Monthly Archives: July 2015

Homegrown and State Approved: Mint Roofing Receives Two-Year Contract

After completing the proper screening and vetting, Mint Roofing is now a Minnesota state-approved CPV contractor for commercial roof repairs, roof maintenance and roof replacement for the entire metro area, and much of the southern part of the state.   These contracts provide state agencies and eligible … More >>

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Pretty as a Penny; Tough as Nails: Using Copper in Commercial Roofing

Using copper is a popular, albeit expensive, choice of commercial roofing materials. In fact, the expense is often the sole reason alternative materials are chosen. But there are some clear (and shiny) benefits to using copper as a roofing solution:   It’s durable. In some cases, … More >>

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The Heat is On: Summer Temps Take Toll on Roofs

In Minnesota, the hottest temperatures are in July and August…the months we all live for and dream about in January and February when temps are at their coldest.   So what’s happening on your commercial roof during these hottest of summer days?  With a properly maintained … More >>

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Growing Up Roofing: Being Raised in a Family Business

My dad began working at Dalbec Roofing (now Mint Roofing) back in 1952 as a sheet metal and roofing laborer working for my uncle, Lester Dalbec. It was a common (and embarrassing) occurrence to have a smelly tar kettle parked in our driveway, or a one-ton … More >>

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