3-Step Spring Checklist for Your Roof

May 13, 2022

The snow should be finally melted and your roof, which has been covered in an icy layer since last fall, is finally beginning to emerge again. Now is the time to make sure that your roofing is ready for the upcoming warmer weather, and complete any necessary repairs from damage suffered during the cold, snowy winter months.
Step 1: Start With Gutters
Your gutters are actually an integral part of your roofing, so any spring checklist for getting your roof ready for summer must include inspecting and cleaning out the gutters. Even if you had them cleaned in the fall, there are often more leaves and debris that fall during winter and can clog them up again. With the snow ready to melt and the potential for wet spring weather ahead, you want to make sure they are working properly to get that water off the roof. Check for areas where they have separated from the home and check the gutter seams to avoid leaks.
Step 2: Perform a Roof Inspection
A roof has a big role to play in protecting your home and after several months of being piled with snow and ice, now is the time to make sure it’s still up to the task. Some of the most important things to check for during this inspection include:

  • Missing shingles
  • Cracked, curling, or buckling shingles
  • Shingles that have lost an excessive amount of the protective granules
  • Dents, dings, or rust on the metal flashing that surrounds chimneys and other areas of the roof

Step 3: Make Any Necessary Repairs
If you notice any of the above signs when you perform an inspection on your roof, it’s important to repair them right away. Waiting will often only make the damage worse, and put your home at risk for water leaks and other problems. If you don’t have the right equipment or proper experience to repair it on your own, call a professional roofing contractor from Integrity to help today.

3-Step Spring Checklist for Your Roof

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