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If you read our blog about how Houston’s upcoming winter weather can affect your rooftop, then you may be wondering how your current shingles are holding up. Most roofs last ten to fifteen years, but this also depends on the type of rooftop shingles you use. You will want your roof to be in tip-top shape so you don’t need to undergo an early replacement. The best way to do this is to schedule a seasonal inspection.
Our trained roof inspectors recommend free inspections at least twice a year, in the spring and in the fall, since the weather is more mild at this time. However, that doesn’t mean we won’t still inspect your roof for free during the summer and winter.
We understand that some may prefer to slightly prolong an inspection, just to ensure that nothing occurs between an early inspection and the colder temperatures that await us in the late winter. However, this is counterintuitive. If you prolong your inspections, you may allow once minor issues to become severe and even dangerous, eventually leading to greater problems such as multiple leaks, mold, and rotting plywood. If this is the case, then a replacement is absolutely necessary to protect you and your family. To avoid this, it’s best to get a roof inspection as early as possible and as often as you feel comfortable.
Although regular professional inspections are necessary, we also recommend you keep an eye on your roof from afar. No need to climb onto your roof–that’s what our inspectors do. However, you can still keep an eye on your shingles from below and check for any curling. We also recommend you keep an eye out for cracks and buckling as the weather becomes colder.
We take roof integrity seriously here at Amstill Roofing, which is why we offer free roof inspections whenever you need them, so please contact our experts for your next inspection. We will ensure your roof maintains its integrity so that the rest of your house can as well.