Saturday 15 January 2022

The Change of Seasons Can Be Hard On Your Roof

Posted by at 8:42 AM

We are in the heart of the winter months, how is your roof holding up? Constant freezing, thawing, and refreezing can cause damage to your shingles and roof structure in the winter.

Periodically, you should make your way up to your attic to take a closer look at the health of your roof and ceiling. While there, you should keep an eye out for the following issues:

  • Leaks or moisture anywhere in your roof or walls
  • Ice or icicles inside your attic
  • Sagging support beams or any rotted wood
  • Small or large holes

These could be signs that your roof has ice dams, has damage from the snow or debris, or needs a repair or total replacement.

Contact the experts at Best Roofing Now to learn more about how you can protect your home and roof from the elements this winter.

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