Certain parts of your roof will need more frequent roof repair than others. Whether it’s from weather or debris, these places are a top priority for roof inspection.
One of the biggest problems for any home is leaking. Water damage can cause serious problems to the roof, siding, attic, basement and even the foundation of your home. Your gutters are there to protect your home from water damage by draining precipitation safely away from the property.
If your gutters are damaged, then your roofing system and other components of your home are at risk. Check how well your gutter drains and how it is positioned. If it is sagging or draining poorly, it’s time to call the contractor.
The Fascia and Soffit
The fascia is a band running along the edge of your roof, situated vertically. It’s designed to keep water away from exposed areas in the system, but it’s prone to problems once moisture or rot affects it. The fascia is also where the gutters are attached.
The soffit is the exposed surface beneath a roof eave or the finished surface below the fascia and rafters, similar to an “exterior” ceiling. This area is used by roofers to ventilate your home. If vents aren’t installed or are improperly placed, your home will suffer from poor air circulation. This can lead it to moisture buildup and inefficient air circulation.
Call us today at (727) 938-9565 to learn more about our services. Our experts have years of experience and access to the best materials to fix these problem areas. We serve residents of several areas in Florida, including Tampa, Dunedin and Palm Harbor.