Roof Replacement and
Roof Repair Specialist(703) 475-2446
Before Hiring a Vermont roofing contractor, make sure they are Licensed and Insured
Vermont roofing contractors are highly skilled and experienced in all the roof repair situations that local homeowners find themselves in. This dynamic mountain state has all the wind, rain and snow that can be expected from being so far north and all the beauty. This unique state is well known for its snowstorms and thunder and lightning. Businesses and residents alike prioritize a roof inspection at least twice a year to keep up with the weather conditions and the status of their roof.
Vermont gets snow. All this snow has a double effect on the roofs of its residents. The sheer weight of the high quantity of snow amassed on the roof can cause damage to the interior structure, risking its collapse, which would not be at all comfortable in the middle of a winter with sub-zero temperatures. To avoid a roof replacement, make sure that the tresses and joists are sound. When the roofing company comes out to inspect, ask them to give you a free estimate for any issue that they may see forming.
The other risk with all that snow is the formation of ice dams. These are ridges of ice that are caused by the repeated melting and freezing of the snow on the roof. The snow may melt because of hot spots in your roof, indicating poor roof ventilation, or the exterior temperature has risen above 32 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and then the melt off which is flowing off the edge of the roof freezes. Eventually the melted snow starts backing up the roof, under the roofing tile and through the vulnerable areas that are now exposed.
Once spring and summer come, the rains that feed all the lush, green vegetation come as well and any leak that formed during winter is now getting in and adding to the risk of mold and mildew. All these roofing concerns and issues are understood by the professional Vermont roofing contractors who will take care of them.
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