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Weather Conditions That Most Affect Your Roof

A roofer checks out damage after a storm in Marietta

We know how hard it is to keep up a home. There are so many things that can go wrong and, for the most part, they're expensive fixes. One of the most expensive fixes someone will ever make is fixing a damaged roof. Luckily, by being aware of the types of weather that damages roofs, it is possible to protect roofs and extend their lives. When bad weather hits, we always recommend making a quick call to a roofer in Atlanta; a quick assessment could prevent a major leak or even structural damage. Here are a few examples of when to call the professional.

Storms of the South

For those who live in the southeast, strong storms are a part of spring and summer. The large, powerful storms that plague this region often produce hail, strong winds, and even tornadoes. When storms like this come down on a roof, they can leave extensive damage. Whether in the form of hail damage, wind damage, or damage from debris, damage to a roof is usually a serious issue that needs to be addressed promptly and professionally. After a big storm, we encourage homeowners to take a long, hard look at their rain gutters and, for those physically able, to get up on a ladder and take a closer look at their roof. If anything seems amiss, call a reputable roofer in Marietta right away.

The Sunshine Belt

As any southerner knows, the only type of weather more common than thunderstorms is sunshine. The south boasts some of the best weather in the nation, with hot and humid summers and mild winters. No matter what time of year it is, chances are there is a sunny day around the corner. However, unbeknownst to many a homeowner is the fact that sun is also damaging to a roof. While it may not have the same dramatic effects as a storm, it does serious damage over time. Even though roof tiles are made to handle heat, they can only take so much abuse. After years in the hot, southern sun, the roof tiles begin to dry up, crack, and crumble. For this reason, we always encourage annual roof inspections. 

By carefully monitoring the changing weather conditions, knowing when to call in a professional roofer is an easy job.

Posted on: 3/28/2016