Protecting Your Roof Come Snow or Sunshine

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Even with announcements that spring is officially here, the new season isn’t exactly making itself felt. What we do feel though is the temperature dropping when it should be getting warmer. Talk about uncharacteristic. Unfortunately, this seems to be the new normal, so as a homeowner, you need to ensure that your property can keep up with the unpredictable weather. Below is the latest weather report:

Rain in the forecast, with a sharp drop in temperatures, puts snowflakes back in play — two weeks into April, according to the National Weather Service.

After a horrible, miserable winter, one would have hoped temperatures in the 70s would suggest that snow was far behind us.

Not so, says the National Weather Service. In northern Virginia, temperatures are expected to drop Tuesday, just in time for a strong storm moving through the area.

Precipitation and cold temperatures are a recipe for, well, the opposite of a sunny spring break.

It’s tough when you can’t catch a break from the harsh weather, but if you can be sure that your home and household stays protected from the elements, you have very little to worry about. Fortunately, a little help from Woodbridge roofing contractors like Mid Atlantic Construction of VA and MD (MAC) will do the trick.

MAC is known for treating every customer as a business partner, so you’re assured that they will stop at nothing to ensure your satisfaction. Their years of solid experience in the local roofing business and their licensed and factory-certified contractors are your guarantee that every job will be done right the first time. MAC uses only the best materials from big-name roofing manufacturers like CertainTeed and GAF. Apart from Woodbridge roof repair, MAC also offers total home improvement solutions such as siding, gutter, and window installation, repair, and maintenance services. To know more, visit www.macofvaandmd.com.

(Article Excerpt and Image from “Chance of Snow in Virginia … Yes, Really”, Patch.com, April 14, 2014)