Give Your Roof a Fighting Chance against Extreme Weather
With the kind of weather the US has been having, it would seem that erratic is the new normal. There’s rain and snow and cold winds where there shouldn’t be, but there’s nothing you can really do about it, except maybe ensure that the roof over your head can withstand all that abuse. Check out the current state of things according to The Detroit News:
Forecasters say a storm moving through the Great Lakes region could bring more than a foot of snow to parts of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Sleet and freezing rain also are expected. By the time the storm ends, forecasters say parts of the U.P. could get 12 to 18 inches of snow.
Winds gusting to up to 35 mph are expected to contribute to hazardous driving conditions.
In the Lower Peninsula, forecasters are warning about the potential for freezing rain in parts of mid-Michigan and western Michigan, including Mount Pleasant and Ludington. Rain is in the forecast for other parts of the Lower Peninsula.
There’s no getting away from the awful weather, so you might as well do all you can to protect your home and household. Contractors like Kroll Construction, one of the leading Michigan roofing companies, are ready to lend a hand.
At a time like this, you can’t afford to let just any roofer take care of your property. You ought to get someone who has the credentials and the experience to back up advertising claims – after all, anyone can just say they’re the best. As one of the premier roofing companies in Michigan, Kroll Construction goes beyond talk; their team is well placed to offer clients products from the country’s top manufacturers as well as an unbeatable range of services.
Kroll Construction is a family-owned business managed by brothers Ron, Todd, and Brian Kroll. They treat all clients like family and offer impeccable customer service on any and every project. With the Detroit weather turning for the worse, you’ll need all the personal help you can get.
(Article Image and Excerpt from Storm could bring foot of snow to Upper Peninsula; The Detroit News)