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Indiana winters can be brutal. From cold temperatures to heavy snow, houses take a beating. Roofs are often more affected than any other part of the home. The space beneath them may also affect how well you stay warm during the winter. Because of this, you should pay close attention to insulation and ventilation.
For most residences and businesses alike, winter is when the energy bill soars. The colder the winter, the higher the energy bill. It takes a lot of energy to provide heat throughout a space, especially if the rooms have high ceilings or open up to an attic area. By ensuring proper insulation and airflow, you can stop those energy bills from climbing too high.
There are several steps contractors can take to ensure your insulation and ventilation is in good shape
and fix it if it isn’t.
Doing a preliminary inspection is a good idea if you do not need to climb up on the roof to do so. Otherwise, roofing work can be dangerous and should be left to the professionals to reduce the risk of injury. Contact Bone Dry Roofing by calling 317-214-0360 or sending us an email today!