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The rainy season can cause roof damage no matter where you live. Rain can cause roof damage, which can lead to leaks and eventually water damage to your home’s structural integrity. It is important to prepare your roof for the rainy season by taking the necessary precautions. While a professional roofer is the best person to inspect your roof, there are many steps you can take in preparation for your roof.

Examine Your Roof

You should first inspect your roof for damage, debris, or pooling. This will help you identify the repairs that are required so that you can make them before it rains. Use a binocular to inspect your roof from the ground. You could injure yourself while climbing up. Protective equipment like gloves and a helmet is necessary if you plan on climbing to get a better view.

Repair Shingles Damaged

Your shingles are your first line of defense against the weather. They must be in top shape. A potential leak is waiting for any damaged or missing shingle. To prevent water damage, make sure you repair any damaged shingles immediately. If you are unsure whether your shingles require repair, it is a good idea to have a professional inspect them.

Replace your Shingles

Sometimes, it is better to replace all of your shingles. This will ensure that your roof can protect your home and allow roofers to find structural problems that could lead to expensive repairs down the road. You can also choose a stronger material to replace your old shingles.

Clean the Gutters

Rainstorms can cause more pressure on your guttering system. You should inspect your guttering system for blockages and clean them if necessary. You can increase the likelihood of water leaks by not cleaning the roof.

The Flashing

Your roof’s flashing can withstand extreme weather conditions such as hail, snow, and rain. You should check your roof to make sure it’s not damaged. Cracks, holes, or rust can develop over time, allowing water infiltration. If your flashing isn’t up to standard, it should be replaced immediately.

Prune nearby trees

Tree branches too close to your house can cause damage to your roof. You should trim any branches that are too close to your home and make sure the branches nearby are not in danger.

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Although you can prepare your roof yourself, it is always a good idea for a professional to do so. You’ll be able to have an expert roofer inspect your roof and diagnose any issues. They will also be able to fix them quickly. They will also know what type of roof they recommend for you if it is time to replace it. You can rest easy knowing your roof is prepared for all weather conditions.

Don’t let the rainy season get you down! Contact HD Roofing today to schedule an inspection!

This article was written by a roofing and solar installation specialist at HD Roofing & Construction. At HD Roofing & Construction, our roofing company in Longwood FL is the heart of the company, and we are proud to have a highly-trained, professional team. If you need a roof over your head, we’ve got you covered. We offer a variety of roofing and home improvement services, including roof replacement and repairs, emergency tarps, home restoration, and solar!

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