Winter, spring, summer, fall—each season has its characteristic weather, clothing, sports, and hobbies. It’s also true that each season brings its own risks to your home. As you welcome every change through the year, keep an eye out for these hazards as well.
If you live in an area where the temperatures drop precipitously in the winter months, you probably know to look out for icy sidewalks and frozen pipes. But do you know what your roof snow load measurement is? Heavy snowfall can do more than just cover up your car and fill your days with shoveling. It can actually put your roof at risk. As that mass of frozen water melts, it may also create a flooding risk around the base of your home and on any weak spots in your roof.
Spring and Summer
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