Friday, April 4th, 2014 by Office
Roofs are designed to be able to withstand severe weather conditions, as their primary function is to protect your home and household from rain, snow, hail, and strong winds. But over time, roofs do lose some of the structural integrity they had when newly installed. Metal roofs can rust through and shingles can get blown off. How can you ensure that your roof stays in optimal condition even after years of serving you and your household?
The answer is regular roof inspection and maintenance. These are important parts of home ownership and are your only guarantee that your roof will always be prepared for even the worst weather. That level of peace of mind is priceless, especially during times of erratic weather conditions, like in this AccuWeather report:
While several mild days are in store for this week, Washington, D.C., also faces a soaking.
Monday will turn increasingly rainy as a storm system from the Gulf of Mexico tracks northeastward.
The rain will persist, heavily at times, through Monday evening with amounts on the order of around an inch.
Another surge of warmth will follow for later in the week and return temperatures to the 70s.
Alternating periods of wet and dry weather can take a serious toll on your roof and if you fail to have it inspected and maintained regularly, your roof could suffer from even worse damage in time. Roof repairs aren’t always cheap and replacements are even less so. If you take measures toward preventing damage in the first place, you’re setting yourself up for major savings on Washington roofing services in the future.
Maggio Roofing, one of the most sought-after Washington DC roofing contractors, offers comprehensive roof inspections and preventive maintenance services. Contact their office today for more information on their product and service offerings.
(Article and Excerpt from “Soaking Rain Headed Back to Washington”;)