MAC Makeup Wholesale MAC Cosmetics Wholesale

3 Things That Might Cause Roofing Damage in the Fall | JGL Roofing | jglroofing.com

3 Things That Might Cause Roofing Damage in the Fall

The temperatures have started to drop, making it time to break out the heavier jackets. With football taking over every television screen in America and the leaves beginning to fall, there’s no doubt that we’re in the midst of autumn.

 

While you’re out cheering on your favorite team or picking the best pumpkin for a spooky jack-o-lantern, your roof might be in need of a little TLC this season. If you’ve been putting off calling your local roof replacement service in Fairfax County, VA, make sure you move it to the top of your to-do list, especially if the damage is caused by one of these three common fall roofing hazards.

 

  • During fall, animals are scurrying around and preparing for their winter hibernation. This can have them start helping themselves to tiles or other pieces of your roof. Critters like squirrels, raccoons and mice may try to burrow through your roof to get to the warmth inside or even try to steal a loose shingle for their nests.

 

  • High-speed winds. Hurricane season runs through the middle of November, so fall is one of the most common times of year for wind-related roofing damage. Hurricane winds can quickly reach over 160 miles per hour, a speed that can take even the most sturdy shingles for a ride!

 

  • Excessive rain. Just like high wind speeds, large amounts of rain can also cause damage to an older roof or exasperate older issues. If water is able to soak through the roof and into the insulation of the attic, this can create a breeding ground for mold that can hurt the health of you and your family.

 

The bottom line? While you’re enjoying the fall season, don’t neglect your roof. Be sure to call your favorite local company providing roof replacements in Fairfax County, VA if you need assistance fixing your roof or assessing new damage.

COLD WEATHER TIPS
Use a heavy-duty, clear plastic sheet on a frame or tape clear plastic film to the inside of your window frames to reduce drafts.

Install tight-fitting, insulating window shades on windows that feel drafty after weatherizing.

Close your curtains and shades at night to protect against cold drafts; open them during the day to let in warming sunlight.

Install exterior or interior storm windows, which can reduce heat loss through the windows by approximately 10%-20%, depending on the type of window already installed in the home.

They should have weatherstripping at all movable joints; be made of strong, durable materials; and have interlocking or overlapping joints.

Repair and weatherize your current storm windows, if necessary.
JGL Roofing on Roof
CONTACT JGL
Lifetime Warrenty
Price Matching
Thank You. We will contact you as soon as possible.
Financing
Today!
Schedule a Free Estimate
Thank You. We will contact you shortly.
Schedule a Free Estimate
Thank You. We will contact you shortly.