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2020 has been a challenging year so far and with everything else going on, many haven’t given much thought to their hurricane preparations—but it’s time for that to change.
The final countdown to the June kickoff of the Atlantic storm season is on, and it will be here in just a couple of weeks. Are you ready?
While some prep won’t happen until a storm has been named, there are some things you can do now to get a jump on the planning. This will help you to be better prepared if we end up with a hurricane heading our way.
Many homeowners don’t give their roof much thought until there is a problem, but with summer—and hurricane season—just around the corner, it’s a good idea to consider whether your roof is able to protect your home.
Even if we have a relatively mild hurricane season, your Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, or Norfolk home needs to be ready for potentially severe weather. Did you know that Virginia Beach was under severe weather warnings more than 100 times in the last 12 months? If your roof already has even a minor breach, that could mean major problems during heavy rain or high winds.
The wind storm that came through Hampton Roads on Monday April 13th reminded homeowners that it doesn’t take a major hurricane to cause significant damage. Now, as many are still without power, some are dealing with the process of assessing damage and planning for needed repairs.
Your Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, or Norfolk home has to endure all kinds of weather from the hottest days of summer to the occasional snow storm and from frigid winter nights to the high winds that blow during hurricane season. Are your windows able to perform well in every season while providing the superior energy efficiency you need?
It can be difficult to tell when it’s time for new windows, especially if there are no visible signs of wear. Generally, windows last 15 to 20 years, but even newer windows may not provide the performance you want.
Like every business in the country, the home remodeling industry has had to work fast to find new ways to deal with our customers while doing our best to respect social distancing guidelines. Bayview Exteriors LLC. offers options that allow you to get the Chesapeake and Virginia Beach area home remodeling services you need while still isolating.