Batten down the hatches is what sailors at sea used to say when a big storm was approaching. It was a warning call that trouble was brewing—and that preparations should be taken to minimize potential damage by making the ship as watertight as possible.
As we change seasons, it is important to understand the impact that weather has on your building’s roof.
In the fall, your roof can get covered in leaves. Once the leaves fall, it is important that gutters and downspouts are free of debris and flowing properly. Additionally, if your area endured any significant storms, and you didn’t have your roof inspected after the storms, now is a good time. The inspection will identify damage and needed repairs, allowing you to get them fixed before winter.
❄️Winter is here. With that comes heavy snow and ice that can cause problems on your roof. Learn what you can do to prevent them by reading our snow removal infographic.