Spring Roof Maintenance: How a Professional Inspection Will Protect Your Roof

While it may seem like El Paso isn’t ready to embrace spring given the cold weather that has us still reaching for our winter coats, before we know it, it will be hot and we will be spending more time outdoors. Warm weather affects more than our clothing. It affects our homes and the maintenance they need to remain in good condition when the temperatures rise. This matters especially for our roofs.

Spring roof maintenance involves preparing your roof for the new season and having any repairs done before the hot summer hits the Sun City. Remember last year’s 100 plus degree days? All you need to do is call and schedule a time for inspection with MAK Roofing. We’ll handle the heavy lifting!

A Glimpse Into Spring Maintenance and What Our Inspections Entail

A number of things can happen to your roof during the colder months. Plus the wind we’ve seen in the past few weeks has been severe, leaving the great possibility that your roof has damage and you don’t even know it.

During our inspection, we’ll check the entirety of your roof. This will allow us to inform you of what repairs, if any, are needed to protect your roof from future damage. Here are a couple of things we’ll look for:

  • Mold
  • Debris that needs to be cleared
  • Missing or curling shingles
  • Leaves or tree branches
  • Gutter damage
  • Leaks
  • Flashing

Once we access the damage and offer you a break down of the repairs that will be needed, we’ll also ensure you understand what you can do your part to keep your roof secure. Many times, it involves keeping your gutters clear of leaves and other debris as well as having shingles or missing parts of the roof repaired sooner rather than later.

Mak Roofing is Here For Your Roof’s Needs  

We service all types of residential roofs. Our goal is to provide you with peace of mind! Peace of mind that through our repairs, you can rest easy knowing your roof’s lifetime will be extended and you won’t have to worry about the worst of damage.

Connect with us today to learn more and to schedule your next inspection.