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Owning a home requires constant maintenance. You have to cut the grass in the summer and shovel snow in the winter. You have to keep an eye on your heating and cooling systems, and make sure that your plumbing doesn’t have any leaks. However, most people don’t think much about their roofs. Care For Your Roof is as much important as others are.

Roof problems are more common than you might think. According to the National Roof Certification and Inspection Association, “roof deficiencies are the most common problem reported by home inspection associations. Thirty percent of real estate inspection claims are due to roof leaks and water penetration. Thirty-nine percent of homeowner’s insurance claims are because of roof problems.”

Part of your maintenance schedule, then, should include caring for your roof. Here are a few things to look for. Care For Your Roof and regular maintenance will save your money and provides your mental satisfaction.

Condition of Shingles: Make sure that you don’t have any cracked or otherwise damaged shingles, and be sure that all shingles are firmly attached. A hail or wind storm might cause damage to your shingles. It pays to have a reputable roofing company or roofing contractor take a look in order to be certain that your roof is in good shape.
Flashing: Flashing is the metal strips on your roof between the shingles and the roof’s corners and edges that help to protect it from the elements. Look for any twisted, missing, cracked, or damaged flashing. Damaged flashing is one of the main causes of roof leaks. If you find any, contact your home roofing contractor right away,
Ice dams: Ice dams form when poor insulation lets heat escape from your home and into the attic. This warmer air melts snow on warmer days, and when the snow refreezes, forms an ice dam. This can cause water to pool up behind it, get behind your shingles, and damage your home.

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