The NRCA (National Roofing Contractors Association) recommends for semi annual roofing inspection to be completed. The recommended time frames are in the fall and late spring. Many homeowners do not follow this advice for numerous reasons - carelessness, lack of knowledge of potential risks, or the unwillingness to hire a professional that will perform the proper inspection and tuneup process.
It is crucial to note that safety is paramount. If you do not feel safe navigating your roof or climbing a ladder please do not do so! Please take into consideration that roofers have navigated hundreds if not thousands of roofs and are skilled to safely inspect the your roof as well as your gutters. The costs associated with hiring a roofer for your NJ roofing inspection are miniscule in comparison to medical costs for the homeowner in case of an accident.
Fall Roofing Inspection - What to look for
Whether you hire a roof professional for your fall roofing inspection or are capable of performing the task yourself, here are the key components of roofing maintenance to pay attention to as they are often the culprits of leaks and roofing damage during the winter and spring.
In a nutshell, these areas will not only protect your home during the fall and winter months but will also extend the general lifespan of the roof on your home. Simple maintenance and inspections can often save you thousands on interior and exterior repairs that could have been avoided if a roofing inspection was implemented semi-annually.
Are you looking for a roofing contractor or seamless gutter contractor in central New Jersey? If so contact Brothers Roofing at (609)508-3416. We look forward to serving all of your roofing and gutter needs.