BRAX Offers Advice on Winter Roofing Repairs

GAITHERSBURG, MD–(Marketwired – December 20, 2016) – BRAX Roofing, the leading provider of exterior home services in Montgomery County and surrounding areas, has published a blog post to help homeowners in the Maryland and D.C. region decide whether a roof repair should be attempted during the winter season. The post, Should DMV Homeowners Wait Out the Winter to Do Roof Repairs?

Winter comes with a perception of added urgency for DMV homeowners; snow, wind, and ice are natural concerns. The season does bring challenges to roof repairs, but the best contractors can overcome these challenges … to a point. BRAX’s new blog post offers guidelines for homeowners to remember when considering hiring a roofer for a winter repair. The post looks at:

  • The importance of emergency repairs no matter the season
  • Factors to take into account when considering repairs for flat, shingled, and metal roofs

“Some roofing repairs can’t wait, some can be done in the winter, and some are better suited for warmer weather,” says Ben Matthews, Managing Partner of BRAX Roofing. “Our blog post assists homeowners in figuring out which option might be best for them.”

About BRAX Roofing
BRAX Roofing, a small business serving the Maryland and D.C. area, is dedicated to providing customers with superior home improvement services. As a GAF-certified and Better Business Bureau-accredited company, BRAX Roofing specializes in roofing, siding, windows, doors, gutters, and skylights. BRAX offers high-quality products and installation customized for individual homeowner needs, and takes pride in delivering outstanding customer service on every job.

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BRAX Offers Advice on Winter Roofing Repairs was originally published on swansea.elevateroofing.co.uk

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