Updated: July 17, 2020, for the COVID-19 Pandemic in Marin.
During these hot, sunny days, you may not be worried about whether your roof can be worked on when it is raining. If you live in Marin, Sonoma or Napa, you may want to think again. The devasting fires of the last few years and the ensuing rebuilding efforts are keeping contractors of all stripes very busy. That includes roofing contractors. This year’s fire season may make things even worse, as wildfires are currently burning throughout the state.
The California wildfires of the last few years shook homeowners all over the state. Whether you live on a wooded hillside, in a valley or in a flat open area, protecting against a wildfire is no longer an idle thought. We’ve seen the blazes burning, if only on our flat panel screens, and the homes being rebuilt are sporting safer roofs.
Hard to believe October is here already, with the tricks and treats of Halloween. That means the rains won’t be far behind, along with the tricks and treats of roof repair.
Beware of the tricks and welcome the treats. Don’t leap into anything. Reputable roofers are often busy, leading up to and into the rainy season.