Did your roof get you through the winter, but just barely? This is a question that’s been posed to many homeowners, as spring has finally arrived.
Winter weather in Michigan is fraught with a combination of snow sleet ice and even rain - all of which can do a lot of real damage to one of the most important parts of your home, your roof. When it comes to weather, your roof takes on the brunt of any damage that can be caused to your home. When we get those very heavy snows as we often do, the weight of all that snow accumulating on the roof can often lead to unforeseen damages - that’s actually go ahead and until a leak is detected, or an experienced professional actually takes a look at the roof itself.
A roof can often times hide the damage because it’s not an immediately accessible area of your home. During the harsh winter months, the roof can begin to sag, shingles can actually be blown off, or ice can accumulate between the shingles - and then melt down into the actual frame. Sometimes the process of water getting through the shingles, through the flashing and through the wood takes a bit of time - while the damage, unbeknownst to the homeowner gets worse and worse.
So, the question regarding whether or not a person’s roof has made it successfully through the winter can be virtually unknown to anyone who lives under the roof, but hasn’t ventured onto the roof with experienced eyes. Michigan roofing Hansons – roofing Troy, MI figures high on our local radar, as they are a company with local ties, and has a sensitivity and experience in dealing with property issues that arise in homes in our area.
Calling Michigan roofing Hansons – roofing Troy, MI for free quote is a simple and painless way to finally get the answer to the question of how well your has survived the bitter winter. Hanson’s will send out an experienced technician to take a look at your roof firsthand, and give you a clear understanding of the work that has to be done and the associated pricing - all of this with no commitment necessary on your part - so it’s a win-win situation.