Warming Weather Can Be the Perfect Time for a Home Roof Inspection
As snow melts and roofs are out in the open again, you can trust Sherriff Goslin Roofing to provide quality home roof inspections to find any damage it may have sustained through winter. Different seasons bring different challenges that could potentially harm a roof, and now that we are past winter, you can look to the future health of your roof by getting it inspected by a professional roofing company.
Damages revealed with time
As snow melts from roofs, it may mean that there are damaged areas that you could not see before that have become revealed as weather warms. From shingles that may have fallen off to cracks or leaks that can be seen on your roof, Sherriff Goslin Roofing will check every part of your roof to ensure that either problems are not serious enough to be addressed or let you know what further steps must be taken to preserve your roof. Our experts have worked with all different types of roofs, and we will do whatever we can to help you feel safe with the roof above your head.
Issues found with a home roof inspection
One of the main problems that your roof might face from winter is ice dam damage. When your home heating raises the temperature of your roof, snow and ice can melt near the top, which then will refreeze at the edges, creating a “dam” of ice. This dam then traps other melted snow and ice, causing water to collect and possibly leak into parts of shingles. This can cause roof leakage into the interior of your home, which may cause further damage. If you suspect that this happened with your home through winter, and are concerned about the health of your roof, attic, and more due to ice dams, Sherriff Goslin Roofing will provide professional home roof inspection services to help.
Because annual snowfall occurs here in the Midwest, it is a good idea to have an annual roof inspection done by professionals. Sherriff Goslin Roofing’s free roof inspections have helped homeowners for generations, so give us a call to schedule yours soon.