A Proper Roof Inspection in Winnipeg

This article relates to Winnipeg Roofing, and doing a proper roofing inspection.
 
 
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March 1, 2012 - PRLog -- A roof inspection should be done once a year by home owners to check for wear and damage to the roof.  It is better and more cost efficient to make minor repairs, which will be seen during your roof inspection, yourself than replace whole areas of your roof.

The Best Times to Conduct A Roof Inspection
Before winter sets in is the best time to complete a roof inspection which will help you make repairs before the damage of winter occur.  you should ensure a roof inspection is done after storms and harsh weather as wind is very powerful and can destroy shingles easily.

What to look for during a Roof Inspection
There are specific things to look for when assessing roof damage during a roof inspection.  Metal piece in the roof covering interruption, in dormer, chimney and vent pipes should be checked and repaired if they are torn apart. During your roof inspection, if there are bare spots on asphalt shingles where the granules have come off, they should be replaced.  Wood roofing should be inspected for rotting and warps during your roof inspection.  Replace the roof if more than 1/3 is affected by rot.  Metal roofing has a long life but rust and corrosion areas are signs of aging and possible need for replacement which should be considered during your roof inspection.  Lifetime warranties come with slate, clay tiles and asbestos cement shingles but they can be damaged by icy conditions so check for broken, chipped or missing pieces.

Contact your Winnipeg Roofing Specialist to help you with  your roof inspection and minimizing the damage caused to your home.

http://www.adamsonroofing.com

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Adamson Roofing is a Winnipeg based full service exterior remodelling company, serving Winnipeg and surrounding area. We specialize in roofing, soffit, fascia, and seamless eavestroughing using only premium materials.
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