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Freezing Temperatures For Atlanta Roofs and Roofers

by Bill Mixon on 01/07/15

BRRR!!  It's Freezing outside!  Tonight it is expected to drop below 20 degrees and that's cold for all of us here in the Atlanta Metro Area!  If you are a roofer in the Atlanta Metro region and need to be outside over the next few days please take caution!  As seasoned professionals in the industry that have worked in extreme heat and cold, we know that the enviornment can truly impact the installation or repair of residential and commercial roofing systems.  Make sure you check all materials for gutters, roofs and siding to make sure that these components can be installed in below freezing temperatures otherwise 2 things will occur:

  1. The roofing, gutter, or siding system wont fasten or function properly
  2. The home or business owner will not be happy!
For the roofers out there, make sure you bundle up to protect any exposed skin, and always check the footing on your roof that you are about to walk on - check for ice spots, wet spots not only there but on the ladder as well.  We wish everyone a warm as possible and safe work week in these frigid temps.  Visit our website if you need any additional info

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