A roof is one of the largest expenses you can have for your home. Your roof directly impacts the health and durability of the rest of your home. That being said, proper care and maintenance are imperative to extending the lifespan of your roof. You’ll want as many good years as possible out of your roof. Here are some things homeowners can do to care for and protect their roof.

Seasonal Maintenance

Maintenance is a year-round task, not just an annual one. Each season brings about different changes that can all affect your roof. Fall brings a flurry of leaves and sticks that can clog your gutters. An accumulation of debris in your gutters can lead to rotting and leaks that can cause long-term damage to your home. Winter brings ice and spring brings about the thawing of that ice. Plus there are rodents and bee infestations during the spring and summer that must be dealt with in a timely matter.

Storm Maintenance

One of the most important times to check your roof is after a large storm. Storms are not only dangerous, but they can also bring about a large number of potential problems and threats to the safety of your roof. Start by surveying the outside of your home. Then check for cracked roof tiles and obvious leaks. Sweep away any fallen debris and clean up excess pools of rainwater to prevent build up. If you are concerned about a potential leak, it is best to contact a professional.

Professional Inspections

Checking the status of your roof by yourself is not enough to ensure that your roof is in good shape and safe. Regular maintenance is essential to keeping up the integrity and appearance of your roof, but a regular inspection is also necessary. Inspections by a professional roofing company is highly recommended to ensure longevity for your roof. True roofing professionals have the knowledge and experience necessary to spot potential problems and make recommendations.

Extend the life of your roof with proper inspection, maintenance, and repair and trust the professionals at Titan’s Roofing.

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