The roof is an integral part of your home, not just for protection, but for aesthetic purposes as well. Help it last for years by taking these precautions on a regular basis.
Inspect It Often
Stay on top of your roof maintenance by inspecting it two or three times each month. Look for any signs of damage, including warping, discoloration, and mold. Mark areas off that need work so that you remember what was wrong when you are ready for repairs.
Some other things you’ll want to look for include damaged shingles, missing chimney cap, cracked caulk around the flashing, and developing algae. Take a walk through in the attic as well. See if there are any signs of water damage that need to be addressed as soon as possible.