The arrival of winter means a drop in temperature here in North Texas. Even if you enjoy a lower temperature range in your area, you will not be happy with the impact of freezing conditions on your roof system. Home and business owners have a compelling reason to worry about the possibility of increasing problems with their roofs in winter weather conditions and must take all steps necessary to protect the integrity of their roofs and property. At Springtree Restoration, our team of licensed roofing contractors is always ready to work with people throughout the DFW Metroplex to handle any kind of roofing related problem, including problems caused by freezing weather.
In autumn, before the cold of winter, there is quite a bit of work to be done and regular maintenance tasks to be considered. For most people, for example, this means checking the condition of windows, checking doors and in some cases the walls. While making sure that your home truly resists winter in the coldest months of the year, the roof can be easily forgotten, even though it is one of the most important parts of the house in terms of air penetration and efficient heating or cooling. At Springtree Restoration in Allen, Frisco, and Gainseville, our team of experienced roofing specialists has been working with the residents of these Texas communities for years to solve a variety of roofing problems.
Gusty winds, ice, water, snow, and hail damage all hit hard on your home exterior, but nothing faces more winter weather damage than your roof. The harsh elements of winter all affect your roofing and shingles differently than other elements, and knowing what to expect can help you prepare for impact and reduce the risk of damage. Here’s a list of different winter weather patterns that could affect your roof, and how to minimize their damage. Your friendly team at Springtree Restoration is always standing by to help with roof repairs in Dallas, so give us a call when you need roofing services anywhere in the DFW area!
Every time the seasons change and the temperatures drop again, it’s time for an indoor and outdoor overhaul. Every house needs some TLC, and what better time than before the freezing outdoor temperatures of December-February to get your home ready for action? Here’s how to make your home ready for the new season and keep cozy when you’re indoors – even if the weather outside is frightful.