Site icon MW Const. & Roofing

New Roofing Regulations by the State of California

https://ltwm429yva746bldo1hr29y1-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/sound1.mp3?_=1
You can get up close and personal with your roof using a ladder. However, there’s no need to get up on your roof just yet. The less you walk around up there, the better for your roofing — and the safer for you. Work your way around your house, noting any potential problems.

Inspecting your roof at least once a year ensures that the shingles, flashing, and other features are in good shape.

A roof inspection is one of those preventative maintenance jobs that’s easy to overlook. Don’t. Add a once-a-year reminder on your calendar to go out on a warm day and fix any problems you find.

If you’re fearful of the heights, don’t worry. You can do a thorough inspection from the ground using a pair of binoculars.

Or, you can get up close and personal with your roof using a ladder. However, there’s no need to get up on your roof just yet. The less you walk around up there, the better for your roofing — and the safer for you. Work your way around your house, noting any potential problems.

Here’s what to look for:

If you find piles of colored grit from asphalt roof tiles in the gutters, that’s a bad sign — those sand-like granules cover the surface of roof shingles and shield them from the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays.
Inspect the age of your roofing and see if it’s nearing the end of its life cycle (which averages 15-20 years)…

 

Exit mobile version