At Neighborhood Restoration Company we love taking care of all of your Chicago roofing needs. In fact, that is what we spend most of our energy on and we wouldn’t be able to do it without a the sustenance from some of Chicago’s delicious cuisines.
We are all fortunate to live in a city that boasts such a delicious menu of options. Have you had the opportunity to try everything on this list?
10 Best Chicago Foods and Drinks Chicago is a town for you if you want a great meal. The streets are lined with great restaurants. But here are the foods you absolutely need to sample while in Chicago. These are the best foods in Chicago, the foods Chicago is known for, the foods Chicago does best. Read more…
For more information about our company and how we can help you with all your roofing needs contact us today.
We hate to see people get ripped off or taken advantage of and unfortunately it seems to happen a lot in this industry. Scams come in all forms. There are some big ones like this that get lots of attention and smaller ones that you hear less about.
Either way it is important to protect yourself from businesses that don’t actually have your best interests at heart. The best way that you can do this is to do your research. Talk with the company, check out their track record, and see exactly what other people have said about them.
At CLC Roofing we pride ourselves on our quality work and being the best roofers in Dallas. We are happy to talk with you and show you all the reasons we are the best choice for you. We don’t blame you for doing your research, in fact we encourage it.
Worst roofing scheme in Dallas-Fort Worth takes homeowners’ insurance, doesn’t deliver new roofs | Watchdog | Dallas News In the midst of the crime spree that is today’s Texas roofing industry, we now find one of the region’s great roofing schemes of all time.
Almost a hundred homeowners in Arlington, Fort Worth and Dallas that we know of lost a combined total of $400,000 they paid for new roofs in hail damage insurance claims. They won’t see their money. They won’t get their roofs. And most likely, there are many more victims.
Most of them are Hispanic and low-income, some elderly, often in modest homes. In other words, those least able to afford a loss. See more…
For a free roofing quote for your home or commercial building contact us at our CLC roofing company in Dallas.
A healthy diet is important for maintaining your body. While you are living at St. Andrew’s Village we want to do everything we can to make sure you are healthy. So when we saw these tips for a few easy ways that you can incorporate healthier eating into your life we wanted to share it with you.
Take a look at this article from 5280 about the 5 takeaways from family physician and biochemist, Cate Shanahan’s book, Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Food.
Learn How to Eat Healthier with the Morrison-based doctor Cate Shanahan has released an updated version of her acclaimed book, Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Food. Here are five key takeaways.
In 2008, family physician and biochemist Cate Shanahan self-published the book Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Food. Several years before, the now Morrison-based doctor had fallen ill, to the point of not being able to walk for two years, and decided to research diets as a possible solution to her health problems. Her resulting book extolled the benefits of fresh fruits and vegetables; sprouted and fermented foods; meat on the bone; and organ meat—a regimen that resembles the now-trendy Paleolithic diet. (In contrast to paleo, dairy is included in Shanahan’s recommendations.) See more…
We probably don’t need to tell you this after all of the reports of weather tearing up homes down in San Antonio but the amount of damage every year, but there is a lot of property damage caused by severe weather.
That’s why we, Lon Smith Roofing of Dallas, are committed to repairing or replacing your roof with quality products installed by experts. This will help your home to withstand the severe elements.
Billions of Dollars in Property Damage Each Year Is Caused by Severe Weather – Winter weather adds stress to buildings with cold winds, the weight of snow on the roof and extreme temperatures. After experiencing wintry weather, spring arrives with its own challenges in terms of severe storms and tornados. According to The National Climate Assessment and NOAA, high wind events in the U.S. occur roughly 14,000 times annually with wind speeds of 58 mph or above. The analysis of the current data available suggests that as time goes on they will only continue to become more common. A building’s roof is the first line of defense against the elements and the part of the building more likely to be affected by the high winds of winter and the spring storms that follow. This is why a building’s roof edge should be one that is rigorously tested and code compliant, as well as properly installed. If the roof edge is compromised, the building itself and everything inside are likely susceptible to wind and water damage. Read more…
We have had some unusual February weather here in Colorado. The warmer than usual dry weather combined with some strong winds have caused an increase in the likely hood of wildfires throughout Colorado’s front range.
