When it comes to spring cleaning, many homeowners only think about deep cleaning the interior of their homes. Cleaning and inspecting your roof should be part of your spring cleaning checklist. Whether you do some work on your own or hire a roofing company, getting repairs made or helping your home stay healthy will improve your roof. Clean and sturdy roofs help protect you and keep harsh weather out of your home.
Lifetime Roofing offers roofing replacement and repair services that can elevate your spring cleaning checklist. Our team can help repair leaks and improve your roofing material to set you up for success this spring.
1- Clear Off Debris
Through the fall and winter months, debris can build up on your roof from different weather conditions and lead to damage or mold growth. Adding the removal of debris to your spring cleaning to-do list will limit the money you need to spend on repairs down the road or prevent deterioration that could lead to leaks or animals inside your home.
2- Examine For Loose Materials
During the winter, snow, and rain can cause damage to shingles or other roof materials. Curling, separation, and complete removal of the roofing materials can happen during the harsh cold winter and will need to be remedied moving into the spring.
Lifetime Roofing can help inspect your roof and give you an estimate for roofing repair as part of spring cleaning. Fixing your roof as soon as possible will make your home safer and improve your curb appeal. Scheduling a roof repair as soon as the weather starts to warm will help regulate your home temperature during the spring and summer.
3- Check And Clean Your Chimney
One of the common places that get neglected in homes is the chimney. Cleaning the chimney of debris and build-up will prevent fires and strong odors in your home as the weather warms. Cleaning all parts of the chimney will help improve your air quality and will help it stay clean until it is needed again.
4- Clean Out Your Gutters
Your gutters help to move moisture away from your roof and foundation. Gutters become clogged easily or can become detached which leads to leaking or mold growth across your home. Gutters need to be maintained and cleaned at least twice a year to work properly, especially if you live in a place with lots of snow or rain. Adding gutter cleaning to your spring cleaning list can help set you up for less maintenance during the summer and fall.
For older homes, your gutters may need to be replaced in order to best serve your home. Gutters help to keep your home healthy, extend the lifespan of your roof and can make sure your home material doesn’t deteriorate too quickly. If you notice gaping between your gutters and your roof, you need to replace them. If downspouts are not connected or the slope of your gutters has leveled out, contacting a professional can help improve the pooling water around your home.
5- Repair Leaks
If you have found leaks in your home once the snow starts to melt, repairing them as soon as possible will save you frustration and money in home repairs. Letting water leak into your home can damage flooring, insulation, and roofing materials. Replacing multiple parts of your home can add up and lead to massive costs.
Repairing leaks can be done by our company at Lifetime Roofing. We work efficiently and quickly to make sure your roof protects your family and pets inside your home. Letting us repair your leaks as soon as you notice them can limit roof collapse or other damage that can escalate to major deterioration.
Roof Spring Cleaning With Lifetime Roofing
Here at Lifetime Roofing, we offer a variety of roofing services to improve the quality and appearance of your home. Repairs need to be done as soon as possible to make sure you and your family stay safe. Our team can help keep your home in good condition, at affordable prices.
We also offer a lifetime warranty and give you upfront advice and pricing when we start a project. We stand behind our work 100% and help provide the best warranties. We have also been given the Master Elite status from Malarkey, which is only given to 3% of all roofers in the U.S.
Contact our team for a free quote in Salt Lake City and surrounding areas.
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