So, you just went or are about to go through the roof replacement process. No matter where you are in the process, you probably heard your roofing contractor mention inspections in the future.
Most homeowners only get their roof inspected when there’s an active leak, or it’s time for a roof replacement. This is understandable because we usually don’t think about a roof until there’s a problem.
Just like a car, your roof needs maintenance to keep it running smoothly. But if you don’t work in the roofing industry, you probably don’t know how to actually perform roof maintenance.
We all know our cars need an oil change or tire rotation as part of regular maintenance. Just like your car, your roof also needs maintenance whether you just replaced it or if it’s 20 years old.