Many homeowners ask us how they can extend the life of their roofs without spending a large amount of extra money. One of the best pieces of advice we have for homeowners is to keep up with your annual roof inspections. By having your roof inspected and maintained annually, you can avoid serious roof problems, which can save you money and extend the life of your roof in years to come. Here are a few things you need to know about roof inspections and maintenance!
What Should You Expect?
Roof maintenance is designed to keep your roof in good condition, which can allow you to avoid bigger problems later on. For example, a single missing shingle can lead to serious water damage if left unattended. During roof maintenance, a qualified roofing inspector will thoroughly assess your roof for damages, and take time to sweep off leaves, dirt, and other debris that can harm your roof. While on the roof, you can count on your technician to examine all of the corners and eaves of your roof for early signs of trouble.If there are any small repairs needed, he or she will discuss low cost options you can explore to avoid higher cost necessities down the line.
Is Roof Maintenance Necessary?
Maintaining your roof on a regular basis is a prime way to ensure that your roof is free from serious damage. However, many homeowners skip this step, and wait until damages arise to call a roofer. At Reynolds Roofing Systems, we recommend that homeowners have their roofs inspected annually. As roofers, we’ve seen the difference something as simple a yearly maintenance can make, and the money it can save you! Proper maintenance can help you avoid structural damage and premature roof replacement!