Taking care of a leak in your roof before it happens or immediately upon seeing it is Paramount to saving money. Procrastinating due to cost? I get it. When my truck makes a noise I would rather put it off but I’ve learned that it just costs me more money in the long term.
When you see signs of a roof leak, it could have been there over a month. Now, it has damaged your insulation and worse, created an environment for mold. If that doesn’t sound too bad to you, read what the CDC says about mold in the home.
The repair is easy relative to the damage that is done. When you see the signs of a leak, take action. Call your local roofer for an estimate. If your roof is older, it’s always good to get ahead of it.
You may wonder how it’s possible to take care of a roof leak “before it happens” as stated in my first sentence. The answer is, be vigilant with your Roof Maintenance and be sure to have your roof inspected to look for signs of wear and tear from weather and age. If something has wiggled loose it may be a very simple i.e., inexpensive fix. Left alone, problems of loose shingles and areas around chimney and pipes will worsen. This lets water enter into your home and at the very least, causes mold.
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