Posted on 1/21/2019 4:00 AM By The Construction Group
Your roof protects your home and helps keep it insulated. Your family depends on your roof to provide durable protection throughout the year even in the wildest winter weather. But when winter snow comes in Minnesota, the snow and ice can pile up quickly, taking its toll on your roof.
Posted on 7/2/2018 8:20 AM By The Construction Group
Winter weather will always wreak havoc on your roof, effectively putting the safety of your home and family in jeopardy. After months of carrying the weight of snow and ice, your roof needs some extra support!
Posted on 12/18/2017 4:00 AM By The Construction Group
In Minnesota, temperatures can plummet to below zero and remain there for a good portion of the winter. The cold climate in this part of the country is ideal for ice dams to build upon your roof. As ice dams grow, they become heavier and put a tremendous amount of weight on the eaves of the roof. Enough pressure over a prolonged period can cause damage. If you want to protect your roof this season, call The Construction Group to remove the ice dams and make the necessary repairs. We’re here when you need us.
Posted on 2/13/2017 4:00 AM By The Construction Group
The harsh winters in Minnesota can cause damage to a home with storms, ice, and downed limbs. Fortunately, houses are designed to withstand most typical weather in the area, but it is important to remember the design also calls for ongoing maintenance. It's usually a good idea to talk with a contractor in the spring and the home inspected for any damage which may have occurred so it can be repaired before it becomes worse.
Posted on 12/19/2016 4:00 AM By The Construction Group
In the northern portions of the United States, winter weather causes a particular type of problem in the form of frozen water in the gutters of a home or building. Although it is an unfortunate problem, it is also quite common and there is an easy solution. To rephrase that statement, there is an easy resolution if the problem is addressed immediately before it causes further damage.