Proactive Roof Maintenance Protects Your Investment
Regular roof maintenance is crucial to maximize the lifespan of your Dallas-Fort Worth or Austin roof. While each roof has unique needs, quarterly inspections are recommended to catch issues early.
At Title Roofing & Construction, our specialists tailor maintenance plans to your specific roof type and age. Proactive care safeguards your roof and avoids more costly emergency repairs down the road.
Our insured roof maintenance experts:
- Clear debris from the roof surface and elements like HVAC units
- Treat any moss/algae growth
- Check for deterioration of shingles, flashing, nails that require replacement
- Re-secure loose shingles
- Inspect and clear gutters/downspouts
- Evaluate overhanging trees
- Diagnose weather damage and provide repair options
- Monitor chimneys, parapets, edge metals for deterioration
- Check for sagging or water accumulation
- Examine seams and joints
Don’t wait for problems to appear. Regular maintenance identifies issues early so repairs can occur before extensive damages arise. Protect your valuable asset with proactive care from our roof maintenance pros. Contact us today to schedule!
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Roof Maintenance Tips
While a roof over your head protects you from the elements, you need to also take a few simple steps to maintain it. As a homeowner, you should plan to perform regular roof maintenance. You don’t want to wait until small problems worsen – it can be extremely expensive to replace an entire roof.
Ideally, you should assess your roof once every spring and fall. Plan to inspect the roof when you clean out the gutter system. While you’re up there, look for any missing or damaged shingles, water damage, or signs of wear and tear. These all indicate issues that need immediate repair. Even if you don’t notice these signs, we highly recommend sweeping or blowing away any excess debris. Finally, trim any low-hanging tree branches – these could damage the roof. This will also prevent animals from chewing on the roof or entering your home through the attic.