To keep that roof over your head, you toil hard. The longevity of your residence must be maintained for this reason. You’ll save a lot of time and money if you pay attention to the seasonal weather variations that have an impact on your property. And while you might initially think of the most extreme weather that mother nature can dish out (such as hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards, etc.), it actually takes far less to over time cause structural damage in a home. Fortunately, prevention is always preferable to treatment. The harmful weather conditions that can occur year-round are listed here, along with easy steps you (or a service technician) can take to protect your house.
Spring / Summer
A flood of anticipation for warmer weather, beach days, vacations, barbeques, and entertaining indoor activities hits during the spring and summer seasons. Nevertheless, we frequently overlook the fact that the summer may produce some of the most violent storms, fires, hail, and floods. In fact, in the summer of 2021, almost 1 in 3 Americans** experienced a weather disaster, and this tendency is predicted to persist. Therefore, it’s more crucial than ever to prepare your property to endure the elements.
Fall / Winter
Frigid temperatures, mounds of snow, icicles hanging from the gutters… The cold weather does more than put a damper on your mood – it greatly affects your home. So be prepared before the year’s first freeze.