Roofs should preferably be inspected every year. Also, the inspection needs to be performed by a professional team, which knows exactly where to look for any tracks of deterioration on your roof. However, there are signs that you can notice yourself. Missing shingles or shingles which are curling or blistering can be some other indicators of roof-related problems to your home or commercial property.
Any type of shingle-related issue should be solved right on the spot, otherwise things may get more complicated and your roof may need more serious attention or even replacement. Despite the fact that many minor issues such as loose singles can be addressed quickly and efficiently by non-professionals, more serious matters should be solved by expert roofers.
According to the recommendation made by The National Roofing Contractors Association, roofs should be inspected two time per year, in order to identify any potential damages and take necessary measures in due time.
Gutters are another place where you should look for signs of damage, such as granules or debris. This type of problem could be identified without the help of an expert team from MidKansas Exteriors.
To sum up, the best idea is to have your roof inspected by a professional team at least twice a year, in the spring and in the fall.