With spring in full swing and summer in the offing, everybody is in for some dose of sunshine. California, however, is getting too much of it as drought is affecting most areas in the state. Now, climate scientists disclosed that there is a great possibility the country may experience El Niño this year, which should set both commercial and residential property owners’ alarm bells ringing.
Here, in part, is the National Geographic report about the not-so-pleasant weather forecast:
The odds are in El Niño’s favour. The US Climate Prediction Center forecasts a greater than 50 percent chance that the climate-disrupting phenomenon could be upon us as early as this summer, with a two-in-three chance we’ll be welcoming it by winter. Fingers are crossed in drought-ridden California, where a strong El Nino could increase rain and snowfall.
Home and commercial property owners who wish to protect their properties against the dire effects of this possible inclement weather are encouraged to pay particular attention to their roofing systems. Since roofs and gutters are among the initial defenses of structures, they will take a lot of the brunt of the forecasted heavy rain and snow this spring. Thus, if they are not equipped to carry the load, they must be prepped in time.
If you’re looking for the best protection for your home, you have to contact a professional roofer. Yancey Home Improvements provides top-quality roofing in Rocklin, CA and the surrounding areas. Established in 1892, the company has forged successful partnerships with some of the biggest names in the industry, including GAF — North America’s largest manufacturer of commercial and residential roofing. This allows Yancey Home Improvements to recommend roofing systems designed to grant long-lasting protection for properties, especially during extreme weather conditions.
Yancey Home Improvements also offers a wide range of materials to suit diverse needs. You will have the peace of mind in knowing that when you contact the company for repair or replacement of your roofing in Roseville and the nearby locales, you will be able to fortify your California home or building from the worst that the weather may bring.
(Article and Image sourced from Is El Niño Back? Climate Scientists Forecast Its Arrival, National Geographic, April 12, 2014)