For most areas of the U.S., it has been crucial times weather-wise.We could imagine mild and pleasant spring days, but many of us are still experiencing snow, gusts and chills.However, sooner or later, spring will really be here, and when that happens, you may see that the uncommonly drastic cold weather has taken a ridiculous toll on your roof.
It is sometimes understandable that you tend to skip inspecting your roof because it can be tedious and the weather varies from year to year so it’s easy for us to be lulled into a false sense of security. For instance, in Akron, right now is a little far out compared to the typical weather for the last two decades in the same part of the year:
Friday marks the first full day of spring, which officially started at 12:57 p.m. Thursday, but you’d never know it judging by these photos from people around northeast Ohio.
We’ve got them coming in from Clarksville, Strongsville, Norton, Akron and Doylestown with reports from Bath, Copley and Fairlawn too.
Power of 5 meteorologists Tera Blake saw some “light, steady snow” coming for some areas around northeast Ohio. The good news is that we will warm up and should hit close to 50 degrees by this afternoon.”
While the cold can make your roof collapse, the primary reason for most roof breakdowns is improper installation.Your home is your fortress and the harsh Ohio weather will try to attack it every chance it can get.
Secure and defend your roof by never trusting your assets with an inexperienced roofer. Hire only Akron roofers like D&M Roofing that has completed thousands of successful installations in 12 years in the business. With such experience, they surely know the requirements for quality installation and can identify all the probable pitfalls.
Do not wait for your roof to be mowed down and blown away by a dangerous storm (or a wolf by huffing and puffing); like the smart little pig who built his house with bricks and stone, you ought to install a stronger roof like metal to repel even the harshest conditions.
(Article and Images from Newsnet5.com, “It’s supposed to be 50 degrees Friday but snow showers surprise Northeast Ohioans looking for Spring”; March 21, 2014)