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Here is a guide to checking your roof. A checkup on your roof system in the fall and spring will help diagnose potential problems early.
NRCA recommends you hire a professional roofing contractor to assist you with checking your roof. However, NRCA realizes many homeowners prefer to perform an initial inspection themselves. If you prefer to go that route, following are some important tips to get you started.
When cleaning your gutters or inspecting your roof system, remember important ladder safety tips:
Once on the ladder, you should look for:
Before you hire a roofing contractor, do your homework:
*Note: U.S. workers’ compensation laws vary by state. Consult your state’s laws to determine workers’ compensation insurance requirements.
Use the following form to record your roof system’s checkup each fall and spring.
|Your roof system’s health|
chimneys and pipes
|Checked interior walls and ceilings for water damage|
|Called a professional roofing contractor|
If you diagnose a problem, hire a professional roofing contractor.