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 September 17th, 2014 - Roofing Article


Check out my interview, Signs That Your Roof Needs Repair/Replacement on South Carolina Homes For Sale, one of the top sites for South Carolina real estate, including Anderson, SC homes for sale. South Carolina Homes For Sale also services North Carolina homes for sale and Florida homes for sale.


July 30th, 2014 - We've got your back!


This is how we feel when we see the out of town roofers and storm chasers come into the Charlotte area...


November 21st, 2012 - Ballantyne and Weddington Roof Replacement Projects


The following homes were completed in the Ballantyne Country Club and the Weddington areas. The landscaping and size of the homes made for challenging projects, however our team was able to demonstrate our ability to successfully implement timely roof replacements, while maintaining a detail-oriented focus on quality. We're grateful for an email we received from one of the homeowners:


"As a professional engineer with experience in industrial and commercial construction, I fully appreciate M1 Roofing's excellent workmanship and the high-quality roofing materials that M1Roofing used. My original roof was not installed properly and, as a result, I had to have several repairs before the roof was 10 years old. I would recommend M1 Roofing to everyone."

                                                                                       -John, Weddington


Ballantyne 1

Ballantyne 2

Weddington 1



November 3rd, 2012 - Angie's List Reviews


We use Angie's List to assess whether we're doing a good job keeping valued customers like you happy. Please visit in order to grade our quality of work and customer service. Thank you!


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August 23rd, 2012 - What is Ice and Water Shield?


Ice & water shield offers added leak protection for sloped roofs in climates subject to ice dams and wind-driven rain. It is applied to the roof deck prior to the application of the finished roof covering, used in conjunction with roof underlayment. The membrane seals around nails and roof discontinuities, so water that doesn't drain properly cannot penetrate the roof. It also creates a weather-tight barrier against wind-dirven rains that can cause shingles to lift and leak. Ice and water shield is typically installed throughout the length of valleys, around penetrations, dormers, chimneys, end-walls, and at eaves. M1 Roofing includes the use of ice and water shield in roof replacement quotes. Be sure that your roofing contractor is, in fact, making of this roofing material.


June 17th, 2012 - Sun Valley Corners Family Fun Day


We would like to give a special thanks for Pizza Palace and all those involved in Sun Valley Corners Family Fun Day! We enjoyed the opportunity to meet with other local vendors and the families from around the area. We look forward to the next one!





June 2nd, 2012 - Expanding Service Area


As we continue to grow, so does our service coverage area. Through continual growth, we are proud to now serve the following locations:


We provide residential and commercial roofing services to these areas, including high-end residential projects, churches, hotels, and many other types of roofing contractor services. Don't hesitate to contact us. We're happy to make references available!


May 19th, 2012 - Church Roof Replacements


As a company we believe in giving back to the community. One of our approaches in doing so is to give back 10% of our net profits back to churches when we perform their roof replacements. If you know of a church that is considering a roof replacement, don't hesitate to contact us and mention this blog entry!


May 6th, 2012 - The M1 Roofing Mobile


Check out the new look for the M1 Roofing truck! This new scheme lets our customers know we care about our first impression as much as we do their roof! 




March 22nd, 2012 Thank You to Our Customers!


As a company we would just like to say thank you to all the customers who have gotten us to where we are today. It is your choice on the roofing contractor you choose to use, and we're thankful for all those that have chosen us to perform their work, in addition to those that continue to refer our business. We take our business very seriously and strive to operate a customer-focused organization, with the added benefit of vast experience in the industry. We will continue to do our part to stand out from the competition, by focusing on the little things. Once again we would like to say THANK YOU!!!


February 16th, 2012 Shop Local!


See the following link which discusses the positive impacts of shopping local. Not only is this important for all businesses, but especially for contractors and roofing contractors alike. Homeowners who use contractor services should ensure that the business they are dealing with is local to support what for most people, is a long term investment in their home (as long as they plan on living there, and for reselling value). In terms of roof replacements, the roof is typically a 25-30 year investment, therefore it is important to use someone local that you can trust.




January 28th, 2012 Free Roof Inspections


Don't hesitate to contact us for a free roof inspection if you believe you have roof damage. It could be in the form of wind or hail damage, meaning if your house was in an area which was affected by hail storms, an inspection could determine if you have damage not easily visible from the ground. Wind damage is much easier to spot for most homeowners in the form of missing shingles, however hail inspections do require trained personnel familiar with what is actually considered damage by insurance companies and adjusters. There have been cases where homeowners we have been called out for to perform repair work were surprised to learn that they had hail or wind damage, at which point their entire roof was replaced through insurance.


December 27th, 2011 Recently Completed Project!


