Spring in the South is notorious for harsh storms, make sure your roof is prepared! Here are 3 things you should do now, especially if it’s been a while since your last roof maintenance.
Inside and out, in the attic and up on the roof, inspecting or having someone inspect your roof fully and carefully will ensure that roof problems, no matter how small, are caught and repaired before it becomes a large issue. While most homeowners can do some inspections themselves, it is recommend to contact a professional (such as ARS) and have them get up on the roof itself. With ARS offering FREE roof inspections, there is no reason to take the risk yourself.
Most people are able to inspect the inside ceiling and interior wall areas for patches of discoloration, cracks, sagging, or other signs of leakage. Some even have easily accessible attic areas they can get into and check around for problems. If you notice any problems, contact a professional roofing contractor immediately before the problem gets out of control.
This sounds like a “no-brainer” but there are many homeowners out there that see an obvious problem and for one reason for another put off repairing it. Days, weeks, even months go by and the problem is forgotten about. In many cases, these seemingly “small” problems turn into major repairs or even roof replacement projects as problems such as leaks (especially leaks) almost always get much worse if left untreated.
Always, always, take care of problems as they are found.
CALL ATLANTA ROOFING SPECIALISTS!
It’s free, why even take the time to do an inspection at all yourself when a professional, experienced roof contractor is a phone call, email, or chat away and will inspect your roof at NO COST?
Seriously, if a homeowner doesn’t possess the necessary skills to detect even the smallest problems or even have the proper equipment to repair the problem right, why try to do-it-yourself? Roofing is complicated, contacting ARS and scheduling your FREE Roof Inspection today will help make sure your roof is in sound condition now and throughout the upcoming Spring and Summer months.