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Maintain the good shape of Your Roof By Following These Maintenance Tips.

Everyone is aware of the importance of having a roof overhead.  Your roof is not only responsible for protecting your home from damages, it also helps in heating and cooling your house as well as providing you with a healthy place to live in.  To maintain your roofs condition whether new or not, follow these maintenance tips to guide you.

Inspect your roof after a heavy storm and twice every year.  Taking your time to inspect your roof is the first step of maintaining the condition of your roof.  This needs to be done during fall and spring and after each heavy storm twice every year. The inspection should be done on the outside and inside of the roof. And inspection after a storm needs to be done on the outer side of the roof to make sure there are no gouges from debris or broken tiles. This inspection should be done using a ladder or a binoculars.

Trim overhanging branches.  If you are inspecting Cranberry Township flat roofs http://totintoo.com/types-of-roofs/flat-roof/ take not of branches growing close to the roof or house.  Trim down all the branches hanging close to the roof. Falling pine needles and leaves can get into your roofs valleys where they will hold moisture in and rot the roof tiles making them weak.  This allows rain water to get in and further damage the structure of your roof.  They will not only gouge the roof, they will also damage the tiles of the roof.

Clean the tiled roofing from any debris.  Remove the debris from your roof not less than two times a year. Pine needles, leaves, dirt and other debris if left for long can cause mildew and mold to grow on your Cranberry Township tile roofing.  You are protecting your roof from potential damages by keeping it free from debris.

Make sure that mildew and mold are not growing on the roof.  If black spots appear on the roof, it is a sign of mildew and mold.  Mold can grow on your roof with time and lead to damages on your roof.  If you have a new roof without and mildew or molds, attach zinc strips at the peak of the roof.  The zinc does the job of washing off the strips each time it rains thereby preventing mildew or mold from growing. With an older roof, you need to clean it with a mold remover first before placing the zinc strips.

Although home owners are able to do the roof inspection and maintenance, it is good to have a professional roofer take a look at your roof every once in a while. They can spot and fix problems before you notice them.
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