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Winter Weather and Your Roof

Icicles on a snow covered roof

Winter is right around the corner, but countless are already experiencing winter weather. With snow and ice comes roofing problems. Luckily, Park City Roofing is here to give you some tips to help keep your roof in great shape this winter.

Roof Checks

It is always necessary to keep an eye on your roof. Roofs are very durable, but over time they can become damaged. A insignificant repair can quickly turn into a more significant issue. Check your roof for missing shingles, ice dams, and snow or ice weight. All of these things can lead to water and structural damages to your roof and property.

Ice and Snow Removal

Ice and snow can be heavy, very heavy. The weight that ice and snow put on your roof can cause significant damages. If you see a buildup of ice or snow on your roof, call a professional for safe snow and ice removal. Ice and snow on your roof can become a safety factor. Park City Roofing has the tools to safely remove ice and snow from your roof, keeping your family and property safe.

Ice dams are the main concern has more snowstorms occur. Ice dams form as water melts and refreezes. Water becomes trapped, causing structural and water damages to your home. Ice dams are very hazardous for your roof and property. If you think you have an ice dam, call a professional. Any excess ice and snow must be removed from your roof to ensure it does not become damaged from the weight of water, ice, and snow.

If you need ice or snow roof removal, always call a professional. Without the proper equipment, you could risk injury or damages to your property. It is important to have a plan in place before Winter sets in, and the weather becomes more severe. For more info, check out our other blogs or give us a call for all your roof repair or snow removal needs!

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