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How will I know when I need to call a roofing professional to inspect my roof? It looks fine.
We typically recommend having your roof inspected at least once per year to best catch tiny issues before they turn into larger ones.
What should I be looking for if I want to inspect my roof myself first?
A good rule of thumb is to look around at your ceilings in your home, and also the overhead decking in your attic for any signs of leaking or mold. From outside, grab a pair of binoculars and look around for lifting, slipping, cracked, or missing shingles. If you're able to see any exposed nailheads, be sure to give us a call to get everything sealed back up for you!
How can I tell if my attic is ventilated properly?
The best place to start would be to look at your eaves and towards the top of your roof to make sure there are vents. On a hot day, reach up and touch your ceiling. A hot ceiling will let you know that there may be too much hot air trapped in your attic which will wreak havoc on your a/c bill. You can also grab those binoculars again and look for blistering on your shingles. Too much heat from inside of your attic will sizzle your shingles for sure.
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