Here's a photo rundown of our approach to roofing. You can see we do what it takes to take care of all landscaping, in addition to any other obstacles like the pool seen in one of the last photos. We also place ice and water shield in all valleys, endwalls, and around pipe penetrations. This is standard on all our roofs and should be for any reputable contractor. We also install ridge vent throughout the ridge with 1 foot offsets on the ends, maximizing your air flow rather than cutting you short. This was a major project which was finished in just over one day. The blue paper you see is an upgraded underlayment refered to as "Palisade". This product is rated for 30-Years.


Here's the email we received from the homeowners when we completed this project:




We just wanted to let you know how happy we were with your service today – we have already sent your company name and a very positive recommendation to our entire neighborhood.  We chose you because of your honesty/professionalism and quality of work and are very thankful that we did so.  Thank you for making this process as painless as it possibly could be. 


Please feel free to use our names in any of your marketing materials as a reference.  We are beyond satisfied!!


Our best,

Jen & Brad   












October 23rd, 2011 - Brandon Oaks Fall Festival



We would like to extend our appreciation to all those who stopped by the M1 tent at the Brandon Oaks Fall Festival on Saturday. We got the chance to meet some great people, as well as answer a number of questions for many homeowners. The event was a great success, with many local vendors showcasing their businesses within the local community.




October 12th, 2011 - Common Cupboard


Be sure to check out Common Cupboard in Indian Trail! Common Cupboard is a non-profit organization food pantry located in in the business park behind the Post Office in Indian Trail. Through volunteer work and donations, the organization reaches out to over 200 families in need per month. Each family receives about a week's worth of groceries. Common Cupboard opened in July 2006 and has steadily grown its roots into the local communities. After speaking with the owners, I got a sense for the grassroots beginnings of this humble organization. They are always in need of volunteers, so don't hesitate to contact them regarding loading/unloading materials, sorting foods, delivering groceries, and so on. You may also wish to make food donations to them to help others. They also run a thrift store called Common Things so be sure to stop in some time to browse around for a good cause.


Visit their homepage at:


There's also a banquet coming up on Thursday October 27th, 2011 from 7pm to 9pm. The event is hosted by those affilifated with Common Cupboard. It will be a celebration of the many volunteers that have had an impact within the organization. There will also be a silent auction at the event! See the link below for more information on the banquet.


Visit the banquet link here!




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August 14th, 2011 - M1 Roofing Becomes Thumbtack Elite


Our listing on is ranked #1 in Residential and Commercial Roofing Services among roofing contractors for Charlotte, NC!


You can see for yourself at


Roofing Contractors, Charlotte, NC



August 4th, 2011 - Recent Projects










July 10th, 2011 - We Recycle our Shingles





We proudly recycle asphalt shingles with Boggs Paving. Why recycle asphalt shingles? It reduces landfill waste and is green certified! We separate our debris into asphalt shingles, nails and the felt. Other materials such as felt paper rolls, wood, metal flashings, gutters, plastic wrap, buckets, paper waste, or other construction debris are dumped separately.  Check out more information on the Boggs Group at



May 20th, 2011 - Inspection Reports


Many customers call requesting roofing inspections for hail or wind damage. We happily provide these services free of charge to our customers.  When we perform an inspection we create reports so that all information from our inspection is documented.  We include photos of any hail or wind damage, in addition to other issues which may include ventilation deficiencies, possible sources of leaks, or any other problems that may be linked to the roof's existing condition.


Our reports are created for each and every customer, which allows them to view all the things we see when we are on the roof.  This establishes evidence and a basis for moving forward (or not) with a replacement, and allows the customer to better understand what is going on with their roof.  Many contractors make claims that a roof has hail damage without stepping foot on it (many from out of town, just heard of a crew from California the other day!), hoping to get homeowners to call their insurance to get the adjuster out. Inspecting for hail requires stepping foot on the roof, unless soft ball sized hail has made it's way through the area leaving obvious damage. Making a claim that a roof has hail damage (without inspecting it properly), leads to a waste of time for all those involved, including the homeowner making the calls to their insurance company, as well as the adjuster coming out to investigate the roof.  We step foot on each and every roof, preparing reports to provide valid evidence for why or why not to perform a replacement or contact your insurance.


To see a condensed version of one of our reports, simply click here.




May 4th, 2011 - Recently Completed Project








April 23rd, 2011 - Recently Completed Project













April 16th, 2011 - Recent Wind and Hail Storms


Over the last couple weeks there have been storms that made their way through Gastonia, Charlotte, Union County, and the upper portions of South Carolina.  There have been varying cases of damage ranging from obvious wind and hail damage to roofs and vinyl siding, to not so obvious hail damage that cannot easily be seen from the ground.  If your property was in the area where hail storms passed through, it is recommended having an inspection done to verify that no major damage has occurred which could affect the life of the existing shingles, rubber, or metal roofing.  Our inspections include pictures and a report which documents all of our findings. We are available to perform roofing replacements, as well as vinyl siding repair that is associated with storm damage. Don't hesitate to contact us if you are interested in a roofing inspection.




