3 Reasons Why Fall is the Best Time to Schedule a Roof Inspection

Why You Should Schedule a Roof Inspection this Fall

An annual roof inspection is one of the items many homeowners put off for later when it is an item that should be at the top of your priority list every year. If it’s been a while since your last roof inspection or you never had one, now is the perfect time to contact a professional roofing company.

A roof inspection will identify any potential concerns for repairs or a roof replacement, giving you ample time to prepare and plan for the updates financially. When you hire a trusted local roofer, they often offer payment plans or financing available instead of requiring payment in full.

If you’ve been putting it off, here are three reasons why this fall is the perfect time to schedule a roof inspection.

Summer can be rough on a roof.

In South-Central Pennsylvania and Northern Maryland, summer weather can include severe storms, occasional hail, sun’s rays, and lots of humidity. All of these forces can cause damage to a roof including loose or missing shingles which open a pathway for moisture to find its way inside. Scheduling a roof inspection now gives you the chance to find and fix the damage before it gets worse.

Prepare for the winter.

Just like the summer is rough your home’s exterior so is the winter weather. Snow, sleet, rain, and wind are all likely and can all cause damage. If there is already minor damage present, these forces can cause greater damage including leaks or a collapse.

More Accessible.

Most days in the early fall are pleasant with plenty of sunshine, milder temperatures, and not as much rain. This gives roofers the ability to access your roof without having to cancel due to storms or bad weather.

If you are ready to schedule a roof inspection today, contact Bealing Roofing & Exteriors. We serve Pennsylvania and Maryland communities including Hanover, Gettysburg, Dover, Dallastown, and Timonium.

 

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