After the Snow Has Gone, Don’t Forget to Inspect Your Roof!

Winter can be a particularly rough season for roofs. Ice and snow can put so much stress on roof systems, but since it’s dangerous for you to climb up onto your roof during the cold months, you can’t really tell how well it’s holding up. One of the first things that you should do now that the weather has become relatively gentler is to have your roof inspected for damage.


 Spring Roof Inspection Will Catch Damages Caused by Winter Weather


The best time to inspect your roof is in the spring.  The freeze-thaw cycle that occurs during winter can cause damage as moisture seeps into cracks and crevices, freezes, and then expands, making the cracks larger.  A thorough spring roof inspection allows you to catch any potential problems early before more damage is done to your property.


Roof repairs and replacements can get pretty expensive if you do not act on problems right away. Your roof may still be functioning well and has been able to keep your household warm during the colder months, but you’ll never really know for sure that it’s still in optimum condition until you have it checked by a professional.


Blair Construction-Roofing and General Contracting is among the trusted roofers in Annapolis that offer reliable roof inspection services in the area and in Severna Park, Bethesda, Crofton, Bowie and Davidsonville. They ensure that every nook and corner of your roof system gets evaluated. They check everything from missing roof tiles or shingles to unexplained stains on your ceiling.


The company’s licensed and insured contractors will give you a thorough assessment of your roof’s condition and make recommendations for shingles, tiles, and metal roofing for Annapolis homes. Their experienced team is committed to helping you make an informed decision on the need for roof repair or replacement. Call Blair Construction-Roofing and General Contracting today to schedule a free evaluation and start saving your roof from further damage.


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