Currently, the United States is right in the heart of spring, with the beginning of summer fast approaching. It’s a time of year when people finally pull themselves away from their jobs in stuffy offices and their bodies off of their couch where it’s been all winter and start to reengage with the world around them. There are few things that are better than feeling the temperatures warm and realizing you’re soon going to be able to spend your Saturdays hanging out in the park instead of catching up on what new shows Netflix is dropping. You get to head to the pool to read your book instead of having to curl up by heater. The point is that after a long, cold winter like the US just had, it’s really great to be able to open the windows and breathe in some fresh air.
Of course, the spring brings a very specific type of weather to much of the country as well: severe thunderstorms. The fact that warm air from the Gulf of Mexico starts to pour into much of the country warming huge regions of the US means that not only do you get great days to hang out outside, but you also get the potential for violent storms. When this warm air from the Gulf meets with cold air coming down from the Arctic, the difference in temperatures produces massive storms capable of golf-ball sized hail (or larger), tornadoes, and incredible lightning.
These storms are incredible to watch from far away or see on TV, but they aren’t enjoyable to be in. Not only will they scare your dog and your children, but they’re also capable of doing incredible damage top your property. When golf-ball sized hail starts pounding your roof, it’s safe to assume that your roof isn’t going to win the battle. That’s why the spring and early summer are the best times of the year if you’re a residential roof repair company. Of course these companies don’t wish damage to anyone’s home, but when it does occur they’re there to help people get the repairs done quickly. The quicker the repairs can get done the sooner your roof is back to new. Also, it’s usually wise to have your insurance company come out and do an estimate as soon as possible to make sure that they’re the ones that end up paying the roofing company, not yourself.
In much of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, Missouri, and Oklahoma, April, May and June are the months of the year where residential roofers see their most business. They know that these storms do a great deal of damage to homes all over the country, so they’re there to make sure that people don’t have to live with a damaged roof for long at all. If your home has recently been hit by a bad storm and you need your roof repaired, replaced or just inspected, contact the team over at Campbell Beard Roofing. In business since 1995, they’ll get your roof repaired in a jiffy.