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Welcome to Bevins Roofing and Home Improvement!

We are a reliable roofing company, focused on producing great value for our customers. Whether your concern is speed, quality, service, or all of the above, there is no need to look anywhere else; we provide it all! No need to continue putting off that home project. Let us take care of it and prove to you how great our service really is.

Give us a call today for a quote on your roofing project! We look forward to adding value to your home!

Fall Roofing Tips

  1. Pre-winter roof inspection. If your area is susceptible to winter storms of any kind, act ahead of time to ensure your roof makes it through harsh seasonal weather unscathed. Start with an inspection – look for leaks, stains, and cracks in exterior walls and check the ceiling and interior walls for signs of leaks and staining. When the rooftop is covered in snow and ice, it will be impossible to find leaks. It is important to check your roof for dirt, debris, and leaves that may have collected in the drains, scuppers, and gutters. Keeping an eye on this throughout the fall season will help avoid damages that are the result of blocked drainage.
  2. Trim back your trees. Trimming dead tree limbs, large branches or trees leaning toward house can prevent damage when bad weather arrives. The weight of snow or ice could result in branches or limbs falling onto house causing damage to roof.
  3. Check your attic to make sure that the vapor barrier of your insulation is facing downward. This will trap moisture and stop possible water problems.
  4. Clean your gutters of debris.
  5. Install gutter guards (may be needed if your house is in a heavily wooded area).
  6. Invest in roof repairs as needed. Small problems in the fall can turn into big problems in the winter. It is best to enter the winter season with a strong, sturdy roof. If you maintain your roof properly throughout the year, you won’t have to worry about excessive repair costs.

FINAL THOUGHT

There is a tendency for people to forget about their roofing system until there is a problem (leak noticed inside the home, missing shingles, etc.). Unfortunately, extensive damage can occur to the roofing system and decking which goes unnoticed until leaks appear. Being proactive and following the above tips can extend the life of your roof and save you money.

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