Sondra Mayer Roof, 2018-07-21 14:47:34. So you may be asking yourself "how do I know if I indeed need to have my roof repaired or replaced, or if I just need to have it cleaned?" Well you could always call a roofing contractor and request an inspection. Most roofing contractors offer free inspections and can even assist you with getting your homeowner's insurance to cover most if not all of the cost if it is a result of some kind of hail or storm damage. If you are still not convinced you should call a roofing specialist here are nine warning signs that will let you know that you surely need to have your roof repaired or even replaced. Most of these signs can be seen from the ground and by looking in your attic if accessible. If you choose to get on the roof itself and inspect please use caution as the granules of the roofing shingles could be loose and cause you to slip and possibly fall. So BE CAREFUL!
Gladys Buckner Roof, 2018-07-21 14:47:35. So, let's look at the benefits of choosing a metal roof.
Marissa Phelps Roof, 2018-07-20 16:00:05. Salt-Box Roofs The salt-box roof is like a gable roof, only one side of the roof is shorter than the other making it look asymmetrical. A salt-box roof is best if you need some space for your loft and you have limited building area for your unit. These roofs are also more resistant to winds.
Luann Hurley Roof, 2018-07-20 16:00:06. Determine whether or not the roof leaks in a single or multiple locations, and whether it is in a location that has leaked and been repaired repeatedly. A single location, leaking for the first time, usually is not by itself going to be an absolute indication of needing to replace the entire roof. More likely that not, a single component of the roofing system (flashing, vent, a mis-nailed shingle) has failed but the rest of the roof still could be in decent condition. Leaks in multiple locations bode more ominous results.
Virgie Franks Roof, 2018-07-21 14:47:34. Clean All Debris From Your Roof You also need to clean all the debris from your roof at least twice a year. Dirt, leaves, pine needles and other debris can overtime cause mold and mildew to grow on your roof and cause other damage as well. By keeping your roof free of debris you are removing the potential for damage to your roof and helping to not only to look better, but remain in the best condition possible.
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