Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 by Office
Thinking of doing some roofing maintenance today? You’d expect that as we go deeper into the summer season, we’d have a heat wave on our hands right now. Fortunately, the weather is going to be pleasant for the time being, which leaves a lot of room for outdoor activities, including roof maintenance. According to this article on the Washington Post:
Amazingly, the deeper we go into what should be the Dog Days of summer, the better the weather seems to get. Yesterday was spectacular and today is almost as nice, just a few degrees warmer. The good times roll right on into Thursday before humidity and shower chances creep back Friday into this weekend. Still, no real heat wave on the horizon, at least not through the early part of next week.
We don’t know how long this kind of weather is going to last. The next downpour or hurricane could be looming in the horizon. When was the last time you conducted maintenance? The heavy rain during the past months may have delayed your regular checkup. If so, better check now for damage like holes or missing shingles. Give that roof and gutters in Washington DC a thorough check as well.
Once you determine the severity of the damage, you will need a professional, especially when some shingles or some parts need to replaced, or when the gutters need some work as well. If the need arises, you need a reputable roofing company that can install the right materials with professionalism and precision.
Maggio Roofing has been in the business of roofing and gutter installation in Washington DC for 23 years. We know that proper installation ensures that your roof can withstand those heavy downpours as well as the gutters can effectively carry all that excess water away from to avoid water damage and improve longevity.
Optimize the performance of your roof and gutters with proper installation. Choose the right company to get the best installers for your roofing system needs. For more information, contact Maggio Roofing for your queries.
(Article Excerpt from D.C. area forecast: Fabulous again, with no major heat wave in sight, http://www.washingtonpost.com/, July 30, 2014)