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October 22, 2019


Roof Maintenance


Roof Inspection After A Windstorm

Roofs are the home’s ultimate form of protection, which is why it is important to care for it regularly. Although they are built to be strong and sturdy, elements and outside forces can still cause harm to your roof. Windstorms, whether they are mild or harsh, are usually a culprit of destruction for a roof. Here’s why you need to do a roof inspection after a windstorm to ensure that your roof is still in good condition.

Find Out If Any Shingles Are Missing
The first step of post-windstorm roof care is looking out for obvious damage to your roof. This is usually seen in the form of missing shingles. If your roof has missing shingles, they will be easy to spot from the ground level as you will notice gaps in your roof or exposed wooden planks. Try looking at your roof from a distance (such as across the street/from your backyard) and scavenge around your yard for broken shingles to determine if any are missing from your roof.

Remove Branches, Twigs, and Other Debris
It is common for roofs to gather up plenty of branches, twigs, and other debris during a windstorm. Once it is safe to do so, get these things removed from your roof so that it does not damage any shingles, ducts, or eaves troughs.

Assess For Leaks
If you see that your roof has lost shingles, even if it may just be a few, assess your home for leaks. Leaks and other forms of water damage need to be fixed immediately as it can cause extreme damage to your home and your valuables.

Get Professional Help
If you see any damages to your roof, call Turnbull Roofing, your local Roofing Company in Oshawa for help immediately. Roof repairs should be completed as soon as possible to avoid potential damages to the interior of your home.

If you need professional roofing services or roof inspection in Oshawa, call Turnbull Roofing& Renovations Ltd, your local Oshawa Roofing Company, today at 905.686.7663.