Fear No Weather with a Properly Roofed Property

It’s a big relief that the worst from the last season is over, but the new season isn’t exactly turning up to be the best thing ever either. Though spring is leaps and bounds better, it still has its own turns that can get anyone down. Maryland’s current weather is a fine example of this:

More storms were meanwhile possible, with tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings issued in Southern Maryland.

A tornado warning was issued through 5 p.m. in Charles and St. Mary’s counties as a severe thunderstorm moved through, according to the National Weather Service. Nearly 3 inches of rain is possible to fall by early Thursday morning, on top of 1-2 inches that fell Tuesday. At BWI Marshall Airport, more than 3 inches of rain fell from Monday night through 3 p.m. Wednesday.

Storms are possibly in the evening hours, and could bring damaging winds and possible isolated tornadoes, particularly in Southern Maryland.

With the worst of the weather confined to just a portion of the state, this is the best time to call on Annapolis roofers to have your property checked. After all, seasonal maintenance is important in keeping your roof in top condition to protect your property no matter what the weather may be. You just don’t know what is going to happen so you have to be prepared in case things worsen in your area. Fortunately, you can rely on a roofer like Blair Construction to take care of all your roofing worries.

With so much experience working with any type of damage, Blair Construction has what it takes to address any Annapolis roofing concerns you might have, whether you need repairs, replacements, or routine maintenance. The company is also fully licensed in the state of Maryland and has been certified by top manufacturers in the industry, proving its expertise in the field.

(Article Excerpt from “Widespread flooding closes roads, causes landslide in Charles Village”, The Baltimore Sun, April 30, 2014)

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