April 7th, 2011 - Recently Completed Projects







March 30th, 2011 - Recently Completed Project




March 23rd, 2011 - Cedar Grove Family Worship Center Recently Completed!


As a company we would like to express our thanks to the Cedar Grove Family Worship Center of Monroe, NC for the opportunity of working together on their roofing project. Pastor Dennis Cook, his family, and the congregation were a pleasure to work with.  You can visit their site by clicking this link.









March 14th, 2011 - M1 Becomes Certainteed Shingle Master / Master Shingle Applicator



As we continue to grow, our dedication to quality and dependability has provided us with the distinction of a Certainteed Shingle Master, and Master Shingle Applicators.  Our company earned the Shingle Master credential by successfully meeting testing requirements, and also employing certified Master Shingle Applicators who were also subject to testing.  Read below to learn more.



ShingleMaster™ (SM)Contractors who are focused on superior workmanship and customer satisfaction earn the SM credential by employing a Master Shingle Applicator qualified workforce or participating in an SM Credential Course. An SM can offer you SureStart PLUS extended warranty coverage when an Integrity Roof System is installed on your home.


To become a ShingleMaster a company must:

  • Employ an Master Shingle Applicator-qualified crew (at least one job supervisor and two installers)





The Master Shingle Applicatorprogram provides education in every aspect of shingle installation techniques, and the approved procedures for installing all CertainTeed shingles. The program covers topics such as workmanship, roof systems, estimating, flashing, ventilation, and product installation instructions.



To become a Master Shingle Applicator an individual must:

  • Pass the open-book Master Shingle Applicator test after studying the Shingle Applicator's Manual.


March 7th, 2011 -  Recently Completed Project



February 21st, 2011 - Recently Completed Projects

The M1 Roofing Group - Previous Roof Replacement
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February 14th, 2011 - Previous Projects

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February 4th, 2011 - Roofing Contractor Tips / Local News







As a roofing company, we strive to provide exellent service to our customers, whether it's a small repair or a major commercial project.  There are many companies out there in the roofing industry, some reputable and some that use unethical practices.  We like to provide property owners with tips that are applicable to any project in which a contractor is needed. 


Here's a few of the tips we suggest to our clients:


Always do some background research on the contractor you wish to use. Are they locally owned? Do they carry proper licensing as a company. It's important that they offer workman's compensation insurance and general liability in order to cover their company and the property owner in the event of an accident.

Get multiple estimates. Don't always accept the first unless it's someone you've used in the past and trust.

Never pay money upfront. If a company needs money upfront, then they may not be in a good standing financially. They can also accept your money and never step foot on the roof, which is one of the worst cases of companies giving the roofing industry a bad name. The majority of roofing contractors have accounts set up with their materials dealer, so they are able to cover materials, then pay their labor once the job is complete.


Here's a news article link about a roofing contractor that came in from out of town "storm-chasing" hail damage insurance jobs.  The company took the money up front without ever placing the first shingle, leaving many homeowners across North and South Carolina without the roof for which their insurance companies paid for. Click this link to read the story at

Be weary about door-to-door tactics, there are many storm chasers that will enter the area when a storm hits. They can come from neighboring states, and if used, when problems arise, getting them back out can be a hassle.

Do a little reading up on roofing, and ask the contractor questions when he comes out. Test his knowledge base.

There are good, reputable roofing companies out there, just do your homework!




January 30th, 2011 - Recently Completed Project



The M1 Roofing Group Completed Project




January 20th, 2011 - New Energy Star Residential Tax Credits for 2011





There are three different Energy Star tax credit tiers, which specific products fall under.  Click here to visit the Energy Star Tax Credit Page and learn more about qualifying products and requirements.
Tier 1
Tax Credit: 10% of cost up to $500 or a specific amount from $50 - $300

Expires: December 31, 2011

Details: Must be an existing home & your principal residence. New construction and rentals do not qualify.
Products: Biomass Stoves, Heating Ventilating and Air Conditioning, Insulation, Roofs (Metal and Asphalt), Water Heaters (Non-solar), Windows and Doors
Tier 2


Tax Credit: 30% of cost with no upper limit

Expires: December 31, 2016


Details:Existing homes & new construction qualify. Both principal residences and second homes qualify. Rentals do not qualify.

Products: Geothermal Heat Pumps, Small Wind Turbines (Residential), Solar Energy Systems

Tier 3

Tax Credit: Credit Details: 30% of the cost, up to $500 per .5 kW of power capacity


Details: Existing homes & new construction qualify. Must be your principal residence. Rentals and second homes do not qualify.

Products: Fuel Cells (Residential Fuel Cell and Microturbine System)



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