Summer is knocking at the door and it is time to think of summer roof care already. To keep the roof in the optimum level of performance you can do a few things to reduce the risk of damage this summer.
Let us look at the dos and don’ts of roof maintenance and care.
Using Pressure Hoses
In spite of the pressing need to clean roofs and clearing the collected mould with a pressure cleaner unless you know exactly the best way to pressure clean a roof, you could end up damaging the roof. Amateurish cleaning tactics do more harm than good. Intense streams of water can remove the top layer of your roof protection along with the mould. It is better to call a professional team to help you out if you are not sure the best way to clean the roof.
You should always see to it that the area around the home should have a cleared area around it. The precaution will serve to prevent problems arising from trees being too close. Being careful will also help in keeping away falling branches in summer storms.
Check the gutters and drains to make sure that they are free of debris and have a clear run; to allow them to drain stormwater efficiently away from your home.
Checking for Leaks
Roofs face considerable damage while checking and changing roof tiles. Therefore leave the periodic checking to professional roof teams and say no to damaged roofs.
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Our advice is that you should keep away from DIY roof projects and keep yourself and your roof safe by allowing professionals to do the job.
To avoid costly mistakes you can get in touch with the Dynaroof roofing squad today.