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What It Means to Be a Malarkey Residential Certified Contractor

At Malarkey, we want to provide you with a quality roof. To us, that means more than making great materials – it means connecting you with individuals who are able to install those products properly. We hope that learning a bit about the Malarkey Certified Contractor Program will help you plan your upcoming project with confidence.

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Solar Reflective Shingles: How Roof Color Impacts Your Wallet

Have you ever regretted wearing a dark colored shirt on a hot summer day? The dark color absorbs more sun rays, making you feel warmer. The same basic concept applies to the roof of your home. Learn how a solar reflective roof can increase the lifespan of your shingles, save you money, and even reduce your impact on the environment.

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3 Steps to Roofing Safety

Whether you work on a roof or hire someone to do the job, it is important to know the basics of roofing safety. The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) notes that falls are consistently the leading hazard in construction. Let’s review how these accidents can be prevented during a roofing project.

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What Homeowners Should Expect from the Roofing Process

Whether your current roof needs replacing or you’re in the midst of a new construction, roof installation is a huge investment and needs to be handled properly. Even though you know it’s one of the most important features of your home, you may still have a few jitters about the size of the project, or worry that you may not be making the right decisions. Let’s take a closer look at the installation process.

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Celebrating 60 through Community Support

Malarkey Roofing Products has been a family owned business since it was established in 1956 and has continually shown a commitment to supporting local communities. We are celebrating our 60th anniversary by reaching out to our communities and business partners to raise awareness and give back.

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