3 Reasons To Get a End of The Summer Roofing Inspection
Your roof sees the most wear and tear over any other exterior section of your home, taking the largest impact for rain, snowstorms, strong winds, direct sunlight, and severe temperatures on either side of the spectrum. And whereas an accurately installed and adequately-shingled roof can last for decades, it is not indestructible and needs to be inspected regularly by a Salem Roofing Contractor to get the most out of its service life. The NRCA aka the National Roofers Contractors Association suggests that a roofing system ought to be inspected two times per year, once in the spring, and once in the fall. With the end of summer rapidly approaching, getting a head start on scheduling a roof examination should be at the top of every homeowner's home maintenance list and here is why:
Weathering and Aging
A roofs principal cause of deterioration and damage is certainly from the weather, but mother-nature can hurl elements considerably more substantial than it is designed to handle repeatedly handle, like a surprise storm or intense heat spell. This endless attack ends up in the aging of your roofing system, as things such as the granules of the shingles or the flashing that seals rooftop appliances begin to fail. These are often most prevalent throughout the summer and winter periods when the weather is at its most extreme.
Somewhat astonishingly, several problems on a roofing system stem not just from climate, but from the conditions of the encompassing parts of the house. An air conditioner that is leaking, obstructed gutters, and many others are usually the cause for a variety of roof problems. In some instances, they can be even worse than the weather! However, they sometimes are not as obvious as an absent or degraded roof shingle, making these kinds of problems more prone to go unnoticed until there is severe damage already done.
Avoid This Situation All-Together by Having a Salem Roof Repair Pro Regularly Inspect Your Roof!!
Powerful winds, severe rain, hail, and ice storms will decrease the life of your roof through going beyond the boundaries it was made to handle, and typically will cause immediate problems that are referred to as "Storm-Damage". The damage is often tricky to see from the ground, however like most other things it will only get worse over time. The advice we can give is to always have your roof inspected after a significant weather event goes through the area you live to catch any small problems that could eventually turn out to be a substantial investment, like a full roof replacement.
If you think your home could benefit from the exceptional roofing and exteriors services that we offer, do not hesitate to get in touch with us. Our builders come with many years of professional experience in their respective fields, factory training, certifications, and most of all, your Complete Satisfaction is our main objective!
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