Don’t be Left in the Cold: Winter Roof Problems Mean Higher Costs, Less Contractor Availability & Slower Project Completions
If you’ve missed the deadline for the roofing slow season (4th of July – Labor Day), you’re already on a race against the clock, but there’s still time if you schedule now!
Winter is the worst time to have a roof problem! Frigid temperatures, high winds and heavy snow & ice can cause anything from a minor roof leak to a major cave-in.
In Wisconsin, winter causes lots of roofing problems, which means roofing contractors are extra busy. Homeowners who postpone getting their roof inspected and fixed are usually the ones who end up with a roofing problem in the middle of winter.
Roof problems in the winter means less contractor availability, delayed response times and slower project completions – not to mention, your house is more open to the elements, which means higher utility bills and inconvenienced comfort.
Do you have…
- Buckling Shingles
- Missing Shingles
- Visible Water Damage
- Sagging or Bending
- Visible Cracks in Roof Boards
- Shingle Granules in the Gutters
- Roof Age of 20-25+ Years
If you have any of the above issues, contact us immediately so we can get one of our roofing contractors out to your house as fast as possible to do an inspection, give you some options & prices.
Don’t be left in the cold this winter with a roof problem.