Preventive Roof Maintenance

The average roof will last a home or business owner 20-30 years. An important part of maximizing the life of your roof is regular roof maintenance. Montgomery Construction & Roofing offers our valued customer’s exceptional routine roof maintenance services to keep your roof in great condition and free from problems.

How Often Should Roof Maintenance Be Performed?

The best time of the year to schedule your annual roof maintenance and inspection is during the fall. This way the roofing specialists at Montgomery Construction & Roofing can inspect your roof for any potential damage or repairs before moving into the coldest and wettest time of the year. But if you are overdue for a roof inspection and maintenance service (or your property has never had one before), any time is a good time to start!

Why Maintaining Your Roof is Important

When you catch small repairs during regular roof maintenance, you can avoid completely replacing your roof later. Common repairs found during regular maintenance include:
• Shingle Repair- missing, curling or deteriorating shingles should be replaced to avoid larger repairs later.
• Damage Caused by Severe Weather- Sometimes when you experience wind, hail, heavy snow or rain, your roof can sustain some damage. Fixing it now will protect your home from future weather.
• Dark Spots or Holes on Shingles- Dark spots or holes will need to be repaired to offer protection from the elements.
• Sagging Roof Areas- This problem is indicative of water damage and needs attention immediately.

Preventive Roof Maintenance in Central Texas

With the help of the roofing experts at Montgomery Construction & Roofing, we can help you extend the life of your roof and perform any preventative roof maintenance needed. With our attention to detail, your roof will protect your home from the elements no matter the season. Call us to schedule service today!

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