Tuesday, November 18th, 2014 by Scott Siegal
Early this year, the Washington Post reported that Washington DC was hit by a massive snowstorm, resulting in a seven-inch-deep snow. This occurrence has been recorded as the 10th biggest snowstorm DC has experienced in March. While we can’t stop a snowstorm from occurring, residents should be prepared for any possible hits, especially when winter is just around the corner.
Maggio Roofing, a leading roofer in Washington DC, answers one of the most frequently asked questions about snowstorms: what should be done before and after a snowstorm?
Mitigation and extreme preparation are key in handling a snowstorm way before it hits your area. You may choose to do the following:
There are also some things to be done after a snowstorm has hit. The following are simple enough to do on your own, but do exercise caution:
Do not attempt to climb the roof, though. Leave the complicated tasks to the experts. For roof repair or replacements, contact Washington DC roofers Maggio Roofing.
We at Maggio Roofing want you to be prepared for whatever may happen before, during, and after a snowstorm. We hope that you find these tips helpful indeed.