On Oscar weekend, the biggest movie news in Fort Worth may be the plans for a new drive-in theater just north of downtown. What’s old is new again, right? Movie fans over 40 will recall the time when drive-in theaters were more widely available. Younger moviegoers, accustomed to watching movies online or receiving them in the mail, may not share the same feelings of nostalgia. But all audience members may enjoy ordering snacks and beverages from their smartphones. You couldn’t do that when watching Star Wars in its first release.
The blend of an old entertainment form with some modern conveniences may do well in attracting movie fans this summer. With films like Madagascar 3 set for release, it promises to be a terrific time for family fun. although G.I. Joe: Retaliation is one you’ll want to watch without the kids. Just make sure the air conditioning is working well and you bring some bug spray on those hot summer nights.
In our line of work, we often see a blend of old and new in the homes we work on. Since the roof contributes greatly to the look of a house, homeowners should carefully choose a roofing system. Not every style is suitable for every home so choosing one that will complement the rest of your home is essential.
Some customers may replace an asphalt shingles with a metal roof because of its durability and ability to reflect solar radiation. They’re not bound by the tradition of what’s been on the home for years. They’re forward-thinking consumers, and concerned about energy efficiency.
Other Texas homeowners with older homes may want to restore the original look of the home or select more traditional options for home improvement roofing and siding products. Its with a depth of experience and full knowledge of product options, including GAF roofing systems, that Crosby Roofing can advise these customers during the selection process.
Marrying old and new can be a terrific way to refresh the look of your Texas home with help from Crosby Roofing. Give us a call at 866-244-6181 today. We’ll make it as easy as possible, and promise to save the drama for the big screen.