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A Roof For All Seasons

Your roof is one of the most important structural elements of your home. If your roof is in disrepair, it impacts the rest of your home. For instance, your foundation could face severe water damage, and you could even face a cave-in. All of this can be devastating for your home.

The good news is that you can prevent all of this by taking care of your roof.

So, how can you be sure that your roof will last through all four seasons? These steps will help keep the roof in good condition.

Know What to Look For Outside

One of the most important things to look for during an inspection is missing shingles. Make sure that you understand how to look for granule loss, sagging gutters, damaged edges, curled shingles, and other potential problem areas on your roof.

Know What to Look for Inside

The inside of your home can also shed light on what's happening outside your roof as well. You may have water stains on your ceiling, mold or mildew in the attic, and even sagging in the ceiling. It's important that you take a look at the inside of the house regularly and take note of any changes you see.

Get Regular Roof Inspections

It's important that you also get a professional to look at your roof every once in a while. A professional inspection can shed light on potential issues you cannot see from the ground. They also know exactly how to spot those issues that are harder to diagnose for non-professionals, like small holes and signs of curling.

Clean Debris from the Roof & Gutters

You can prevent problems typically found during inspections by clearing debris out of gutters and off your roof. Debris can cause ice and water to back up on your roof, leading to serious problems.

Keep Shrubbery & Trees Trimmed Back

You need to keep your trees trimmed for the same reason you should prevent debris from getting on your roof. Leaves and branches can lead to serious clogs and ripped up of your shingles

Have a Roofer You Trust on Deck

Finally, make sure that you always have a roofing professional on deck. This person should be somebody that you feel comfortable calling on to help you through some of the difficult repairs your home may need. Roofers have seen it all, and they can ensure that your roof will hold up through all seasons.