Everybody has been experiencing harsh weather for a while so it’s not unusual to see it turn from bad to worse without much warning. In fact, in just one day in Salem:
High winds brought down power lines and trees, damaged homes and cars, and fanned the flames of brush fires Thursday. In Andover, Woburn Street was blocked near Powers Road after a utility pole and wires came down across the street. In Lincoln, Old Sudbury Road was closed after a tree brought down power lines. The National Weather Service said that blustery northwest winds would continue throughout the day, with gusts up to 40 mph. The Steamship Authority canceled several Nantucket and Hyannis ferry runs due to the high winds. A large brush fire was reported in Salem Thursday afternoon.
Your home is meant to keep you safe from whatever Mother Nature has in store for your area, but with harsh as the new normal, you know that your property is going to take more beatings these days than what it was accustomed to before. As such, it is necessary to have your Salem property routinely checked by the experts at A&A Services and address your Salem roofing concerns. Your roof, after all, takes the brunt of the damage regardless of what type of weather you’re facing. Catch a problem early on and you prevent yourself from dealing with a bigger one that is much more devastating and expensive to handle. Because your roof is important to your property, you need to make sure you work with a company who really knows what they are doing. A&A Services has been in business for more than 30 years, raking in experience in roofing in Salem, Peabody, Beverly, Swampscott, Marblehead, Danvers, and the surrounding areas. Don’t let the wind blow your shingles away; get all the parts of your home secured today and save yourself on money and hassle. (Article Excerpt and Image from “Tree crashes in sleeping girl’s bedroom in Billerica”, WCVB.com, April 24, 2014)