Why Heavy Rain Can Be a Problem for Your Roof

Why Heavy Rain Can Be a Problem for Your Roof

After a dry and suffocating summer, residents all over northern Texas, including the Dallas / Fort Worth area, are probably excited to have heavy rain returning. This shift in weather typically indicates cooler months of the year. At the same time, heavy rainfall can also cause headaches and discomfort for homeowners who may not be ready to face the challenges associated with water leakage into their roof systems. At Springtree Restoration in Frisco, TX, our team of professional roofing contractors has helped residents throughout the DFW Metroplex with a wide variety of roofing related concerns including damage caused by heavy rainfall.

How Your Roof Can Affect Your Home’s Heating and Cooling

How Your Roof Can Affect Your Home’s Heating and Cooling

One of the most challenging aspects of life in Texas is the suffocating summer, and many long-time residents would agree that the cold winter months are sometimes just as difficult. Nobody wants to spend more than they need to on electricity bills to keep their homes at a comfortable temperature. At the same time, many people are not aware of the effect that their roof has on the temperature of their homes. At Springtree Restoration in Allen, TX our team of experienced roofing contractors has spent years working with residents of the DFW Metroplex to help them deal with a wide variety of roofing related projects, and we know just how big of an impact a roofing system can have on a home’s energy efficiency.

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