With the temperatures rising and the snow melting, the transition from winter to spring is unlike any other. A season that is associated with renewal, you might think to do spring cleaning around the interior of your home, but why not give your exterior the same treatment? In today’s blog, we’ll be looking at how you can do ‘spring cleaning’ for your roof, more specifically. Learn more information by reading below or get in touch with our expert team at Mario’s Quality Roofing. Give us a call at 781.344.2420 or submit a contact form through our website.
Check Your Gutters
All winter long, lots of debris passes through your gutter system, and with more debris there tends to be more buildup. One of the first things you’ll want to do in your check-up routine is inspecting your gutters for debris. Remove any and all types of organic matter that are clogging your gutters. This process can be done easily with either a gutter scoop or by hand, and as should be the case whenever you work on your roof, be sure that you are taking the proper safety precautions.
Especially after long and harsh winters, you’ll want to inspect the condition of your roof shingles when spring arrives. When inspecting your roof, keep a close eye out for shingles that are bent, missing, or curled, as it’s essential to detect any kind of damage before it gets worse. Algae or mold, which can damage your roof, may not always be apparent, so be sure to keep an eye out for them.
Consult a Professional Roofing Team!
We at Mario’s Quality Roofing have provided homeowners in the South Shore and greater Boston area with tremendous results in roofing, siding, windows, and more. Call 781.344.2420 or submit a contact form through our website to get started today!