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Changing Weather Conditions: 4 Ways to Keep Your Roof Ready

By December 19, 2014May 25th, 2015No Comments

Reports by WeatherBug indicate that Salisbury, Maryland will experience rather chaotic weather conditions which include rain and snow, along with a storm system heading up north. Is your residential roofing in Salisbury MD up for the challenge? If you’re in need of a better and longer lasting roof, you need to start with proper maintenance ASAP. Here are 4 ways to keep your roof ready for harsh weather:

Tip #1: Inspect Your Roof

It’s good practice to take initiative and conduct a personal inspection on your roof. However, we do not recommend climbing up the ladder on your own. Instead, use a pair of binoculars and from where you are standing outside your house, look at every section Start from the ridge, flashing and shingles and end by checking out the gutter system.

Tip #2: Clean Your Roof Regularly

A clean roof is less likely to experience any problems. Remove any debris from your gutters to avoid clogging and make sure you remove the branches that fall from nearby trees.

If you find it difficult to check and clean on your own, we’ll be happy to offer our services here at Spicer Bros. Construction, Inc.

Tip #3: Repair and Replace if Necessary

If you find a few problems with your roof, don’t hesitate to schedule a repair or replacement immediately. Even a small leak can damage your structure, so don’t put off a much needed repair to avoid major and costly roof work.

Remember that it can be difficult to climb up on your roof during the freezing weather. In case you need professional help, we have an expert response team ready here at Spicer Bros. Construction, Inc.

Tip #4: Schedule a Roof Inspection

If you think you’re having roof problems, your best option is to call our expert roofing contractors in Salisbury MD for a thorough checkup. It is ideal to have your roofing system checked and cleaned at least twice a year (or as needed) to prepare for major climate shifts.

Your roof greatly suffers from exposure to wind, storms and severe weather, so make it a point to assess the condition of your roof regularly. Call us today for more information on how to keep your roof ready for weather changes. Our expert team will be ready to take your call and provide services for your various roofing needs.

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