Over the lifespan of your roof, it will experience severe weather, high heat in the summer, and extreme cold in the winter. All depending, of course, on where you live. These three factors will eventually take their toll on your roof’s effectiveness in protecting your home. Catching a leak or other type of damage early can save you from having to make extensive repairs or replacing your roof altogether.
Inspect Your Roof Regularly
Inspecting your roof regularly will allow a roofing contractor to identify potential trouble areas that may need to be addressed. In most cases, having your roof inspected every one or two years is the best way to catch problems while they are small. In fact, they may be able to provide tips on how to better care for your roof so that your risk of damage is reduced.
After a strong storm, look closely at your roof. Remove as much debris as you can and look for any type of damage, such as lifted or absent shingles, punctures, or creased gutters/downspouts. If you can see damage, odds are it won’t be very long before it will be causing a leak or other problems. If you suspect there may be damage you cannot see, call your roofing contractor as soon as possible.
Talk to a Reputable Roofing Contractor
A reputable roofing contractor will be able to see damage or imperfections which may not be visible from your vantage point. Another advantage of working with a roofing contractor is they know how to properly repair your roof and possibly extend its lifespan. Small amounts of damage don’t mean you have to replace the whole roof. A contractor can assist you in determining what’s needed so you know your roof is taken care of.
Call Surf and Turf Roofing today if you have questions about leaks or other roofing concerns. An annual roof inspection will let you know how well your roof is holding up to the elements and also give you insight if any repairs may be needed. Your roofing contractor can also check your home if you have had possible damage due to inclement or severe weather. Don’t wait to call! If you’re in the South Jersey area or are close to Sarasota in Florida, call and schedule your appointment today!