Dealing with a faulty roof is no fun any time of year. But trust me, winter is the worst of time to deal with roof leaks and damage. Freezing temperatures and a regular snowfall can turn even the smallest of leaks into a much bigger problem.
Repairing any damages as soon as possible is the best way to avoid costly repairs at a very inconvenient time of year. Fall is a good time to fix your roof and get it ready for the coming freezing rains, heavy snows and high winds.
Have a roof inspection to make sure ALL shingles are secure.
The severe weather that winter brings can cause heavy branches to fall on your home and cause extensive damage.
Inspect roof thoroughly for any signs of leaking. Be sure to check the attic for signs of moisture.
Flashing protects certain roof features such as skylights, chimneys, dormer windows, vents, etc … Make sure flashing is installed and working properly.
To save you from having to clean out gutters too often. Clean gutters prevents ice dams from severely damaging your gutters and roof.