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Ice Dams Causing Damage In Minnesota

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It isn’t a big surprise that the snow storm is leaving a wake of damage behind on the roofs of Minnesota. With the addition of snow and melting, ice dams are starting to form on roofs across the state.

From WCCO-TV a report on the on-going damage:

Watch the video


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Holiday Roofing Humor!

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‘Tis the season for great Santa based jokes – and here is a great cartoon that combines our love of the holidays AND roofing!

Some Great Reviews From The Web!

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We are thankful that our clients take the time to let us know how we are doing – in person, on the Internet and on our social media pages!

From Facebook:

Sela did a great job this fall with our siding, windows and gutters. the crew was terrific. we are very happy, job well done…
Sela did a great job this fall with our siding, cutters, and windows. we are very pleased with there work ethic. great job…
Sela did a great job replacing our roof this summer. Thanks

From CitySearch:

Sela did a wonderful job installing my new roof with no problems and the workers were very nice to deal with. They worked diligently from sun up to sun down and when they were finished they picked up all the nails. I would recommend Sela to others and would use them again.

Reliable and honest. We contacted Sela about fixing our roof which had wind damage. When the Sela representative arrived, he provided me with honest, valuable information regarding my roof and how to contact my insurance company. The entire process was very professional… from choosing the type and color of roofing material to the actual installation. The Sela representatives answered all of my questions and got the job done and cleaned up everything before they left. We now have a beautiful new roof !

Thanks for the great feedback!




Lorie Line Selling Minneapolis Dream House

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When some people dream, they dream big. In the case of Minneapolis’ own Liberace, Lorie Line, the dream was a massive lakeside home on Lake Minnetonka. Now that she has an empty nest, her dreams have changed and she has decided to pull up stakes and sell.

Check out this gorgeous house (and roof!) – a great buy if you have a spare $5 million around!

Minneapolis – Great Place For Halloween Says Report

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Minneapolis has been getting plenty of kudos lately – hip neighborhoods, bike friendly, etc. Now it is coming in as the #11 top city for Halloween trick-or-treaters!

What neighborhoods are rated the highest, according to Zillow?

#1 – Fulton
#2 – Lynnhurst
#3 – Linden Hills
#4 – Tangletown
#5 – Cedar-Isles-Dean

Where is your favorite trick-or-treat spot in the Twin Cities?

Homeowners: Have You Committed To Shingle Recycling

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For the first time ever, Owens Corning is allowing homeowners to join contractors in a commitment to recycling roofing materials. As a recipient of the company’s Top Single Recycler award, we would like to encourage you to join us in taking the pledge.


To take the pledge in markets where recycling is available, homeowners simply and select “Recycle Now.”  In addition to connecting with local contractors committed to shingle recycling, everyone who takes the pledge will also receive a free reusable tote bag while supplies last.  Homeowners who do not currently have shingle recycling available in their area can show their interest in shingle recycling by filling out a form on the website, which will help Owens Corning Roofing & Asphalt rally support from contractors in their local community. To learn more, simply visit the Sustainable Roofing page on the site.

Some Monday Roofing Humor!

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In case you have a case of the Mondays…a little humor to start the week!

Housing Construction Shows Recovery

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We love getting great news! Things are definitely looking up in the housing construction market, with two reports released today indicating things are getting better. We could not be happier….



The U.S. housing industry — crucial to any recovery in employment and other aspects of the economy — showed more signs of recovery in August, according to two reports issued Wednesday.

The Census Bureau said housing starts and permits rose substantially in August compared with a year earlier. Separately, sales of previously occupied homes climbed 7.8% on a monthly basis and were up year-over-year as well, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR).