If you’ve lived in Houston for any amount of time, then you know that the summer weather doesn’t end just because summer does. It’s been the typical brutally hot summer, and September doesn’t seem to be any better, despite autumn starting Sept. 22. According to Accuweather, the average temperatures will be a high of the low-90’s and a low of the low-70’s. This is only a couple of degrees lower than August—the hottest month of the year.
To an extent, it seems only natural that September would remain hot by coming on the heels of August. So be prepared for more heat, Houston.
Speaking of being prepared, the best way to be prepared is by having a roof that is prepared for all kinds of weather. At Amstill Roofing, we know how well a roof can combat the heat from the sun.
A roof should be designed to deflect the heat so that the interior of the home will not become so hot. Being a GAF Certified Weather Stopper Contractor ensures that we utilize all the tools needed to make sure your home is protected and that the temperature, regardless of heat or cold, doesn’t hinder your home.
HELP YOUR ENERGY BILL WITH A BETTER ROOF
Another positive, aside from just having your house feel more comfortable, is that your energy bill will improve. By updating your roof, eliminating cracks, replacing shingles, or conducting much-needed roof repairs, your roof will begin working for you. The heat and cold will not be able to penetrate into your home at nearly the rate it has been.
Of course, the price of a roof replacement is not inexpensive, but with a roof that lasts no less than 20 years, the roof will more than pay for itself by the end of its lifetime. Regarding price, however, quite often your home insurance will take care of the cost or a portion of it. This is something to take advantage of.
FIGHT SEPTEMBER WEATHER WITH A NEW ROOF
Call Amstill Roofing today and one of our trained roofing technicians will come to your home to conduct a thorough inspection. We will be able to pinpoint problems within the roof and how to address them. If you are planning to have your insurance adjuster come out to evaluate your roof, our roof inspector can join them to make sure nothing is missed.