It’s hard to imagine roof problems on a hot, dry day when temperatures are soaring. The monsoon season is here, and with it, unpredictable weather. Over the next few months we will experience more severe weather than many other states. Monsoon storms bring high winds, dust and torrential downpours, resulting in damaged roofs and expensive repairs. Minor roof issues can quickly become major problems during monsoon season.
Maybe you had people working on your roof last winter installing solar, fixing your air conditioning, or fitting a new skylight. Or maybe you have trees near your property, overhanging your roof. Any of these could have caused roof damage that could quickly become an expensive problem this summer. If you are not certain your roof is ready, check with a licensed, insured roofing contractor to be sure. Check SUNVEK!
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