The Guardian Gazette: August 2018 Newsletter

Guardian Roofing Meets With Auburn Mayor Nancy Backus

Mayor Visits Prominent Local Business To Recognize Quality Service Standards

SEATTLE, WA, July 11, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — Guardian Roofing, a Seattle-based home service provider, recently met with Auburn, WA Mayor Nancy Backus in an effort to better understand the needs of residents of the community and tailor their service offerings accordingly. Auburn is a critical area for Guardian and the work they do helping people with roofing needs as well as pest control.

Backus is meeting with some of the local businesses that are cornerstones for the city’s success. The meeting included discussions on the local community and the need for quality service, cost-effective pricing and exceptional customer service. The Mayor explained how Guardian can help these residents and contribute services and offerings that will be of the most value to them.

Guardian’s business strategy is based on strong values and business ethics which are evident throughout the organization and to clients across the region. Their passion for maintaining a family-owned feeling coupled with their drive to set a high bar in the service industry has paid off and they have now grown to over 80 employees.

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The Guardian Gazette: August 2018 Newsletter

15 Brilliant Ways To Keep Your Home Cool Without Air Conditioning

By Samantha Toscano and Suzy Strutner (HUFFPOST)

In warmer months, it’s tempting to crank the AC or plant yourself in front of the nearest fan. But these aren’t the only tricks to keeping cool. It turns out there are plenty of ways to buffer your home from the heat without racking up your electric bill. And they’ll make you feel like a DIY champ, too.


The Guardian Gazette: August 2018 Newsletter

Keep your cool, and…

1. Keep your blinds closed. As simple as this tip may seem, Family Handyman notes that up to 30 percent of unwanted heat comes from your windows, and utilizing shades, curtains and the like can save you up to 7 percent on bills and lower indoor temperatures by up to 20 degrees. In other words, closing the blinds essentially prevents your home from becoming a miniature greenhouse, which is especially the case with south- and west-facing windows.

2. Better yet, invest in blackout curtains. Blackout curtains block sunlight, naturally insulating the rooms in which they’re installed. Consumer Reports recommends neutral-colored curtains with white plastic backings to reduce heat gain by up to 33 percent.

3. Be smart about your doors. Closing off unused rooms will prevent cool air from permeating these areas during the hottest part of the day. You’ll want to capitalize on the cooler night hours, too, letting air flow naturally through your home.

4. Hack a fan instead of turning on the A.C. Not even an air conditioner can give off a faux sea breeze, but this simple trick can. Fill a mixing bowl with ice (or something equally cold, like an ice pack), and position it at an angle in front of a large fan so the air whips off the ice in an extra-chilled, extra-misty state. Trust us: It’s magic.

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The Guardian Gazette: August 2018 Newsletter

This month’s featured review:

“Dan did an awesome job inspecting, and bidding our roof. He did a very thorough inspection and compared to the other contractors we had bidding it was a no brainer to go with Gaurdian. The Crew we have doing the install so far has been really impressive. They have kept the surrounding areas clean, and have made excellent progress.”


The Guardian Gazette: August 2018 Newsletter


We are so grateful for our customer reviews. A kind review is one of the greatest gifts the Guardian team can receive from a client. Each month we reward three clients for their positive accolades.

This month, we are rewarding Ann S., MJ D., and Phillip P! Please expect a $50 Amazon gift card in your email inbox soon.


The Guardian Gazette: August 2018 Newsletter

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