August 22, 2020 0 Comments
You may be concerned about the effect that summer storms have had on your New York roof, and that is a very valid concern, but have you considered the negative impact that the sun’s UV rays and the summer heat may have had on your home’s most important layer of protection? These factors, along with the fluctuations in temperature between day and night, can cause thermal shock and have a devastating effect on your roof. If you are lucky enough to have shade trees that tower over your home, they will offer some protection, but if not, you should begin to think about the ways that the summer heat can be damaging your roof.
February 10, 2020 0 Comments
Homeowners living in the American Northeast, in places like upstate Pennsylvania, New York, and throughout New England, typically deal with some of the most variable weather in the country. Summers can be blazing hot and humid while spring and fall make way for milder weather and cooler temperatures. Winters throughout the Northeast can be brutal, bringing both frigidly cold temperatures and heavy snowfall.