Getting Your Roof Ready For Winter
November 2, 2022
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Winter is almost here, and that means it’s time to start thinking about preparing your home for the colder weather. One of the most important things you can do is ensure your roof is in good condition. Here are 5 tips to help you get your roof ready for winter:

Repair Flashing and Seal Leaks

One of the most common problems with your roof during winter is leaking. To help prevent this, you should check the flashing around your chimney, vents, and skylights. If you see any cracks or gaps, seal them with caulking or another type of sealant. A reliable roofing contractor can thoroughly inspect your roof and make any necessary repairs.

Repair Wind Damage

High winds can leave your roof with damaged shingles, missing flashing, and other problems. Many times, you won’t be able to see the damage from the ground. That’s why it’s important to have a professional roofing company inspect your roof after a storm. They’ll be able to detect potential problems and come up with a solution.

Check Your Attic Ventilation

Your attic should remain properly ventilated to prevent ice dams from forming on your roof. Ice dams occur when heat from your home escapes into the attic and melts the snow on your roof. A professional contractor will know how to properly ventilate your attic to help prevent this from happening.

Remove Debris From Your Roof

Remove debris accumulated on your roofs, like dead leaves, branches, and acorns. These can hold moisture against them and lead to rot and other problems. Check on your gutters, flashings, and vents to make sure they’re clean. A reputable company can provide you with a thorough cleaning of your roof to ensure it’s free of debris.

Hire Reputable Roof Maxx Professionals 

At Roof Maxx CDA, we’re experts in helping homeowners prepare their roofs for winter. We offer quality Roof Maxx services that can help extend the life of your roof. With our help, you can avoid costly repairs and replacements; and, of course, keep your family safe and warm all winter long. Give us a call today to schedule a consultation.

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