The Midwest wintertime is known as something that can pack a punch. This is especially true when it comes to your roof. In fact, Indiana homeowners know that the winter here packs more than one punch.
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Indiana, the nineteenth state, is known for basketball, auto racing, and agriculture. Lake Michigan marks the northwest border and the Ohio River lies at the southern border. Indiana was the boyhood home of Abraham Lincoln. The state was also home to many literary figures, including Lew Wallace, Gene Stratton-Porter, and James Whitcomb Riley. Two Big Ten universities are located in Indiana as well: Purdue University and Indiana University. The University of Notre Dame is in South Bend, IN.
The northern part of the state is primarily farmland, with more urban areas near Lake Michigan. Among these farms are some large Amish communities. Indiana also has a substantial Quaker community. Richmond, home of Earlham College, was a major station in the Underground Railroad. Many Quakers were involved in shepherding escaped slaves through Indiana and on north to Canada.
Indianapolis, the capital city, is a popular venue for major sporting events such as the NCAA Men's Final Four. The Indy 500 and the Brickyard 400 are the major racing events at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which is actually located in Speedway, IN. The city has professional basketball and football teams, as well as hockey, baseball, and countless amateur sports events. Monument Circle at the center of the city is a moving tribute to Indiana's many war veterans.
As one of the older states, Indiana has many historical sites. Near Lafayette, Ft. Ouiatenon dates back to the days of the French fur traders when the land was still populated by Native Americans. This heritage is celebrated in the annual festival called Feast of the Hunter's Moon. Not far away is the Tippecanoe Battlefield, the site where William Henry Harrison, then territorial governor, led a small army against Tecumseh and the Prophet. This battle is considered by many historians to be one of the opening clashes of the War of 1812.
The southern part of the state is full of woodlands and gently rolling hills. Brown County State Park is known for spectacular autumn color. The county seat of Nashville is a thriving artist colony. The main street of Nashville is lined with small shops selling anything from quilts to painted saw blades.
We very frequently serve the roofing needs of the following communities in Indiana: Indianapolis, Ft. Wayne, Evansville, South Bend, Gary, Hammond, Bloomington, Muncie, Anderson, Terre Haute, and Lafayette.