Roofing, Restoration & Re-ConstructionFamily Owned, Family Operated

Blog

Jul
12
How Often Should You Inspect Your Roof?

Keeping your roof in top shape is critical in ensuring your home remains well protected at all times. The best way to do this is by investing in regular maintenance, repairs, and inspections. Read on as Eldridge Roofing and Restoration, your roof repair expert, answers some common questions from homeowners about roof inspections:

temp-post-image

Why Do I Need Roof Inspections?

Professional inspections help you spot and repair small problems on your roof before they develop into expensive catastrophes. Inspections also help you discover any flaws in the workmanship that may compromise your home’s safety.

Turning to an expert like Eldridge Roofing and Restoration for emergency roof repair can help extend your roof’s service life and prevent any problems that may affect your home’s structure and your family’s protection. A roof leak, for example, can lead to mold growth that compromises your home’s structural integrity and poses a health hazard to your family.

How Often Should My Roof Be Checked?

The National Roofing Contractors Association recommends having your roof checked twice a year, once in the fall and once in spring. The mild weather of these two seasons make inspecting easier, and allows you to prepare for potential seasonal weather hazards.

You should also schedule for inspections if your area has recently suffered a major storm that involved hail, high winds, or flying debris. These types of storms can significantly damage your roof, so be sure to call us for an immediate inspection and repair.

Eldridge Roofing and Restoration offers quality roofing services to keep your system in excellent shape all year round. Call us today at (281) 816-6006 to schedule a roof inspection or repair. We’ll even give you a free estimate. We serve The Woodlands, Cypress, and Spring, TX.


contact us

Tell us what you think

Please provide the required field.
Please verify that you are not a robot.