Chances are that if you are reading this page then you are strongly considering having your home’s roofing system changed or installed for the first time or repaired. If this is the case then you need to contact J&J Northwoods Construction Inc. today. Our skilled and dedicated approach to shingle roofing may be envied by many of our competitors but the fact of the matter is that it is rivalled by very few. With a wealth of experience in all areas of shingle roofing, there is no task too big or challenging for our certified specialists. Don’t take chances with inferior roofing service providers when the number one team in the area is right here for you to use. Trust us, you won’t regret it.
Limit Foot Traffic
If there is one message that we think every single one of our residential clients should take on board it is this: keep foot traffic on your home’s shingle roof to an absolute minimum. The simple fact of the matter that even the best designed, most-well maintained and regularly inspected shingle roof can be undone by walking on your roof too frequently. Whether it is to repair a satellite dish, or rescue a lost kitten, we understand that from time to time it may be necessary to get on top of your home’s roof. However, if these visits become too regular an occurrence then there is a very real chance that your shingles lifespan will be reduced considerably. Don’t make this mistake, instead stay off your roof.
Signs That Your Roof’s Shingles Need Replacing
If your shingle roof is less than ten years old then you might think that there is no need to have an inspection. However, the fact of the matter is that on certain occasions your shingled roof may have aged prematurely and may need to be replaced. One of the added benefits of having your shingled roof repaired or maintained regularly is that it allows us to detect if any problems exist. Some of the most obvious indicators that we will look out for include:
- Missing shingles
- Folded shingles
- Rain removing shingle granules during heavy rainfall
- Mold growing on the roof
- Areas of your home’s roof that appear dented and damaged
- Water dripping through the roof into your home’s attic
- Daylight seeping through the roof when looking into the attic