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Denver Roofing: Article About How To Winterize A Roof

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When the fall season comes to an end, it's important to prep the home for harsh weather that can arrive and damage the property. The roof is often hit the hardest because it protects the interior space from environmental elements. To prevent excessive damage from occurring, there are a few steps to take with the help of a Denver roofing professional.

The rain gutters may not seem like an important part on a roof, but they help to promote proper water flow on the structure. This helps to ensure that water doesn't become backed up on the roof with standing water that can develop due to a lack of drainage on the home.

It's also important to make sure that the roof has proper protection with the materials that are installed on the home. Shingles and tiles should be secured with cement that is applied to loose parts. Any areas where the materials are missing should be replaced to prevent leaks from developing. Broken tiles or curled shingles should also be replaced. This includes having a professional inspect the flashing that is on the chimneys on the roof.

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The flashing should still be in good condition to prevent any moisture from getting into the home with snow or rain.

If leaks are discovered on the roof, they'll need to be repaired immediately before the winter season arrives. At many times, it can be challenging for homeowners to determine the exact location of a leak that is present on the home. A professional roofer will be able to find the leak by accessing the attic and looking for areas where sunlight may be coming in through the roof boards.

Tree branches can also pose as a threat to the roof in the middle of a storm. Any trees that are in close proximity to the structure will need to be cut back at the end of the fall season to prevent them from growing back too quickly and puncturing the structure.

To prevent placing too much weight on the roof, it's also important to have heating cables installed to melt the snow quickly. These can be used throughout each week.

It's also important to have a professional roofer perform an inspection on the entire roof to identify any vulnerable areas that are more susceptible to damage. The structure will also need to be examined after the season ends to ensure that there aren't any areas that became damaged from storms or heavy rainfall.

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