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Why Should You Get a Roof Inspection?

Getting your roof inspected can help avoid problems before they happen. A reputable roofing company can help identify minor damage or issues before they become major...meaning expensive! While shingles and tiles are what most people think of, there are actually many more components that could need repair and require regular inspection. In fact, the under layers are generally difficult for a homeowner to inspect on their own, and it is the part that will deteriorate the most quickly, often needing repair much more often than the roof coverings themselves. The flashing and gutters can also wear over time and need to be in good shape to keep the roof in its best condition.

How often should you do inspections? Roofing experts say you should have your tile or shingle roof inspected every year after the first 5 years. Call today and schedule a FREE inspection with Galil. We'll provide photos of any damage identified and an estimate for any necommended repair.

Note: These are simple inspections for analysis of potential problems or repair work needed. Official inspections for home purchase, bank requirements, etc. are more extensive and require a fee.


Why Do You Need to Clean Your Gutters Regularly?

Accumulated leaves and debris can end up costing you thousands of dollars if you don’t. Gutters carry rainwater from your roof down the side of your home and away from the foundation. When gutters get filled with leaves and other elements, the water has nowhere to escape. If it backlogs, you could end up with water inside your home, which can create damage and mold.

During the winter, it’s even more essential to have clean gutters and leaders. Gutters are designed to prevent icicles from forming on the edge of your roofline, which can cause damage to your shingles. If too much water builds up, you’ll have water splashing through your roof and into your home in no time.



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