We need to be sure our roofs are prepared for. Heavy Rain, Hail, and Snow are all severe Weather conditions
prepare your Roof for any possible weather damage. Before any storm hits, it’s important. And what better time then the Spring.
Here are a few simple maintenance maneuvers you can do all on your own to prevent leaks, debris, and other. such inconveniences from bogging you down during storms and harsh seasons.

Step 1:
Check entire roof, Check for leaks, flashing and vents,

How do you know if you have a leak in your roof?
The most common leak-prone areas are where water can finagle its way inside your home. Water spots on your ceiling and walls are a good sign there’s a problem. For example, Missing shingles, loose vents and poorly sealed flashing, all present potential problems, so scout these areas of your roof first. Remember such thing as a minor leak can be overlooked and cost of a lot of funds to repair When it could have been done by you!

Step 2: Fix leaks fast Even small leaks can lead to big problems if not taken care of, so if you don’t want mold or rotted insulation in your home, act on the warning signs at first sight. It is possible to perform some simple shingle and flashing replacements yourself, but it’s important to note that you should never put yourself in danger just to save a few bucks. If conditions aren’t ideal and you don’t have a full grasp of the situation at hand, hire a professional.

Step 3: Clean your gutters and downspouts The first big winds and rains tend to rustle remaining leaves and tree debris loose, where they invariably will find their way onto your roof and inside your gutters. Clogged gutters and downspouts are disasters waiting to happen, so be sure to give all that rainwater a safe and unobstructed place to go – preferably three or more feet away from your home’s foundation.

Step 4: Schedule a professional inspection Let’s face it, there’s only so much you can do to prep your roof from the elements. If a problem arises that you can’t effectively fix, save time and headaches by calling in the pros. trained eyes can often spot problems more easily, and these problems can often be fixed on the spot. It’s easy to find someone you can trust that’s also verified by others. Remember spring time is a time of storms and rain and just be prepared and make sure you roof has no leaks and if it does and it is out of your hand then please contact covenant contracting. Hope you all enjoyed the tips and stay safe and stay blessed.