5 Things to Keep Your Roof Operating Problem-Free For A Long Time To Come!
Your roof is one of the most important parts of your home. It protects you and your family from the elements, keeps your home dry and comfortable, and adds to the overall value and curbs appeal of your property. However, many homeowners neglect their roofs and fail to take proper care of them. This can lead to costly repairs, a void in your warranty, and even roof replacement. In this blog post, we’ll go over some essential tips for taking care of your roof.
1. Inspect Your Roof Regularly
Regular roof inspections are essential to catch problems before they become major issues. Inspect your roof twice a year, in the spring and fall, to look for signs of damage or wear. Look for missing or cracked shingles, cracked, or peeling paint, rusted flashing, and other signs of wear and tear. If you notice any problems, address them promptly to prevent further damage.
2. Keep Your Gutters Clean
Clogged gutters can cause water to back up onto your roof, leading to damage or leaks. Keep your gutters clean and free of debris by removing leaves, branches, and other debris regularly. Consider installing gutter guards to help prevent clogs and make cleaning easier.
3. Trim Overhanging Trees
Overhanging tree limbs can cause damage to your roof in several ways. They can scrape against shingles, break off and fall onto the roof, or provide a pathway for squirrels and other animals to access your roof. Trim back any overhanging limbs to prevent these issues.
4. Address Leaks Promptly
If you notice a leak in your roof, address it promptly. Even small leaks can cause significant damage over time, leading to mold growth, water damage, and structural issues. Hire a professional roofer to inspect and repair the leak to ensure it’s fixed correctly.
5. Invest in Professional Roof Cleaning
Professional roof cleaning can help remove algae, moss, and other debris that can cause damage to your roof over time. This can also improve the appearance of your roof and help it last longer.
Taking care of your roof is essential to ensure it lasts as long as possible and provides optimal protection for your home. By following these tips, you can help prevent damage, catch problems early, and keep your roof in excellent condition for years to come.
Let's Talk About Your Next Roofing Project!
People Love Bates Roofing, LLC
Certified Roofers in Puyallup
Why Choose Bates Roofing, LLC
Bates Roofing, LLC is a premier residential and commercial roofing company in Puyallup serving the greater surrounding area with outstanding craftsmanship. We have a time-honored reputation since 1983 as one of the finest roofers in the industry using our expertise, expert knowledge and high-quality materials to build and repair thousands of dependable roofing structures.
These are a few reasons to choose us as your roof and gutter contractor:
Licensed, Bonded & Insured
Be In The Know
Winter Reroof In Puyallup, WA By Bates Roofing, L ...
Weather in Western Washington State presents a unique challenge for roofing contractors. In many States, they have very little precipitation so they can roof year around. In the beautiful Pacific Northwest, we are blessed with rain 9 months out of the year. While this creates a beautiful rainforest landscape for all to enjoy, it also…Read More
5 Things to Keep Your Roof Operating Problem-Free ...
Your roof is one of the most important parts of your home. It protects you and your family from the elements, keeps your home dry and comfortable, and adds to the overall value and curbs appeal of your property. However, many homeowners neglect their roofs and fail to take proper care of them. This can…Read More
Bates Roofing Offers Upgraded System Warranted Sy ...
What is protecting your home and family from the elements? If you partner Bates Roofing, it’s a 10 year workmanship warranty and an incredible limited lifetime material warranty. In fact, with our CertainTeed Roofing products Shingle Master certification, we can do even more! We now offer a 50-year limited lifetime system warranty with our CertainTeed…Read More