1. Consult a professional if you have concerns
2. Keep trees around your property trimmed & maintained
3. Have annual inspections performed
4. Make sure your ventilation is up to snuff
5. Get & stay insured
Insurance is typically required when you buy a home, however, some homeowners will let their insurance lapse. Should your roof incur damage while you’re uninsured, the entire cost of repairing any damage to your roof or home will fall directly on your shoulders. These costs can cost upwards into the thousands, so before you consider letting your insurance lapse, first consider that the cost of repairs can be exorbitantly higher than the cost of simply paying for insurance.
Knowing how to keep your home in the best possible condition, at all times -throughout every season- is definitely a tedious task, but the pay off is worth it’s weight in gold. No matter what your home endures, if you treat it right, it will pay you back in kind.
If it’s been a few years since you’ve thought of your roof, it’s probably a good time to call in a roofer. Maybe one with more than 35 years of experience under their belts. We’ve got you covered there. Give us a call anytime at (650) 583-5998, or simply request a quote above and one of our highly knowledgeable estimators can provide you with a full inspection or free estimate for the cost of necessary repairs.
We’re up and running with your safety in mind. We offer no contact estimations, and our estimators are available to answer any questions you may have via phone. Together we’ll get your roof back in water-tight condition and give your curb appeal a boost!