Even though Houston winters are mild, we still have cold weeks. It is important to be prepared for anything, even snow like we saw in January. Prepare your roof for winter, just like you would the rest of your home. If you haven’t received your semi-annual inspection for the fall season yet, give us a call today. There are many benefits to regular inspections, especially in the winter. Get a free roof inspection from our team to ensure your roof is prepared for anything.
A ROOF INSPECTION CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
If your roof is damaged, it is likely that you will be paying higher heating and cooling bills throughout the year. This is because your roof aids in insulating your home. However, if there are cracked, damaged, or missing shingles, your roof isn’t able to do its job. This can lead to heat escaping through the roof, which will you more money on your heating bill. Get a free roof inspection done by one of our expert West Houston roofers, and you can guarantee your roof will be in its best shape. Let us save you money on your heating bills this winter.
PROTECT YOUR ROOF AND YOUR GUTTERS
Your gutters are an extension of your roof. When they are functioning correctly, they help your roof drain rain water, melting snow, and other debris. If you haven’t already, this is the perfect time of year to have your gutters professionally cleaned. Professional cleanings are important because the buildup of debris in gutters can be damaging to the health of your roof. We recommend scheduling a professional cleaning in advance of your inspection. This allows our team to inspect your gutters as well as your room. We can tell you if there are any weak or damaged places that need repair. Don’t be stuck with damaged gutters should ice, snow, or hail come around later this winter. Be prepared for anything with a free roof inspection from Amstill.
SCHEDULE A FREE ROOF INSPECTION RIGHT AWAY
It is not too late to prepare your roof for winter weather. If you have not scheduled your semi-annual roof inspection, give our team a call today.