- March 8, 2021
-- Roofman USA recommends inspecting roofs, attics, gutters, and downspouts after the spring thaw. Despite the milder winter, spring cleaning and maintenance may be needed. Storms, snow load, and ice dams may have caused damaged over the winter or clogged gutters and downspouts.
A newer roof may not need any repairs, but one thing all Michigan roofs do need is a spring inspection. Winter storms and the freeze/thaw cycle can cause damage and leave behind debris that can clog gutters. Finding and repairing roof damage early, before it can damage the structure underneath, can save homeowners money and aggravation later.Tips for a Spring Inspection
A thorough roof inspection includes the inside of the house as well as the outside. Roof damage can worsen to the point that it also damages the structure it's meant to protect. Regular inspections can catch many problems early before the damage gets into the house. Roofman recommends:
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- Inspect the attic
- Inspect your roof from the ground
- Inspect your roof from the topside
- Clean the gutters and roof
- Trim tree branches and landscaping
Roofman USA will inspect the roof and recommend maintenance and roof repair, as needed. Roofman USA is known for their one-day roof installations and proprietary rubberized underlayment. They also use SBS rubber shingles that resist algae, damage from hail and heavy rain, and up to 130mph winds.
Operating throughout Washtenaw County, Roofman USA offers lifetime guaranteed services year-round. From Ann Arbor to Dexter to Saline to Chelsea, Roofman USA has homes covered.
Call the experts at Roofman USA at 734-662-3300 or contact them through the website: https://www.roofmanusa.com/