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Maryland is in for some extreme weather this week, and it is vital that you and your household stay safe indoors. But how good a job of protecting you can your home really do? One thing you’ll need to check before the storm hits is the condition of your windows. Together with your roof, your windows make sure that strong winds and heavy rains stay out of your home and that your living spaces remain comfortable regardless of external conditions.

Below is a snippet of the weather report released by The Baltimore Sun:

Rain showers, turning heavy in the evening, are forecast Tuesday amid blustery winds.

Temperatures are expected to hover in the mid-50s throughout the day, with rain continuing. Winds around 15 mph with gusts nearing 30 mph are forecast.

Storms are possible in the evening, with heavy rains expected. About 2 inches of rain are possible Tuesday.

Storm chances continue into Wednesday, with 15-20 mph winds and highs in the upper 60s. Another 3 inches of rain are possible to fall Wednesday.

Severe weather is forecast to stay south of Maryland, though there could be threats of damaging winds and an isolated tornado particularly in Southern Maryland, according to the Storm Prediction Center.

If your windows are old, in poor shape, or both, make sure you make Maryland replacement windows a priority as soon as the weather clears. Contact a local home improvement contractor like DryTech Roofing & Home Solutions. Their window installation technicians are committed to delivering both quality of service and quality of material and will not consider a job done until you are 100% satisfied.

Your windows are a key aspect of your home, and you should never entrust them to anyone but a fully licensed Maryland window replacement contractor. DryTech Roofing offers this assurance,  giving you the peace of mind in knowing that your home will be better able to withstand the abuse of Maryland’s changeable weather for many years to come.

(Article Excerpt from Rain, gusty winds and flooding risk forecast Tuesday, baltimoresun.com)