It’s finally starting to feel like winter is coming to an end, and many North Texans are ready for some warmer weather. Unfortunately, we know that the warm spring weather also comes with tornado warnings, random hail storms, damaging winds and intense thunderstorms. Take preventative measures now and make sure your roof is up to par with some simple spring cleaning tips from the Flower Mound roofing experts at Sage.
1 – Let’s talk about your gutters:
Really, every Fall and Spring you should clean out your gutters to make sure they are properly draining. Clogged gutters can cause water damage in unexpected areas, and, sometimes, becoming full of debris they “sag” away from the roof. These things can be prevented by taking the time to clean them at least twice a year. We recommend removing large debris first by hand and then using a wash to flush out the remaining particles.
2 – Seasonal Roof Inspection:
Checking for loose shingles, flashing and for mold at the end of each season can really help head off roof repairs. Some people aren’t comfortable getting up on a roof and taking a look around, and we don’t blame you. Getting a roof inspection done twice a year is a great way to make sure any problems are fixed before leaking or water damage occurs. The Flower Mound roofing experts at Sage can help make sure your roof is not showing any signs of weakness before spring storms roll through Texas.
3- Check out your Attic:
Another easy way to assess your roof’s condition is to inspect your attic. When was the last time you went up there to put away holiday decorations? Take a flashlight and check the interior of your roof for stains that could indicate water leaks.
Let us take a look for you
Give the Flower Mound roofing experts at Sage a call if you think your roof might need some roof maintenance before the next storm season.
Sage General Contractor is qualified to handle any need on your property.
Give us a call today (972-420-6500) or contact us here to see how you can qualify for our FREE 10-year warranty. We offer a no-obligation inspection of your home.