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Press Release


Robyn Rataic

Klaus Larsen LLC

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Looking Ahead to Spring 2015

Warmer weather is on its way to Connecticut, and the time for restoration is now. Start from the top with a new roof.

Even the meteorologists on the evening news are starting to look tired of this winter. They seem tired of forecasting endless snowstorms and arctic cold fronts. Gone is the excitement conjured up by impending snowfall. Visions of holiday festivities and drinking coffee by the window to observe landscapes of crisp powder have been replaced by tridents of jagged ice and fuel bills in the triple digits. Our backs are broken from shoveling, and no one has seen their mailbox in weeks. Even school and work cancellations have grown redundant with the onset of cabin fever and a longing for the color green.

However, it is almost spring, and the sound of ice cracking is in the air, which may be a bad sign. Many have already noticed water trailing down their walls or blotches on the ceiling. Klaus Larsen has been keeping busy on the defensive line for the past month, shoveling roofs and even installing new ones. All it took were a few extra layers of clothing, some determination, and a few dozen shovels. Yet we mourn the roofs that did not make it through the year. It seems there was a collapse almost daily, here in New England. But we New Englander's are tough and are already shoveling out. You're eyeing those new grills at the hardware store and checking if last year's swimwear still fits (it doesn't). This was certainly an active winter, and we are gearing up for an even more productive spring!

Installing new roof Winter 2015

The Klaus Larsen crew will be at three home shows in the next month. We would love for you to stop by and ask us those hard-hitting questions that you were always afraid to ask: Where do roofs come from? What kind of asphalt shingles are most conducive for Dutch Colonials with flared eaves? It's even alright if you just want to stop by just for the free pens.

As our schedule gets busier, our workforce has grown. Mike Temple, of Hebron, is our new Project Manager, and we are very excited to have him on board. Also, new to the Klaus Larsen family is our marketing intern Travis Dahlke, an ECSU graduate, and purveyor of fine flannel textiles.

Winters like these are why the people of the Nutmeg State are so tough. Unfortunately, your thirty-five-year-old roof is probably not as stalwart, and those scenic icicles hanging from your gutters indicate that it's time for repair. Let us recoup and get those major renovations out of the way so that you can focus on the important things like tomato crops and strategic patio napping.

Klaus Larsen is your local expert roofer, with a wealth of experience in roofing projects of all shapes and sizes. Whether you own a classic Victorian or a contemporary ranch, we are your source for high-quality roofing installations and repairs. Call or contact us today to find out more, or to schedule a free estimate.



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