In Michigan, winter is that seemingly never-ending season that always seems to catch us unprepared. And just when it seems like there’s a break, old man winter blows his icy winds back on us, leaving us cursing, grumbling, and wondering when spring will finally arrive. Winter presents more challenges than just sub-zero temperatures and knee-deep slush, though, as the winter months can take a toll on our vehicles, homes, and bodies.
Spring is (almost) here, which means that many of us in the northern midwest are able to see what was buried beneath all that snow. Getting outside and seeing the grass and sidewalk (and potholes) for the first time in ages can be eye-opening for sure, but as long as you’ve got those eyes open, you might as well look at the state of your roof. Here are some things to examine to determine whether or not it might be time for a replacement.