ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The steady rain over the past few days has meant steady business for roofing companies.
APS offices on Louisiana and Comanche were evacuated as a precaution because of fears the roof could collapse.
An APS spokesperson says the office building started to leak Thursday with all the standing water on the roof.
No one will be allowed back in until a contractor looks at it.
All the rain means more business for contractors and roofers.
"It's extremely busy," said Gabriel Herrington, roof repair manager for Rhino Roofing. "Lots of phone calls, lots of repairs, assessing leaks. "I've been telling everyone I'm chasing water falls because that's what I'm doing."
News 13 called a dozen roofing companies in Albuquerque. All of them said they've had a ton of calls for service.
In fact, some compared this kind of spike in service to the epic rain storm in the summer of 2005, the huge New Year's snowstorm in 2007, and this summer's violent storm in late July.
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