Spring Cleaning For Your Roof

Spring cleaning isn’t just for the inside of your house- your roof also requires maintenance to keep it in top shape. Spring cleaning for your roof not only makes it look great, but also ensures its longevity and structural integrity. Let’s look into how to add your roof into your spring cleaning checklist: 

Clear Debris
Leaves, branches, and other debris can accumulate on your roof over the winter months. Debris can trap moisture and cause growth of mold and algae. You can use a broom or leaf blower to remove any debris from your roof’s surface and gutters. 

Clean Gutters and Downspouts
Clogged gutters can lead to water damage to your roof and home, so it is essential to keep them clear. Use a gutter scoop or hose to remove any leaves, twigs, or other obstructions. We know this can be a hassle, so we would love to take care of it for you!

Trim Overhanging Branches
Overhanging branches can cause damage to your roof by scratching the surface or depositing debris. Trim back any branches that hang over your roof to prevent damage and reduce the risk of falling limbs during storms. 

Including your roof in your spring cleaning can help ensure it remains in great condition and continues to protect your home for years to come. If cleaning your roof doesn’t sound like something you’re comfortable with doing, we would be happy to come out for an inspection to assess your roof. Whether you need a simple gutter cleaning or a roof replacement, we will help every step of the way! Visit our website to get started.