• Snow & Ice Shield Installation

    By:Steven Briesemeister

    As homeowners, we always concern ourselves with the harsh weather that accompanies the winter season. The cold temperatures and build-up of snow and ice can cause a wide array of roofing problems. Installing snow and ice shield installation is one way to protect your roof from the worst Mother Nature has to offer. Snow is a beautiful thing, but not if it’s sitting on our roof and costing us big bucks in repairs

    Snow & Ice Shield Protects Your Home

    By choosing snow and ice shield installation, you will be protecting your home in an efficient and budget conscious way. grace ice and water shield You can also have snow guards installed, which will protect from heavy snow slide-offs. These guards will hold the snow in place to allow for controlled melting. If left alone, snow can cause a lot of weight on your roof and carries the potential to damage the structure of your roof. It can cause leaks, rotting and other problems. In addition, heating costs may rise due to the presence of moisture.

    Hire A Professional Roofing Contractor For this type of job, it’s best to seek the assistance of a professional roofing contractor. Walking on the roof can be dangerous, especially if there is a presence of water, snow or ice. If the roof is wet in any way, it will become slippery and pose a risk to anyone working on it. Professional contractors know how to apply snow and ice shield installation and they will know to schedule such work on the best day possible in order to avoid working on a wet roof.

    Roof Care & Maintenance

    Regular maintenance and check-ups are key to promoting your roof’s longevity. This is especially true during the winter months. Inspect the roof, or hire a professional to do it for you, several times each year. Be sure to conduct an inspection after any major snow storm and in early spring.

    Applying Snow and Ice Shield Installation

    When you are ready to apply snow and ice shield installation to you home, contact a qualified roofing contractor. When choosing a contractor, ask for references, confirm that the contractor is licensed, check with the local Better Business Bureau, etc. It’s also important that the contractor provide you with a written proposal, which should detail the work needed, a budget and completion time. The contractor’s duties should be spelled out specifically in order to avoid confusion. Ask for warranty information on any/all products that the contractor intends to use and make sure that you keep a copy of any such information. Finally, ask about liability insurance and for proof of it’s existence.


    • 1. Jun 27 2016 10:35PM by Adam

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    • 2. Jun 27 2016 10:36PM by Adam


    • 3. Aug 20 2016 9:50AM by Tony The Roofer

      Appreciating the time and energy you put into your blog and detailed information you offer. It’s awesome to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same unwanted rehashed material. Great read! I’ve saved your site and I’m including your RSS feeds to my Google account. http://www.designroofingcorp.com/tony-the-roofer/

    • 4. Dec 15 2016 3:34PM by Alex Logan

      Thank you for the great post! Keep up the good work and great information...


    • 5. Dec 15 2016 3:36PM by Tyler Moss

      Great blog post! Roof care is very important and i will be taking this inforamtion back with me to my team! Thank you!

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