Roof damage caused by storms, especially from hail or downed trees, can range from minor to extreme. Even if you think there is a chance that a recent storm has caused damage to your roof, scheduling a roof inspection is the next step to take. Even if a few shingles have come loose, this could let moisture creep in or allow the next storm to cause more significant damage that will cost you big.
If your roof is older, scheduling a roof inspection can help you determine whether or not it is still safely covering your home. Roofs that are 25 to 30 years old may appear to be in good shape, but upon inspection by a professional, you may discover that it is time for a roof replacement. As your roof ages, keep a closer eye on its integrity by scheduling regular roofing inspections so you can quickly address issues.
No homeowner wants to suddenly find out that their roof is failing. Getting regular roof inspections can help you catch minor issues before they become huge, expensive problems. Sometimes storms can pass through in the middle of the night and you may not be aware that there could be damage to your roof. You may also need to schedule regular roofing inspections to maintain your roof’s warranty.
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