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Watch Out for Rain on Top of Snow This Winter
Watch Out for Rain on Top of Snow This Winter

It’s common knowledge that snow is not great for your roof. This is a tough fact of life here in Colorado Springs, where we get an average of 57 inches of snow per year in comparison to the national average of 28. However, what you really need to watch out for this winter is ...

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  • Watch Out for Rain on Top of Snow This Winter

    It’s common knowledge that snow is not great for your roof. This is a tough fact of life here in Colorado Springs, where we get an average of 57 inches of snow per year in comparison to the national ...

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