Ask Our Roofers: What Do you Want Everyone to Know About Their Roof?

Ask Our Roofers: What Do you Want Everyone to Know About Their Roof?

Apr 09 2024

When it comes to maintaining the integrity and longevity of your roof, tapping into expert knowledge is not just beneficial—it’s essential. At Restoration Roofing, we understand the myriad of questions and concerns that homeowners have regarding their roofing systems. That’s why we’ve taken a unique approach, inviting our seasoned roofing experts to share their insights and advice. This blog series is dedicated to unpacking their invaluable tips, covering everything from routine maintenance to navigating insurance claims after storm damage. Join us as we delve into the wisdom of the skilled professionals at Restoration Roofing, ensuring you’re equipped with the knowledge to protect and enhance one of your home’s most vital components.

Taking care of your roof, especially the ventilation part really helps save the life and gives it a lot of longevity.
-Jason Painter

I would say making sure that you know you keep the roof clean, you know, debris off and if you do think you have a storm damage or have an insurance claim, call your roofer first and let them take a look at it because once you get along in the insurance process without a roofer it is a little bit harder to navigate that process if you do run into any issues.
-Richard Addison

Ventilation is key to your house and it’s not just key to your roof it’s key to your whole environment of your property it’s keeping your AC units properly cool it’s allowing them to work functionally and it’s also keeping your shingles cool which is going to allow that roof to last as long as it should.
-Josh Riddick

Alright, so the one thing I wish people knew about their roofs was it’s smart to get your roof inspected about every 3 to five years. A lot of times there’s damage up on your roof and you wouldn’t know it because most people just come home and go right in their house at the end of the day, they don’t easily notice it until you know you got leaking ins out or you got a bigger issue.
-Andrew Pickens