Roofing Inspection News
Does Your Home Need a Roof Inspection?
We are only a few weeks away from spring. Aside from the allergies that plague our sinuses, the Houston weather will be quite pleasant. The sun will typically be bright, soft breezes, and we’ll even run into some light rain.
Regardless of the fair weather, your roof will continue to take a beating. The sun can become brutally hot, the breeze can become a bluster, and the light rain can turn into thunderstorms. At Amstill Roofing, we recommend that you prepare your house with a roof inspection for the worst of conditions, especially while you’re experiencing the best conditions.
INSPECTING YOUR ROOF
As one of Houston’s most trusted roofing contractors, we will send one of our highly trained roofing representatives to inspect your roof, free of charge. If you have certain problems, like leaks or valleys, we will inspect those areas to specify the exact reasons those issues have arisen. We inspect the shingles and the amount of life left on them. As with most things, a roof begins to depreciate once it has been placed. This is due to time and weather conditions. This is simply a natural process and one that you should be aware of.
Part of the natural process should be maintaining your roof’s integrity. This includes roof repair, whether from storms, limbs falling from trees, or standing water. If your roof is nearing its expiration and is already experiencing a number of various issues, then we recommend a roof replacement.
A roof replacement is the complete renovation of your roof. This strengthens the entire structure of the house, as it helps eliminate the chances of leaks, valleys, rotting, or the roof problems.
Whether a roof replacement or simple roof repair, we recommend getting a roof inspection done while Houston is experiencing great weather.
If you see problems with your roof, then contact Amstill Roofing. Our Houston roofing company has been servicing homes since 1974 and we have continued successfully by honest workmanship and excellent professionalism.