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Spring is the ideal time for homeowners to get a move on with their cleaning and home improvement projects. One part of your home that really needs your attention during this season is your garden. The Washington Post has this to say on the subject of spring gardening:

This dynamic and compressed early spring has brought a concentration of long-awaited blossoms and bulbs but also an epic confluence of weeds.

Winter annuals usually have gone out with a bang by late April; this year they have saved their fireworks for the arrival of such spring nuisances as the wild onion, the common blue violet and the dandelion.

But apart from having to deal with spring weeds in your garden, there’s another critical part of your home calling for your attention: your roof. The irony is that while a roof is a huge and important structural component of a home, it tends to be largely ignored, as few homeowners are confident enough (or for that matter, qualified) to go up on their roofs to do an inspection. If you really want to get your roof in good shape this spring, enlist the help of trusted Maryland roofing contractors who can give your roof a thorough check.

One of the roofing contractors Maryland homeowners can count on for their complete roofing needs is DryTech Roofing & Home Solutions. Their experts are fully qualified to perform a complete evaluation of your roof and will not leave even the smallest details unattended. They are trained to detect all types of roof damages and are able to provide recommendations and solutions that will suit your requirements and budget.

DryTech Roofing is a proud GAF Master Elite roofing contractor serving clients throughout Annapolis, Bel Air, Columbia, Ellicott City and the surrounding areas. They are committed to ensuring that your experience with them is hassle-free and satisfying. If you have an aging or leaking roof, don’t hesitate to give DryTech Roofing a call to receive a free estimate.

(Article from “Dealing with spring weeds”; April 23, 2014)