It's hot. It's dry. It's February in Perth. It feels like it will never rain again.
With an average of 283 rain-free days a year (that's four out of every five), Perth's sunny weather makes it easy to get complacent about maintaining your roof and gutters. That is, until the rain finally does hit.
And Perth's annual rainfall of 733mm is also higher than Melbourne (663mm), Hobart (614mm) and London (557mm).
And by the way, both of our wettest days were in February (Feb 9, 1992 and Feb 10, 2017).
What does that mean for you and your home? Well, on an average 200 square metre roof, a 100mm downpour will deliver 20,000 litres of water. Or, to look at it another way, about 20 million raindrops. Are you absolutely certain that every one of those 20 million will be safely diverted away from you and your possessions?
Are your roof and gutters ready for the next big rain?
If not, why not get us to check it for free? We'll take photos of any problem areas, rust and decay, and provide you with an obligation-free quote for repairs or replacement.