Your roof protects you and your home. Maintaining the roof is an important spring home maintenance chore. Use these spring roof maintenance tips to prolong the lifespan of your roofing system. Inspect the Roof Wind storms, snow, heavy rain –
Keeping the roof in good shape is a cost-effective way to increase its lifespan and avoid other ways water damage can impact your home. Since even the smallest roof leak might cause extensive damage if left undiscovered, it’s important, when
All of a roofing system’s components – visible (roofing shingles, the gutters) and not visible to the eye (the underlayment, decking, flashings) – work together to keep water out and guard against moisture buildup. With all of the unsettled winter
The roof over your head protects you and your family from the elements. Knowing what to expect from your roof and how to properly maintain it will help save you from roofing emergencies that might cost you a lot of
With all of the different parts of a roof and the decisions they entail, replacing a roof can be complicated and stressful. Knowing what to expect and how to prepare for it makes planning for a roof replacement much easier.
With all of the different types of climatic conditions the Lower Mainland has been experiencing recently, you might be wondering how your roof is weathering the storms. Even if there are no obvious indicators of a leaking roof, your roofing
Inspecting the roof of your home before you clean the gutters will give you a better idea of how well it survived winter and if it’s in need of repairs, minor or otherwise. It can be done from the ground
Because gutters and the roof work together to protect your home from the effects of water damage, they both should be checked on a regular basis. Gutters should be cleaned in the spring and fall, while your roof should be