How Does Regular Maintenance Affect Your Roof?

There are many property owners that have put off repair and maintenance issues on their home only to be surprised when they start popping up. Putting off regular maintenance is not a good way to save money. You could be potentially voiding your warranty by choosing not to address repairs. A professional roofing contractor can give you insights on how to expand the lifespan of your roof. Here are some of the top reasons you need regular roof maintenance!

Your Roof Performance Can Be Improved

Sticking to a rigid roofing maintenance schedule is the best way to be proactive about roofing issues. Investing in regular roofing maintenance with a contractor will help you spot roof issues before they escalate.

Greater Roof Lifespan

The roof on your home is a huge investment.  A total roof replacement could run you about $20 per square foot. If you aren’t regularly addressing maintenance concerns your roof will give up on you earlier.

Energy Efficiency Could Be Compromised

Without regular maintenance you could be compromising the energy efficiency of your home. When the weather is warm you could have a cooler home and when the weather is hot you can enjoy better circulation system throughout your home.

Keeping Your Roofing Warranty in Place

Without regular maintenance you could be voiding your roofing warranty and this will easily lead to more problems with the value of your roofing system. If you void your roofing warranty you could be responsible for all of the cost of repairs on your roof!

This post was written by Reggie Reed! Reggie is a state-certified roofing contractor and co-owner of Reggie Reed Roofing. He is a 4th generation roofing contractor. RR Roofing offers a wide variety of roofing services for residential homes, apartment complexes, condos, commercial buildings, churches and more. Reggie enjoys dedicating his spare time to helping underprivileged youth in his community and traveling with his family and friends.

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