If the roof of your home or business is damaged by heavy rains, winds or falling debris, a roof tarp can be a good quick-fix until professional repairs can be made.
In this issue, we’ll talk about the benefits of a roof tarp as well as the negative effects if left on your roof for too long.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF A ROOF TARP?
When your roof has been damaged, limiting the damage is the name of the game, and a roof tarp is a good quick-fix.
Among other things, a roof tarp can protect your roof from more damage from the elements (storms, winds, etc.), and keep rodents and other pests – and even thieves – from entering your home or business.
Some insurance providers actually require home and business owners to cover their roofs immediately after a disaster to prevent further damage.
WHAT ARE THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF A ROOF TARP?
Roof tarps should be looked at as a quick-fix. If it’s left on for an extended period of time, it can lead to a number of problems, including:
HOW DO I INSTALL A ROOF TARP?
While many may think of the roof tarp installation as a DIY-job, it’s recommended that at least two (2) people install the roof tarp.
IF YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS IS DAMAGED, CALL J&M KEYSTONE, INC.
While a roof tarp is an effective quick-fix, it’s definitely in your best interest to call in a professional to make sure repairs are done the right way.
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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