“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” This old adage applies to some areas of life, but not your residential roofing system. Roofs require regular inspections and maintenance. Without this attention, underlying issues can develop without detection, eventually causing significant damage.
Flat roofs are vulnerable to ponding, which can cause leaks. This is why it’s important to choose a quality roofing material for your building to ensure the safety, protection and safety of its occupants.
Winter weather can take a toll on your home, particularly your roof. Fortunately, you can avoid much of this damage by making the right preparations. In this article, A1 Siding & Roofing, a leading roofing contractor in our local area, discusses winter threats to your roof and how to protect against them.
When planning to do exterior work on a fixer-upper, it’s important to be aware of the possible risks. Older homes may contain asbestos, especially in the roof or siding, and you need to take measures to protect yourself from this hazard during and after your project.
Both residential and commercial roofing systems need regular inspections to ensure they are damage-free. Just because a roof appears to be in good condition, it could still be harboring underlying issues. Some types of roofing damage are not visible to the untrained eye, which is why professional roof inspections are so critical.