Every June is the same: people think about graduation ceremonies, barbecues and summer vacation plans. Yet, as the weather turns warmer, it’s also the month to think about preparing your home and family for potential problems.
Disaster Preparedness Month in June coincides with the start of hurricane season each year — and for good reason. Hurricanes can impact millions of people living both on the coast and far, far inland. Flooding, extensive rain and very high winds are major concerns related to hurricanes. The National Hurricane Center encourages everyone to “Be Ready” and offers a checklist of information for your home and business.
Here’s our question to you: Is your roof ready to handle potential severe weather?
Many roofing products simply don’t hold up to severe winds and strong rain. But, products by DaVinci Roofscapes do. Our synthetic slate and composite shake roofing materials are built to weather the storm. They’ve even passed the strictest industry standards to earn a Class 4 impact rating. (See Polymer Roofing Welcomes Hurricane-Force Winds)
DaVinci shake roofing and slate roofing materials have a Class 4 impact rating which shows they are designed to resist damage from flying debris and hail. Check out this quick video to see how DaVinci products compare to other roofing materials … and how they can help prepare your home against potential disasters!