Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020 by Kasey Ronan
With all of the recent severe thunderstorms, it's a good idea to inspect your roof. There may not be water leaking into your home right now, but that doesn't mean that your roof was left unharmed by the storm. One missing shingle won't necessarily cause your roof to leak instantly, but over time it will allow water to seep in and damage the roof decking- which will eventually cause the roof to begin leaking. A leaky roof allows mold and mildew to grow. If you are looking to be proactive and eliminate extensive damage to your roof, we suggest you take a couple of minutes to do a quick inspection. If you see something that doesn't look right, it is a good idea to call an expert and have them do a thorough inspection.
Here are some things that you should look for:
- Missing Shingles
- Torn, Damaged or Curled Shingles
- Sloping Gutters
- Cracked Gutters
- Overflowing/ Clogged Gutters
- Detached Downspouts
- Loose Chimney Flashing
If you notice any of these issues from the outside, or if you see a leak/ dampness inside your home, give us a call! We provide FREE, no-obligation inspections. We are here to help you find a solution for your roofing repair or replacement needs.
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