With the Weather Becoming more Relentless, It’s Best to be Prepared

Batten down the hatches! A slow moving cold front will bring widespread heavy rain across Greensboro. As we transition into the summer, the weather is becoming more difficult to deal with. According to this weather report from WFMY News 2’s Grant Gilmore:

“An area of low pressure will develop along the advancing cold front Thursday afternoon causing the storms to build in strength. In an already moisture rich environment heavy rain will become the primary concern through Thursday afternoon and evening, producing a threat for flash flooding across the Piedmont and Foothills. 1-2″ of rain will be likely with more than 3″ of rain possible in some locations. As a result a Flash Flood Watch has been issued for the western Piedmont, Foothills and Mountain communities. This Flash Flood Watch will remain in effect until Friday morning.”

This kind of weather will become more frequent as time passes. Is your home prepared? Last winter may have taken its toll so have your home thoroughly inspected, specifically the roof, for any damage. There could already be cracks resulting in leaks, and these can cause much more damage than you think – repairing water damage on home fixtures or furniture can be very costly.

Fortunately, it’s not yet too late. Among the roofing contractors in Greensboro NC ABC Roofing is the contractor of choice for any roof repairs, including asphalt, fiberglass, or wood shingles and slate or metal roofing. Our expert craftsmen can handle any repair or roof replacement job.

Because your safety matters, we also provide other services that can further ensure your family’s security. Our replacement windows and siding, for instance, also help in increasing your home’s overall stability level. With severe weather, it’s best to always be ready. If you’re looking for roofers in Greensboro NC that care about your family’s safety, look no further because at ABC Roofing, your family and your home will always be in good hands.

(Article Excerpt from Heavy Rain And Strong Winds Possible In The Triad Thursday. May 15, 2014)