Roofers

Tipp City OH

Our Midwest weather is unpredictable and it’s not uncommon to find your roof has been damaged during a springtime storm or winter blizzard. If you discover storm damage on your roof, it’s important you contact a professional team right away before the damage gets worse. At RA Cooks Renovations, our friendly professional team can help.

Repair Services for Your Storm Damaged Roof

A quick repair is imperative when your roof is damaged. Roofing contractors that schedule weeks or months out are putting their clients at risk for further roof damage. The RA Cooks Renovations team knows that delaying roof repairs can mean a more extensive job with a bigger price tag. That’s why we prioritize our storm damage customers, completing their repairs as soon as possible and minimizing the chance for further damage.

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Outdoor Adventures in Tipp City

Tipp City, OH, is surrounded by a gorgeous landscape that’s perfect for so many outdoor activities. If you have the chance to visit Tipp City, be sure to spend some time visiting these local attractions.

  • Visit Barefoot Canoe for some afternoon fun in the sun. Visitors have the opportunity to rent a canoe or kayak, get out on the water, and enjoy the beauty of nature. This friendly little canoe shop has been serving the community since the early 1970’s and is a favorite weekend activity for the locals. Be sure to call ahead to check schedules and rental availability.
  • Pack up the kids and head over to the Tippecanoe Aquatic Center! Perfect for adults and children of all ages, the Aquatic Center offers two heated swimming pools, a lap pool, and speed water slides. For smaller children, there’s a zero-depth entry pool complete with waterfalls and sprayers for play. When you need a break, visit the comfortable bathhouse and concession stand.
  • Learn all about local and regional history at the Tippecanoe Historical Society and Museum. The historical building, which served as the town’s post office from 1929-1939, has been a museum since 1991. Visitors will enjoy carefully curated memorabilia and artifacts along with a variety of exhibits focusing on the town’s role in the state’s history.

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