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November 18, 2015

Roofing Companies Busier Than Ever Because of El Niño

In Spanish, “El Niño” doesn’t sound particularly menacing. But “the little one” has already been giving coastal Californians enough to fear. To roofing business leaders in the state, the presence of El Niño means the upcoming months will be very busy indeed. Weather experts are already tying the storms we’ve seen in the past few weeks to the phenomenon known as El Niño. To them, Californians shouldn’t take the threat of powerful winter storms lightly. If these experts are right and this year’s El Niño becomes one of the strongest on record, service providers who make a living securing people’s […]
October 14, 2015

El Niño Is Knocking, Are You Prepared?

Many reporters are alluding to the late 1990s to talk about this era’s El Niño, the above-normal sea surface temperatures that are already beginning to develop in the eastern and central equatorial Pacific Ocean. But while the approach might be criticized as a means to scare Americans into thinking about how they will handle the powerful phenomenon, many experts are avoiding to stay mum on how El Niño will actually impact California. The weather changes linked to the phenomenon happen every two to five years, but the results don’t necessarily depend only on the event itself. According to experts, it […]
September 17, 2015

Roofing the Good the Bad and the Durable

When it comes to looking for the best type of roofing for your property, many experts will claim that tile roofing is the most durable of choices. But while many experts will gladly contend that this type of roofing has great advantages, others will contend the exact opposite. To help you understand the pros and cons of tile roofing, we decided to discuss some of the important aspects of tile and why you should—or shouldn’t—consider the material. Benefits of Tile Tile roofing is durable. When property owners choose to use the material, they are really choosing to build a roof […]
September 16, 2015

A Reason For Optimism In Drought-Stricken California

As more reports concerning the current El Niño storms hit the web, Californians begin to grow optimistic. But is there real reason to get excited? The last California storms dumped inches of hail and rain across the state. As law enforcement agencies struggled to handle falling bridges, floods, and blankets of hail covering Interstate 80, climate scientists took the discussion to the press. For months, experts claimed drought-stricken California would not be dry for long. But even after the strong storms, many believe it’s still too soon to speculate. While it’s impossible to predict exactly what El Niño will bring […]