How to Choose the Perfect Baby Roofing Name For Your Leaky Roof
A lot goes into a name, and what better way to name your baby than after the condition of your roof? Home is where the heart is. There's no better way to say, "I love you" than with the perfect baby, keepsake name. Here's to your damaged roof, and the lovely name it has chosen for you.
A leaky roof implies that you need to name your baby after water of some sort. You could choose River, Brook, Delta or Ocean. Stay clear of names like Drip, Puddle or Gush. However, it would be a good idea to get that leak fixed before the baby arrives. Babies are supposed to be kept clean and dry, so it would be a good idea to contact a reputable roofing contractor to do immediate roof repair.
Holes in the Roof
Holes in the roof can only mean one thing: sunshine. To commemorate the sun's golden rays, think of names like Goldy, Cyrus, Aurelia or Surya. Then again, holes can bring water. Water and sunshine could mean that you're supposed to name your baby something like Rainbow or Iris. Either way, get the holes repaired as quickly as possible. They'll continue to get bigger, and you need to save your money for diapers.
Missing shingles can only mean one thing—you live in a windy area. In that case, name your baby Alizeh, Breeze, Skye or Makani to emphasize wind. Avoid showing your little one "Mary Poppins," because all kids invariably get the idea of launching themselves into the wind with an umbrella. Missing shingles also lead to leaks, and it can disturb the rest of your home's structure. You don't want to leave these for long either.
All joking aside, you do want to keep up with your roof. It's the one thing that protects you and your little one. At the end of the day, you want everyone to be comfortable, and you want to have some money in your pocket to raise your family. You don't want to waste your hard-earned money on the utility bills or other damages. Contact ReNew Home Designs. They're a GAF Master Elite Roofing Company, which means they have your best interests at heart. By all means, though, keep the baby names for consideration. We know how hard it is to find the perfect name.