Prevent moisture from destroying your roof
Water has a nasty habit of slowly breaking down everything it touches, especially when it comes to metal roofing, wooden struts and concrete walls. All it takes is a tiny crack through waterproofed surfaces and water will eventually widen the gap and weaken the materials within. Even moisture in the air can cause damage by rotting wooden structures and promoting fungal growth.
This is why you need to inspect your roofing for holes and cracks at least twice a year. Slather some waterproofing sealant the moment you see one on your roof or on the walls and you should prevent that water from getting in and causing more damage. It also helps to ventilate your attic and ceiling during warm, windy days. This gets rid of any moisture stuck in these areas and prevents fungi from settling in.
Or you could simply hire our Cary roofing contractors to assess your roofs for you. Our skilled specialists will handle these time-consuming tasks for you while you’re at work or watching over the kids!