Roof damage can be stressful and expensive in the long run if maintenance is not conducted on time. In the video, Bill Ragan teaches how one can identify roof damage without the need to climb to their roof.
Identifying the extent of damage on a roof is vital because it determines an appropriate intervention mechanism. If a given roof is extensively damaged, the appropriate course of action would be to replace it. Otherwise, roofs that may only be partially damaged may only need to be repaired.
While damages to a roof occur over a steady period, they increase in prevalence with the occurrence of natural phenomena such as storms. It is, therefore, important for homeowners to assess the extent of damage to their roofs after the occurrence of a storm. Homeowners can visually inspect the extent of damage to their roof after a storm by simply walking around their property. They shouldn't attempt to climb to the top of their roofs while assessing damages because it physically endangers them. Instead, homeowners should contact residential roofing companies within their locale to conduct such assessments. This ensures that the exercise is not only safe but also reliable.