Dangerous Santa Ana Winds Wreak Havoc on Los Angeles County.

*Business owners of San Gabriel Valley*
Pasadena • San Marino • Rosemead • Alhambra • Temple City • Arcadia • Monrovia • Duarte

Defined by the National Weather Service, Santa Ana Winds are:
“Strong down slope winds that blow through the mountain passes in southern California. These winds, which can easily exceed 40 mph, are warm and dry and can severely exacerbate brush or forest fires, especially under drought conditions.”

This week, these winds reached 80 miles per hour inland and 140 miles per hour in the mountains! This can mean devastating damage to your roof.

If you experience high winds, such as the winds experienced in the San Gabriel Valley recently,  it is a good idea to inspect your roof for damage and catch any problems before they escalate into costly repairs to the structure and contents of your building. Please keep in mind that only a professional who is highly trained and experienced in various types of roofs is fit for full inspections. If you have any concerns, give Stone Roofing Co., Inc. a call to schedule a visit. Servicing Los Angeles County since 1934, you can count on us. Stone Roofing has 75 years of experience with extremes in the Southwestern climate and the damage it can cause to roofing materials.

If you see potential areas of concern or have questions about your roof, please call us at 800-31-STONE or visit our website www.stoneroof.com.

 

 

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