Winter can often bring a host of issues to your home. The cold weather can make even tiny problems significantly bigger. But winter is also a great season for roof work. It’s cooler, and the summer storms are a long way off. So, before spring brings rain clouds and new growth, check your roof and address any problems ahead of time.
Get an Inspection
Inspect your roof for damage. Check the interior for discoloration, dampness, and mold. On the exterior, you can look for signs of damage from the ground but getting up on the roof can be dangerous. Skylights, chimneys, and other fixtures are more likely to spring a leak. If you notice condensation or discoloration around either of these locations, contact your local professionals before the problem worsens.
Luckily, Advantage Roofing offers free inspections. Schedule your inspection, and our trained professionals will do the rest.
Address any Issues
Your local professionals are happy to inspect your roof for free. Once your roof inspection is complete, we can talk to you about any problems we found and what the next steps should be for addressing them. You can receive an estimate on repairs right away so your roof can be back to peak condition.
Repair or Replace
After you have received your estimate, it is often best to address any issues immediately. Schedule repairs or a replacement as soon as possible to avoid further damage. Our experts can talk to you about this when they give you an estimate, as well as schedule the repairs for you. Some problems may be minor, but if you need to replace the roof, our experts can speak to you about your options.
Winter is a great season for roof work for a host of reasons. But the idea of extensive repairs or even a full replacement can be concerning for many homeowners. That’s why Advantage Roofing is here to help. With free roof inspections and our knowledgeable experts on your side, we can make this process as smooth as possible. Contact us today for a free roof inspection. We will schedule your inspection so that you can have peace of mind before spring arrives.