Twin Cities Roofing, Safely Removing Snow
Twin Cities roofing can be buried under snow when winter hits. Safely removing snow requires planning.
Winter has officially struck the Midwest. With the change of seasons also comes significant snow fall. This time of year homeowners begin to wonder how and when they should remove snow from their Twin Cities roofing. Roofing companies know this can be a dangerous task if not done properly.
Roof contractors recommend taking several important precautions to make sure you and your roof remain safe during this winter season.
Tradition Roofing and Exteriors owner says, “It’s important to remember your roof needs to be treated differently than your sidewalk or driveway. They aren’t the same type of surface. Chemicals and other tools shouldn’t be used on roofing. What works great on pavement can cause expensive damage to your roof shingles, and ultimately the rest of your home.”
A Consumer Safety Commission found more than 100 deaths and over 100,000 ladder injuries happen in a typical year. Part of these numbers include home owners using ladders in snowy and icy conditions, and trying to remove snow from a roof from ladders.
Tradition Roofing and Exteriors, http://www.traditionroofing.com/, are roofing experts in the Twin Cities area. Find out more about snow removal and other important roofing topics, http://www.traditionroofingblog.com/.
- Contact Information
- Scott Landa
- Tradition Roofing and Exteriors
- (1) 651-698-3024
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