Projects w/ Payoff: New Roof Rated Best Home Investment

A momentous year-end 2015 Remodeling Impact Report says replacing a worn or damaged roof is one of the best investments we can make in our homes, whether we are planning to sell or stay put. What’s more, prospective homebuyers rated a new roof the single most appealing and valuable… Read More

Window Condensation Warnings & Resistance

Our windows tell us a lot about homes. During the heating season, the message often is about excess moisture and air leaks. Warm, moist indoors-air cools and condenses on the colder glass. The problem tends to be worst on the side of the house that gets the least direct sunlight and… Read More

Hoffman Weber Scores NARI Contractor of the Year Honors for Exterior Facelift

Hoffman Weber Construction entered the National Association of the Remodeling Industry’s annual Minnesota Contractor of the Year (CotY) competition last month and scored gold on its first attempt. Project Manager Philip Hide accepted the CotY trophy for the best Residential Exterior <$100,000 at the association’s Black Tie/Red Carpet event… Read More

Score game tickets & gear with our Official Minnesota Wild Partnership

  Hoffman Weber is proud to be an official partner of the Minnesota Wild to support the team, its loyal fans and the game of hockey. “Like Wild fans, Hoffman Weber was born in the State of Hockey. What better way to reward our own fans than to share our season tickets… Read More

Suspect Hail Damage? Let Hoffman Weber Prove It!

If your home has experienced a significant hailstorm this summer, contact Hoffman Weber today for a free, zero-pressure inspection. We not only will tell you whether you have a legitimate insurance claim. We’ll prove it! Our storm response team uses a strict quantitative & visual approach to… Read More

Get Religion on Climate Change with Hoffman Weber Construction

  It’s time for people to ‘get religion’ about climate change and act to reduce carbon emissions that scientists say are causing the earth to warm and sea levels to rise, leading to severe weather events and natural disasters.   The "Ecological Crisis" We Can't Afford to Ignore Pope… Read More
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