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3 Ways to Winterize Your Roof

A residential roof.

Now that winter is in full swing, it’s important to take the necessary steps to protect your roof. The cold weather can bring all kinds of debris to your home, so it’s best to prepare. In this blog, Advanced Roofing Solutions will share a few ways you can winterize your roof this season. This can include clearing your gutters of leaves and other debris, checking for damage caused by storms or wind, scheduling an inspection with a professional roofer, and more. Keep reading to learn more!

Clear Your Gutters

One way to ensure your roof is ready for winter is to clear your gutters of debris such as leaves, twigs, and dirt. This is crucial because clogged gutters can cause ice dams on the roof, which can lead to leaks. It’s also a good idea to check for any damage that could have been caused by high winds or rain during storm season. If you notice anything out of the ordinary, be sure to get it fixed as soon as possible to prevent further damage.

Schedule an Inspection

Another important step in winterizing your roof is scheduling an inspection with a professional roofer. By having a professional take a look at your roof, they can spot any potential issues that you may have missed and can make sure everything is in good shape before the cold weather hits. This will also allow them to check for proper ventilation and insulation, which can help keep your home warm and comfortable during the colder months. If you need your roof inspected, don’t hesitate to contact Advanced Roofing Solutions at (832) 952-0907.

Check the Flashing

Finally, it’s important to check all the flashing around your roof, ensuring no gaps or cracks. Flashing helps keep moisture out, so if it’s not properly installed or damaged in some way, water can leak in and cause major damage to your roof.

By taking the time to winterize your roof properly, you can help ensure it lasts all winter long. Doing so will also save you money in the long run since it’s much more expensive to repair or replace a damaged roof than to take preventative measures.

If you need to schedule maintenance or a repair for your roof, give us a call today at (832) 952-0907 or fill out our online contact form to make your appointment.