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Greenlawn is a charming hamlet on the North Shore of Long Island that lies within the Town of Huntington. Once known as Old Fields, the hamlet was renamed Greenlawn after the Long Island Railroad’s arrival in 1871. Today, the hamlet’s motto, reflecting Greenlawn’s rural, farming heritage, is “Harvesting the Past, Planning for the Future.”

Even today, Greenlawn retains a delightful small-town feel. Its main commercial district is located along Broadway, which runs north to south. There you will find a wide selection of restaurants, bars, and retail stores located within a few steps of each other. Other attractions in Greenlawn include the Makinjajian Poultry Farm, the Harborfields Public Library, and the Ripe Art Gallery. To commemorate Greenlawn’s history as a farming center, the Greenlawn Pickle Festival, hosted by the Greenlawn/Centerport Historical Association, happens each September at the John Gardiner Farm in Huntington.

Like other towns and hamlets in Suffolk County, Greenlawn is the recipient of bad weather from time to time, including fast-moving coastal storms and hurricanes. In 2012, Hurricane Sandy caused considerable destruction in Greenlawn, causing the loss of power to about 2,000 households.

Greenlawn’s Climate: Hot Summers and Cool Winters
Greenlawn’s climate is characterized by hot, humid summers and generally cool winters. Temperatures swing throughout the year from a low of 24 in January to a high of 82 in July. Fluctuations in temperature like these can pose difficulties for various elements of your home’s outer surfaces. For instance, they can lead to the expansion, contraction, and deterioration of roofing materials, potentially resulting in water seepage into the structure.

Other components of your home, including siding and windows, can be damaged by the kind of high winds that occasionally affect Greenlawn. The average wind speed in Greenlawn is 9.4 miles per hour, with the windiest month being January, when average wind speeds increase to 11.9 miles per hour. Greenlawn’s least windy month is July, when the average wind speed is just 7.4 miles per hour.

Greenlawn’s summers are often muggy, with the most humid months being July and August. Elevated humidity levels present obstacles for your home, stemming not only from the weather but also from activities such as cooking, showering, dishwashing, and any other water-related tasks. If moisture persists in the attic over an extended period, it can lead to roof damage.

Rain poses another weather challenge to your home’s exterior. In terms of rainfall, Greenlawn’s “wet” season runs from March to December, with a greater than 28 percent chance of rain on any given day. Greenlawn’s wettest month is July, with an average of 9.8 days yielding at least 0.04 inches of rain.

Roofing to Stand up to Greenlawn’s Variable Weather
Strong roofs are a must in Greenlawn. King Quality has deep expertise building such roofs and it  guarantees their fitness by using the roofing industry’s most robust and trustworthy shingles, including the GAF Timberline line, which is engineered to withstand winds of up to 130 mph.

Of course, using the best available roofing materials is just part of the weatherproofing solution. Regular, comprehensive roof inspections are necessary to ensure optimal performance. King Quality takes a proactive approach to inspections and routine roof maintenance. We pinpoint and address potential trouble spots that pose risks to your roof so that minor issues never grow into serious headaches. With King Quality’s 50-year, non-prorated warranty, you can have peace of mind, knowing that your roof is well-equipped to endure any adverse weather conditions for years to come.

Strong, Attractive Siding for Your Greenlawn Home
The protective siding of one’s home should be strong, insulative, weather-resistant, and attractive. King Quality’s KingWall siding provides many appealing and long-lasting design options to choose from, including custom-made trim to harmonize with the style of your windows. KingWall siding includes an extra-thick 6 to 7-inch reveal for extra protection and improved insulation.

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