Johnson Roofing Advises Local Residents In Preparation of Ominous 2011 Winter Storm Season

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Johnson Roofing, Shoreline and Seattle Roofing Contractor, advises local residents in light of upcoming storm season.

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Many weather forecasters in the Seattle area are predicting severe winter weather toward the end of November and early December (http://www.komonews.com/weather/blogs/scott). Unfortunately, many Shoreline and Seattle homeowners are “caught in the rain” – quite literally.

Some expected results of the winter storms in the Pacific Northwest:

  •     Falling branches and trees
  •     Areas of flooding
  •     Power blackouts
  •     Clogged gutters
  •     Missing roof shingles and tiles
  •     Leaking roofs

As the low-pressure systems roll through off of the Pacific coast, it is important to know what to do in case of an impending storm. If possible, prior to the storm, have a tree-trimmer cut the branches that are in danger of falling on the roof of the home or neighbors’ homes. Make sure to protect electronics with surge protectors and battery back-up units.

For the longevity of the house, it is critically important to contact a Seattle roofer and schedule an appointment to winterize the home’s roof and gutters. Johnson Roofing has served the Shoreline and Seattle area through numerous winter weather seasons. They hope area residents have a safe and happy winter season by preparing for the impending weather.

About Johnson Roofing

We specialize in roofing, tear off, and gutters. Since 1984 we have stood behind our workmanship with a 10-year warranty.

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