Roofing Redford MI: American Standard Roofing

Roofing Redford:

As premier roofers, American Standard Roofing has done a lot of home improvement and roofing Redford projects. We specialize in roofing, sidings and gutters. We also install insulation and other home improvement projects. Call or contact us today. We will take care of all your roofing Redford Michigan needs.

Redford Background:

Redford Township is a charter township in Wayne County Michigan. It is a suburb of Detroit. The population was 48,362 at the 2010 census.

Redford History:

Springwells Township and Bucklin Township were formally organized and laid out by gubernatorial act on April 12, 1827. Due to postal regulations prohibiting two post offices having the same name, when a township was subdivided unique names had to be found. The Bucklin name was extinguished when it was split on October 29, 1829, along what is today Inkster Road into Nankin Township (west half) and Pekin Township (east half), named as a result of a wave of interest in China. In March 1833 Pekin was renamed Redford and the southern half became Dearborn Township on April 1. The name Redford was chosen because Indians and pioneers forded the River Rouge where the river runs through Redford. The word ‘rouge’ is French for the color red.

Redford Geography:

Redford Township is a western suburb of Detroit. According to the United States Census Bureau, the township has a total area of 11.2 square miles. It is all land. The middle branch of the River Rouge flows through the Lola Valley Park in the township. Bell River, another branch of the Rouge River, flows through Western Golf Club and Bell Creek Park.

Redford Trivia:

Redford is the site of Cloud City Studios, where the band Walls of Jericho recorded their debut album, From Hell.

Official Township Website:

Click here for Redford official township website. You can also access other information about the township here.

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