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The Summer Is Here - Did You Wait To Repair Your Roof?
Most people know that if something's broke, it's probably best to fix it. Especially when it comes to you and your family's safety and well-being. Although it can be a hassle to have to deal with, your roof shouldn't be any different. Even though you already know this, you'd probably be surprised to find out just how many people actually wait to fix any damage - whether it be minor or major - that's been inflicted upon their roof. Luckily, with summer right around the bend, you still have a few more weeks to call a contractor to fix your roof (smart), rather than wait it out any longer (not so smart). But, you may be wondering, why repairing your roof before summer begins is important?
With summer comes inclement weather. Rainstorms, high winds, hurricanes (if you live in a Coastal town) and lightning storms are just a few reasons why your roof should be repaired before it gets too late to do so. In Florida, for example, lightning and thunderstorms are almost a daily thing - as they are in many other parts of the nation. During these storms, a small crack in your roof, or poorly-laid shingles, could mean leaks, or more damage once the bad weather begins. And let's face it: No one wants a leaky roof.
Aside from the potential that a faulty roof could ruin your home's interior, or cause harm to you and/or your family, there's also the potential that waiting to fix your roof could only make things worse. Where a small crack or poorly-laid shingle could've be fixed pretty easily, once the high winds get to it, it could get a lot worse. Which means, it could get a lot more expensive to fix.
But, have no fear. Most roof repairs are below $500, which is a small price to pay to protect your home and loved ones. If you haven't already seen an influx of roof repair commercials on TV, it'll probably begin soon. This is the season that contractors know homeowners are least likely to repair their roofs, but most likely to regret not doing so. They understand the risks associated with procrastinating when it comes to fixing your roof, and are looking to educate you the best way they know how.
So, before you spend the money on your summer vacation, consider getting around to fixing that pesky roof problem you've been procrastinating on for so long. You can even start by having a roof contractor come out to take an assessment of the damage and give you a quote. Most contractors would be more than willing to negotiate the bottom line with you, if it means your home is sturdy and your family is safe.
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