The National Roofing Contractors Association recommends inspecting roofs twice a year: once after the coldest weather, and once after the hottest weather.
Well…we just had one heck of a winter that would definitely qualify for “after the coldest weather” part of that statement. And just like the way winter wreaks havoc on the roads (have you noticed a few potholes this spring?), the same is true for your roof.
The real problem is that it’s easy to forget about your roof (you don’t have to drive on that to get to work every day). Far too often, they go unchecked until there’s a problem, usually in the form of a leak.
BUT…a simple spring inspection can help you stay ahead of the game, and stop leaks before they start. We’d love to tell you more about how to get and keep your roof in tip-top condition. Because even though you don’t have to drive on it, it is nice to stay dry.