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We recommend having a certified roofing contractor thoroughly inspect your roof at least every three years. Conditions caused by wind / weather, nesting, trees, sediment, etc. can be detected early and corrected.
Your new roof, siding or gutter system is virtually maintenance free in the first few years; however, occasionally there are certain conditions that require attention. Catching these conditions before they have a chance to cause damage is a good practice. Preventative maintenance can help detect potential problems and save money by minimizing the effect. Consider the recommendations below to preserve your investment.
Any time there is a collection of debris or foreign material trapped in the valleys, roof pockets, in the gutter system or around the ventilation system it is important to remove the material and thoroughly inspect the area for damage. This is even more significant for flat roofs.
We recommend inspecting the ceiling of your attic area at least once a year. During the winter, look for signs of ice damning or nesting; during the summer, evaluate the air circulation and humidity. Any sign of mold indicates the need for immediate action.
The recommendations from above are similar for commercial roofs. However, we advise having a certified roofing contractor thoroughly inspect the roof top at least once a year.
Overgrown trees can cause a number of problems. Keeping tree limbs cut back and away from the roof area can prevent excess cleaning, loss of shingle granules, etc.