-workers-memorial-day-is-april-28National Workers’ Memorial Day is April 28 | 2017-04-24 | Roofing Contractor Companies and employees working in the construction trades around the country will honor those that were lost due to on-site job fatalities over the past year on Workers’ Memorial Day, Friday April 28.

National Workers’ Memorial Day is observed on April 28 annually to honor those workers who died on the job, and to recommit to the ongoing effort to ensure safe and healthy workplaces. The day also marks the 46th anniversary of the establishment of the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), under the OSHA Act of 1970.

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This is such a great story! As a Chicago roofing company, we are so excited about how the Cubs are bringing our communities closer together. This is going to be a great season, no matter what!

http://www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/Rizzo-Responds-With-Offer-to-Tearful-Young-Cubs-Fan-Tweet-419918104.htmlRizzo Makes Big-Hearted Offer to Tearful Young Cubs Fan | NBC Chicago The Chicago Cubs have plenty of dedicated fans, and one of the team’s youngest diehards just got the surprise of a lifetime when he received tickets to his first ever game at Wrigley Field.

The defending World Series champions will likely inspire plenty of fans to make their first ever trip to the Friendly Confines this year, but it’s highly unlikely that they’ll get a reaction as spectacular and awesome as Kolt’s was. Read more…

 

These kind of articles are fantastic for those of you who would love to see some change, but don’t have the time or budget to hire a professional designer. Besides, the personal touch can often be better than having a trendy living space.

However, for your major roofing needs, including metal roofing, it’s better to keep yourself in professional hands. That’s we’re just a call or free estimate away!

http://interiordesign4.com/how-to-home-interior-designer-2/How to be your own home interior designer! – Interior design When it comes to decorating a new home there are two options to follow; whether hiring an interior designer or you can do it yourself. If you prefer doing your home interior design yourself so you may find this article useful for you. Here are some tips to know what exactly to do.

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When it comes to historic homes, Chicago and its surrounding areas has some impressive oldies but goodies. If you’re considering buying one to renovate, you should be aware that there will be surprises. This is why you should make the decision to buy and renovate with patience and care.

No matter how big or small each surprise is, you should always keep the end result in mind – and begin with an end result planned. You never know if you need to tackle the foundation or plumbing, but a major area of concern should be the roof.

The roofing on older houses always runs of risk of being at the end of its lifespan, especially asphalt shingles or slate roofing. This is why we offer free inspections for roof repair in Chicago.

These tips will help you recognize the more obvious issues you’ll face during the renovation, but we’re here to help with any exterior problems that may arise.

https://www.angieslist.com/articles/historic-home-renovation-tips-remodelers.htmHistoric Home Renovation Tips from Remodelers | Angie’s List

Historic homes overflow with charm, but maintaining them requires due diligence. Here are some tips for planning a remodel from highly rated Angie’s List service providers specializing in historical renovations:

Replicating old-world craftsmanship requires more money. “Everything has to be custom-made,” says Peter Martin of Martin Renovation Group in St. Paul, Minnesota. “Between the money and the time it takes, you have to be committed to the house.”

Striking the right balance between modern energy efficiency and old-school appeal is a decision that vexes many historic home owners. Read more at angieslist.com

 

Chicago is going to be full of events if you’re looking for something to occupy your time.

If you get a few minutes after your plans, be sure to check your roof. After this crazy weather, this weekend will be a good time to get your roof inspected. Call Neighborhood Restoration Company for a free inspection and estimate.

http://www.chicagobusiness.com/article/20170405/NEWS0701/170409968/the-best-events-in-chicago-week-of-april-5

The best events in Chicago week of April 5 – Crain’s Chicago Business

➊ Art isn’t art if it doesn’t keep birthing new. Why shouldn’t art shows act the same? A new event this year, the Chicago Art & Design Show brings 100 artists to Navy Pier for a juried show exhibiting almost every medium, including media, as the phenomenal photojournalist Val Mazzenga receives a lifetime-achievement award and gives a talk. And speaking of new art, this weekend also sees the School of the Art Institute’s spring art sale, a show of more than 120 student-artists, and an opportunity for those who trust their taste to pick future art stars before they go red giant. April 8-9. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. Festival Hall A, Navy Pier, 600 E. Grand Ave.

 

It can be incredibly expensive to find a new home in the Chicago area, but it looks like more and more people are finding the perfect starter home.

Townhouses are less expensive because they take up less land than stand-alone homes, and you can often still find them with some backyard space.

If you’re considering moving into a new townhouse, be sure to get the roof inspected by a qualified and professional Chicago roofing company. Our team at NRC is more than prepared to make sure you move into a home with a safe roof.

http://www.realtor.com/news/trends/townhouses-hot-trend/What’s Old Is New Again: Why Townhouses Are the New ‘It’ Homes | realtor.com®

Recent waves of outside-the-box ideas in housing have brought us teeny-weeny homes, converted shipping containers, prefab modern palaces, and co-housing apartments with luxe perks for millennials.

But the latest “it” homes with builders and buyers have actually been around since the 19th century.

Townhouses, those classic rows of attached single-family homes that are a fixture in American cities and suburbs alike, got a second wind in the 1960s. That’s due to folks scooping up these existing, and often inexpensive, older abodes as they moved back into the big cities. And now the lovechild of a condominium and standalone house is back again and hotter than ever with both buyers and builders.

Read more at realtor.com

 

We always love the passion of sports fans – and college sports fans tend to be fiercely loyal and vocal during March Madness, but there comes a point when it just gets too personal.

As Chicago roofing contractors, we are grateful for every good review that we get, and it’s too bad that one game will affect Higgins’ business for a long time to come.

http://ftw.usatoday.com/2017/03/kentucky-fans-referee-john-higgins-business-facebook-page-reviews-elite-eight-uncKentucky fans cross the line by trashing referee John Higgins’ business on Facebook

In every close game, there are moments that fans can pick apart as major swings. In the case of Kentucky fans, the officiating from referee John Higgins had Big Blue Nation up in arms. Higgins made a series of questionable foul calls that certainly came back to bite the Wildcats. But after the loss, Kentucky fans took their anger too far. They went after Higgins’ livelihood.

Higgins owns John Higgins Weatherguard, Inc., which is a roofing company based out of Omaha, Neb. Since NCAA officials aren’t paid full-time, many of them hold regular jobs when they’re not officiating. In the case of a roofing company, reviews are a huge tool for prospective clients as they hire a roofer. Well, Kentucky fans have spent the past couple days trashing the review section of Higgins’ company Facebook page.

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