Tuesday, November 15th, 2016 by Matt Cheney
With Winter just around the corner, its time to start thinking about how your roof will fare during the colder months. With extreme temperature swings daily, the expansion and contraction of roofing materials can cause unwanted surprises during the holidays.
It is always a good idea to have your roof inspected every year. Yearly inspections can alleviate big headaches down the road by revealing problems that may not be that noticeable from the ground. Most common issues that we find during our roof inspections are: cracked sealant along flashing, split boots around PVC plumbing vents, metal ridge vents coming loose, and sometimes missing shingles.
Our comprehensive roof assessment consists of climbing the roof and inspecting the penetrations (flashing, pipes, etc) as well as the shingle itself for cracking, blistering, or buckling. Once the assessment is complete, we review the findings with the homeowner and show them photographic evidence of any issues they may have.
75% of roofing problems may not be noticeable while walking around the house so call a professional today to put your mind at ease.
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