Deal Better with Spring: Get a Roof That Can Take on Anything

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Spring still has a ways to go before ending so you can’t rest easy just yet as it has its own way of being harsh. In fact, just recently, the state of Ohio is being threatened by rough weather:

The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook for parts of Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio, including central and southern Ohio.

Rain showers and thunderstorms are predicted for later this afternoon and overnight. Some of them could produce strong wind or hail…

The storms are a part of the massive system that raked the South, killing at least 29 people since Sunday.

The expansive low pressure system is producing disturbances near its edges, said Hickman. “We’re waiting for one of those disturbances to eject its energy into Ohio.”

The storms aren’t going away anytime soon so you have to make sure that your home is prepared for all that is in store for Ohio as forecasted by The Columbus Dispatch. You simply can’t take the risk, not with the safety of your family at stake. That’s why you’d do well to get in touch with a Delaware OH roofing contractor this season to find out if your home is still free from damage like leaks.

Depending on the condition of your roof, you’d either need a repair or replacement. No one really likes to talk worst case scenarios but if you ever have the misfortune of getting storm damage that requires immediate attention, know that you can turn to Muth & Company Roofing for your needs. As a Gahanna OH roofing contractor, we will promptly respond to requests for emergency repairs to ensure your roof holds out until the weather gets better. Once the skies clear, we will be back to assess your roof’s condition better and make the necessary recommendations.

(Article Excerpt from “Central, southern Ohio should see heavy thunderstorms tonight”, The Columbus Dispatch, April 29, 2014)

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