March may already be here, but it will still take some time before all the cold goes away. An article on The Eagle reports on one of the final salvos of one of the coldest winters this country has ever experienced in recent memory. It writes:
“Classes were expected to start two hours late for Bryan and College Station school district students on Tuesday because of the forecast for icy weather. Buses will run normal routes, but two hours later.
Navasota schools will also open at 10 a.m., with doors open for students at 9:30 a.m. Plantersville and Stoneham bus routes will be delayed two-and-a-half hours, and all other bus routes will be delayed two hours. Breakfast will not be served.
City of College Station offices will open two hours late, and Brazos County government offices will open at 10 a.m. The regular meeting of the Commissioners Court will begin at 10 a.m. or as soon as practical after that, officials said.”
The article also mentions that the cold weather the region is experiencing is sure to have an adverse effect on the region’s elections. If the weather was capable of doing this to different institutions, imagine what it can do to houses with damaged roofing in College Station, TX.
College Station’s average temperature in March is 51 degrees Fahrenheit. However, with a winter storm warning in effect for Houston on March 4, one can expect the same occurrence to happen on College Station and make a negative impact on already-damaged roofing systems in the city.
One of the biggest concerns a lot of homeowners have to deal with during the winter is the formation of ice dams. These can damage the roof even further if professional help is not called. Reputable College Station roofing companies like America’s Choice Roofing have the equipment and experience necessary to repair a lot of roofing problems quickly.
Households should not wait for their roofs to give in before they call professionals. At the outset of ice dams and other roofing problems, they should call a trusted roofer to help them analyze which action to do next.
(Source: Wintry forecast prompts delayed start for schools, government offices, possibly elections, The Eagle, March 4, 2014)