You may think that summer is the best time for construction repairs and everything but hear us out: fall is the best time to get your roof fixed. There are a couple of good reasons. Read this article and you will see how to make your home more secure and even save extra money.
Winter Is Just Around The Corner
Yes, you may call it the main reason to get your roof fixed before the fall ends. You have to make sure you are safe and secure at your house. When winter approaches, the temperature drops, creating even way worse conditions for any kind of repairs. If your roof had any missing shingles, be prepared for the situation to get even worse after the temperature drop and snow starting to fall. The costs you’d have to pay in fall will be much more expensive in the winter or spring, because you will have even more damage that you’d have to fix.
Another reason to do in before winter starts is keeping your bills lower. A perfectly fine roof will not the heat escape for a much longer time. You can save extra money if there aren’t any problems with your roof. A broken roof usually causes the heat from your home to escape more quickly, meaning you would have to turn up thermostat more often.
Okay, we got it, fix it before winter. But why shouldn’t you do it in the summer? The main reason is temperature. Some materials require temperature to be in the range from 45 to 65. Fall gives you the opportunity to set up your roof in perfect conditions. This way the roof will last way longer, and you will not have to make any repairs in the next couple of years.
Do it now
It’s already the end of September, so if you haven’t made your mind yet, do it right now. Go and check your roof for any breaks or missing pieces. You still have the time to enter winter season with a high-quality roof made by professionals. Do it now so you won’t have to worry about it when the weather gets worse and the snow starts falling.
Contact BR Masonry & Restoration Inc. or give us at call at (609) 686-5577 to request a quote today. We can inspect your roof and see if it’s all set for winter.