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Local Mint Spring Virginia Roofing Contractor:
roofers Mint Spring Virginia Our Mint Spring VA Roofing Repair Experts have over 25 years of roofing experience. We pride ourselves on superior quality work along with friendly professional service. Our experts possess years of roof repair and installment expertise and constantly aim to make sure we keep everything coordinated, clean, and our scheduling as hassle-free for you as possible. We offer  FREE ESTIMATES  on all roofing repairs and replacements and always do our best to work with you to ensure you get the correct roof install or repair needed for your Mint Spring VA home or business.
Our roofing staff is professional, honest, and up front about all costs – no hidden fees with our roofing services.
Every roof repair or replacement job we do always has a custom feel, built with your thoughts and needs in mind. We have the knowledge to show you some options, and to make helpful suggestions to generate new ideas.
We look forward to working with you in the future, and offering you the best roof repair or replacement service for your home or business.

Our Roofing Repair Experts Are Locally Owned and Operated in Mint Spring Virginia   Since 1991.

  • Complete roof replacement, roof inspection and repair on any style of roof.
  • With trained roofers, top quality materials and a reputation for professionalism our roofing company has become one of the top roofing contractors in the Mint Spring VA area.
  • Our Roofing company’s knowledge of the industry is something it takes pride in and something its clients can rely on.
  • Our Roofing Repair service Experts works to remove a lot of the stress and anxiety a residential property or business owner might feel about the roofing maintenance and repair as well as replacement process, keeping it simpler and also easier.
    The moment hired, Our company has the ability to repair or replace your roofing system, home siding, gutter systems, gutter covers, skylights and a lot more
  • Our Roofing company also tackles the roof gutters, ventilation, flashing, chimneys �” all of the roofing systems.
  • Our Roofing company installs top-quality roofing materials, which are all backed by the best manufacturer warranties and Roofing Experts skilled worker guarantees.
  • Our Roofing Company crews have experience installing and repairing all types of roof systems including wood shingle, asphalt or fiberglass shingle, metal,slate roofs,Tile & Concrete
  • Our Roofing company is fully certified and licensed to provide clients with the best roofing products and services in and around Mint Spring VA

Our Mint Spring VA Roofing Services Include:

  • Roof Leak Repairs
  • Vent Pipe Leak Repair
  • Chimney Leak Repairs
  • Storm Damage Roof Repair
  • Skylight Leak Repair
  • Skylights Installed
  • Skylights Sealed Re-flashed
  • Skylight Replacement
  • New Shingle Roof Installation
  • New Metal Roofs
  • Lifetime Roof Warranties
  • Commercial Roof Repair & Install
  • Facia Board / Soffit Repair
  • Gutter Repair Replacement
  • Flat Roofs Repair / Replacement
  • Emergency Roof Repair

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Nickel (United States coin)

A nickel, in American usage, is a five-cent coin struck by the United States Mint. Composed of 75% copper and 25% nickel, the piece has been issued since 1866. Its diameter is .835 inches (21.21 mm) and its thickness is .077 inches (1.95 mm). Due to inflation, the purchasing power of the nickel continues to drop and currently the coin represents less than 1% of the federal hourly minimum wage. In 2015, over 1.5 billion nickels were produced at the Philadelphia and Denver mints.

The silver half dime, equal to five cents, had been issued since the 1790s. The American Civil War caused economic hardship, driving gold and silver from circulation; in response, in place of low-value coins, the government at first issued paper currency. In 1865, Congress abolished the five-cent fractional currency note after Spencer M. Clark, head of the Currency Bureau (today the Bureau of Engraving and Printing), placed his own portrait on the denomination. After the successful introduction of two-cent and three-cent pieces without precious metal, Congress also authorized a five-cent piece consisting of base metal; the Mint began striking this version in 1866.

The initial design of the Shield nickel was struck from 1866 until 1883, then was replaced by the Liberty Head nickel. The Buffalo nickel was introduced in 1913 as part of a drive to increase the beauty of American coinage; in 1938, the Jefferson nickel followed. In 2004 and 2005, special designs in honor of the bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark Expedition were issued. In 2006, the Mint reverted to using Jefferson nickel designer Felix Schlag's original reverse (or "tails" side), although a new obverse, by Jamie Franki, was substituted. As of the end of FY 2013, it cost more than nine cents to produce a nickel;[1] the Mint is exploring the possibility of reducing cost by using less expensive metals.