What To Do If You Have Storm Damage On Your Roof

We’ve finally reached the time of year where Daylight Savings Time kicks back in, “springing” us forward into longer days and warmer weather. And for some of us, it couldn’t come a moment too soon.

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Storm Repairs On Your Roof in Ft. Worth, Texas

Spring is an interesting time for roofing companies. In some ways, you could consider it the end of our “busy season.” You see, in any given year, wintertime is when your roof is truly put to the test. During the summer, your roof gets a lot of sunlight, which does age shingles – but they’re built to withstand that. During winter, however, you’re dealing with inclement weather. And in a place like Ft. Worth, that could mean driving hail, roaring winds or just torrential downpour. And as you might imagine, that puts some strain on your roof!

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Three Signs of Roof Stress Due to Excessive Snow Fall

Snow is one of those things that can be really fun at first, but ultimately might just be a pain in the neck. Oh sure, building snowmen and going snowboarding is fun, but living in a snowy area can be a pain. There’s ice on the roads, your windows freeze, you have to wear four layers just to feel warm outside…  It’s a hassle.

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Winter is Coming: How You Should Prepare Your Roof for the Inclement Weather

Let’s get the most important thing out of the way first: did you notice the Game of Thrones reference in the headline? That’s a phenomenal show you should definitely be watching (as long as you’re OK with mature entertainment). This concludes the entertainment portion of our blog article today.

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Can Your Roof Uphold During a Tornado?

Here in the Lone Star State, we have a lot to be proud of, starting with the fact that we’re the biggest state on the mainland US. One of the things that we may need be so proud of, though, is that we also have the most tornadoes of any state, an average of 137 per year according to the National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration. That’s more than twice the number that hits any other state. So one question homeowners in Texas need to ask themselves is: Will my house, and especially my roof, uphold a tornado?

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Which Natural Disaster Should You Have Most Concern With in Fort Worth, Texas?

If you’ve lived here in Fort Worth for any length of time, or are looking into moving here, you’re probably aware by now that we’re kind of in trouble when it comes to natural disasters. In fact, in a study done not too long ago by Sperling’s Best Places, a group which publishes city rankings, the Dallas area was shown to have the highest risk of natural disaster of any metropolitan area in the US. So it’s reasonable to ask which type of natural disaster in Fort Worth, Texas poses the greatest risk.

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