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Why is roof maintenance important?

 You may have a roof over your head. But what is keeping that roof up and running? Have you invested in a roof maintenance plan to keep everything in ship shape? There are several reasons why you would do just that in order to protect not only your home or commercial property, but your wallet as well.

Manufacturer warranty

One of the big sticking points for employing roof maintenance is simply because materials manufacturers will only uphold their warranties if a roof owner can prove that they have been receiving regular maintenance checks. Not all roof warranties are created equal. Some may require biennial, yearly, or even biannual checkups.

If your roofing warranty is voided, you will not be covered by the manufacturer for defective or damaged materials.

Lifespan of your roof

A good roof keeps the rain out. A great roof keeps your structure safe and efficient for a very long time. But it will not be able to do that if it is allowed to fall into disrepair. Part of the Land Roofing maintenance package includes checking for any damaged materials, removing potential dangers from the surrounding area like tree branches, inspecting water runoff, and looking for any buildup of debris, rust, dirt and grime on skylights, and anything else that could harm your roof.

Many types of minor repairs are included in our maintenance program that help avoid larger repairs down the road.

Saving more money and time

When your roof is healthy, you don’t have to worry about your effect on the environment. You also don’t have to worry about damages you can’t see, rising utility bills, or huge, costly repairs. 

Obviously, nature can find a way to cause serious damage to your roof that requires more than just simple periodic maintenance. But in the long periods of time between those occurrences, regular roof maintenance ensures that you have the option to prevent leaks before they happen and keep your home or building free of unwanted moisture in the air. A healthy roof also means that it is efficiently moving hot air out of the building during the hot months and keeping warm air in during the cold months. 

Not many people enjoy wasting time with a faulty roof. And even fewer like it when that faulty roof costs them more expenses than they bargained for. Roof maintenance on your residential or commercial building is a great way to make sure you don’t waste any more time or money on your roof.

If you have any further questions about residential roof or commercial roof maintenance, feel free to contact us.

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