Residents of the Great Lake State are in for more extreme weather as a forecasted climate change—both long-term and large-scale—is set to grip the region in future. Below is an excerpt of an article published by MLive Media Group on the recently released climate change report:
A climate change report several years in the making was accepted and released today by the government and a large body of scientists. The report illustrates how our U.S. climate is changing, and it breaks down the changes by region of the country. According to the study, Michigan and the Great Lakes will be impacted by climate change in the form of warming and more extreme weather.
The changes are expected to have significant effects on the state’s average temperatures, rainfall, and forest and marine diversity, among several others. While nature has her own way of coping, property owners will likewise have to act soon to minimize the adverse effects the changes may have on the comfort and protection afforded to them by their homes. Getting Michigan roofing systems in good shape, for instance, can go a long way toward ensuring that homes and buildings in the area can withstand the worst of the anticipated extreme weather.
To that end, you can turn to trusted roofing companies in Michigan such as Kroll Construction. As a local contractor, the company has a firsthand understanding of the weather patterns typical of their service area, which helps them equip each client’s property accordingly. Kroll Construction offers a large suite of roofing products from some of the best names in the industry, each of which is engineered to withstand the harshest of weather conditions, thereby offering clients long-lasting value.
In addition to the quality products they carry, Kroll Construction’s team of factory-trained professionals are also more than qualified to offer practical roofing advice. They can help property owners implement precautionary measures to strengthen their homes and buildings against whatever the weather may bring.
(Article sourced from Risks to Michigan and Great Lakes: See what new global warming report says, MLive Media Group, May 6, 2014)