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When it comes to making sure your home or business is structurally sound, the roof is sometimes the last thing people inspect. And that can be a problem.
In this issues, we’ll share tips for inspecting your roof, including what specifically to look for.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I INSPECT MY ROOF?
Roofing industry expects highly recommend that you inspect your roof at least twice each year. The ideal times are just before the spring and fall seasons. Both seasons tend to be our most extreme, so it’s just good sense to make sure your roof is prepared to handle the elements or get a head start on any improvements or repairs that need to be made.
It’s also highly recommended that you inspect your roof immediately following a storm.
WHAT SHOULD I LOOK FOR DURING THE ROOF INSPECTION?
There are a few keys areas you should hone in on, including:
As for the interior of your roof, look for:
IF YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS IS DAMAGED, CALL J&M KEYSTONE, INC.
It’s definitely in your best interest to call in a professional to make sure repairs are done the right way.
For expert roof repair in San Diego, call us here at J&M Keystone, Inc.; we’re available around the clock, and our number is 800-368-2757.
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