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Roofing Tips for Beginner

Taking care of your roof can be quite a hassle, especially when you’re working full time and taking care of your kids. People often overlook at the importance of taking care of their roof, when in reality the roof is an essential element of your house that protects you from the harsh elements such as rain, dirt, debris, and many more. Here we have listed several roofing tips for you beginners, make sure to read this article to find out more.

When in doubt, seek professional help

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Not everyone is capable of taking care of their roof, especially if you’re a clumsy person. Nowadays many professional roofing services that offer inspection, roofing, painting, cleaning, and many more. Make sure to seek professional help in case you’re not sure of what you’re doing because it could lead to injuries or even worse, damaging your roof.

Clean your roof

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As time goes on, there will be a lot of debris, stones and even leafs on your roof. Our first tip is to clean using a leaf blower or a garden hose, make sure to blow the debris away from your roof, as usually those piled up debris are the cause of roof leaks, which is not what you want.

Tip: avoid using big pressure to clean your roof, it’ll cause cracks and damage your roof.

Keep tracks of your roof

Another way to maintain your roof is to keep records of your roof, make a list of what type of roof you had installed when was the last time you had it cleaned or inspected. Having this list will help a lot when you’re thinking on doing an inspection, just make sure that you write the dates as well.

Check your roof

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After a long day of a storm or even hail, make sure to check your roof immediately for any damages or leaks, this will prevent further damage as you ignore the condition of your roof. And in worst case scenario of a broken roof, make sure to apply some first steps such as duct tapes and putting a cloth to cover your roof.

Tip: if you’re thinking to go up to check your roof, make sure to wear some protective gears in case you fall off, which is for safety measures.