Beat Any Weather with a Roof like No Other

Wintery weather expected to hit Pikes Peak region ImageThere’s no going around unpredictable weather so you might as well just brace yourself for whatever’s going to come. And to do that, you have to make sure that your home is aptly prepared to take care of whatever onslaught the elements would bring. There are many ways you can prepare but nothing says your home is ready than a good solid roof. If the harsh winter did a number on yours, it’s time to call in reinforcements by contacting a Colorado Springs roofing contractor. This weather report should serve as a subtle reminder:

Spring might have sprung but wintery weather conditions haven’t left yet.

The National Weather Service in Pueblo warns of “wintery driving conditions” during the Thursday morning commute across Southern Colorado, portions of which could see several inches of snow by Thursday afternoon.

At the end of March, typically the snowiest month of the season, Colorado Springs had received about 5 inches less than the average snowfall totals, and year-to-date precipitation levels are about 25 percent below average, according to the weather service.

State snowpack levels, however, are above average, and the mountains continue to receive snow.

If you want top-notch roofing in Colorado Springs, it is best that you invest in a roofing contractor that has a knack for “putting water in its place.” AquaDuct Roof and Gutters has been in the business for more than 40 years now so it definitely knows more than a thing or two about dealing with roof repairs and replacements.

By working with only the best materials and employing proper installation techniques, AquaDuct Roof and Gutters is able to make the most out of your investments, guaranteeing that you get years out of just one job. The company is also licensed and certified to install roofing products from top home building manufacturers so your purchase will be fully protected.

(Article Excerpt and Image fromwintery weather expected to hit Pikes Peak region, gazette.com)