Choosing the right roofing type for your home is just the start. You also need to know how to keep your new roof in top condition. In the first part of our two part blog series, we talked about the benefits of our different roofing materials. In this post, we talk about roofing issues common to most roofing types and systems, and explain the ways we can help.
Flashing is the material used around vents, pipes, and the other junctions of your roof. This area is prone to leaks and other problems because damaged or improperly installed flashing lets water in easily. This water can soak your underlayment, and rot your deck eventually. This leads to leaks, increased mold growth, and stains on your ceiling and walls. As one of the top Dunedin, FL, roofers, we can inspect your roof’s flashing carefully and perform the necessary repairs to prevent this.
Damaged Or Clogged Gutters
Your gutters have the important job of directing water to your downspout. When homeowners leave their clogged or damaged gutters unchecked, it can lead to roof leaks, damaged siding, and cracked foundations. Fortunately, we’re not just roof specialists; we’re also great at gutters. We can repair, replace, and adjust your gutter systems to return their functionality. We can even install gutter cover systems that can significantly reduce the chance of gutter clogs forming.
The fascia is the front board along your roofline. Manufacturers typically make it from wooden boards or sheet metal. The fascia protects your home by acting as a layer between the roof edge and the harsh weather. Nonetheless, it can be vulnerable to moisture damage and rot. Contact us immediately if that’s the case. We are specialists in roofing in Palm Harbor, and we can replace your damaged fascia quickly and easily.
With proper maintenance and attention to these critical areas, your roof will reach its full service life. We have the knowledge, skills, tools, and certifications to assess and investigate any kind of roofing system for problems. Give us a call to learn more about roof maintenance, or to get a free quote. Check out part one of this series if you’d like to learn more about our different roofing options.