There have already been a few fires that have broken out across the state and things are not likely to get better with our current forecast. As we continue to roof the Colorado front range we hope that you will all stay safe and use extreme precautions when dealing with fire.
Red flag warning issued for much of Colorado’s front range | Colorado Springs Gazette, News DENVER — More warm and dry weather and strong winds are raising the wildfire danger across much of Colorado’s front range.
A red flag warning has been issued for much of the eastern half of the state on Tuesday.
On Monday, a wildfire near Hygiene in Boulder County forced evacuations and destroyed three outbuildings and a barn before containing about 75 percent of it. Firefighters were able to keep the Rabbit Mountain Fire from spreading significantly overnight despite strong winds. Read more…
No one wants to find a hair in their food or worry about how clean the kitchen is. If you are staying with us at Dwelling Suites for an extended stay in San Antonio, you already have beautiful, fully-equipped kitchen for your use. Of course that doesn’t mean you might not eat out from time-to-time.
If you are heading out for a bite and you want to make sure that their kitchen is as clean as yours here’s the down low of some of the cleanliest places to eat in San Antonio.
Restaurant inspections show San Antonio’s cleanest eateries for the week of Feb. 20, 2017 – San Antonio Express-News Fast food chains ruled the week in the latest edition of San Antonio’s cleanest restaurants.
Well-known pizza, chicken, taco and burger joints all pitched in with perfect scores, the latest inspection reports show.
Each week we examine hundreds of restaurant inspections conducted by the San Antonio Food and Environmental Health Services division to sift out the dirtiest and cleanest restaurants around San Antonio.
Click through the above slideshow to see the establishments who earned perfect health inspection scores during the past week.
Contact us for more information and tips while staying with us at Dwelling Suites for an extended stay in San Antonio.
With possible cooler temperatures heading our way this weekend you may find yourself wanting to spend this one inside but that doesn’t mean that you can’t have some outdoor adventure in your life. St. Andrews Village has the perfect solution for anyone who is looking for adventure but want’s to stay inside.
You can take a trip outside with books from two local authors that will surely make you feel like your not cozied up on the couch still. Check out these short reviews from 5280 and enjoy some adventure from the comfort of St. Andrews Village this weekend.
Colorado Bookshelf: Two New Nonfictions | 5280 Take a trip outside with these two new reads from local authors.
No Barriers: A Blind Man’s Journey To Kayak The Grand Canyon
The Nature Fix: Why Nature Makes Us Happier, Healthier, and More Creative
Things go missing all the time. We have all missed placed our keys or phone. Some of us have had a cat or dog escape and go missing. But not many of us have lost a horse.
Losing something is never fun, especially when it is something you love. We at Lon Smith Roofing, want to share this with our friends in Parker County so we can help reunite this horse with his missing family. If you know anything please contact the Parker County Communications Center.
Animal control searches for owner of horse found in Parker County | The Star-Telegram Only in Texas: Animal control usually takes in homeless cats and dogs but this week in Parker County, they found a horse.
An American Paint Horse mare was found early Monday off Old Weatherford Highway. The animal is 10 or 11 years old, a Parker County Sheriff’s Office Facebook post said.
The sheriff’s office animal control division is looking for the owner. Anyone with information should call the Parker County Communications Center at 817-594-3213.
February so far has felt more like late spring this year. Really some of us are still wondering when winter is going to hit? With what the Omaha Herald has called, “the mildest winter on record” we have been spoiled by sunshine.
That might make what is forecasted to come at the end of the week all the more shocking. Come Friday the weather is predicted to turn to rain, snow, and strong winds. Exterior Remodel & Design wants to remind you that now is a good time to make sure you and your home are prepared for March which is typically cooler and wetter.
Warm streak blasts one record after another — but region to get winter reminder later this week | Weather | omaha.com Record-setting warmth in February is punctuating what has been the mildest winter on record so far.
“This warmth comes at the tail end of a winter that overall has really been mild,” said Barbara Mayes, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service.
That changes soon as the region gets a reminder of winter later this week: A mix of rain and snow is forecast Thursday into Friday, with overnight temperatures dropping into the 20s. See more…