According to the Farmer’s Almanac, Winter 2015-2016 is going to be cold and snowy in the Midwest.
Ok, so that news isn’t really much of a surprise. The point here is that you really don’t want to discover that your roof needs repair or replacement when you’re buried under six or more inches of snow and ice and see the telltale signs of ceiling damage. Now, imagine that snow and ice melting in a mid-season thaw and what was once a concern has quickly become an emergency for you and your tenants.
Fall is the perfect time to have your roof inspected. The stresses of torrential rain and extreme heat are pretty much over for the season, and potential problems or issues with your roof can easily be identified and addressed. Here are some tips regarding roof inspections:
Be sure your roof is ready to handle the snow that’s coming this Winter. The architects, engineers and roof consultants at K2N Crest offer professional architectural and structural design and evaluation services to building owners and managers throughout Illinois and Hawaii. www.k2n.com
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