Whether you're a homeowner or renter, a damaged roof can be a precursor to leaks that can affect your walls, ceiling, insulation and belongings. Roof leaks can even lead to mold growth, which is not only unsightly but harmful to your health.
Your roof employs several materials designed to keep out moisture. Routine wear or sudden damage can prevent your roof from doing its job. Points of failure include missing or cracked shingles, missing or damaged flashing or vent pipe coverings, and gaps or cracks in caulk or sealant. Faulty window flashings and clogged gutters can also cause water to leak into your home.
Bubbling paint, stained ceilings or walls and mold growth in places that shouldn't be wet can all signal a roof, window or wall leak. To minimize your risk of needing an expensive repair, conduct an annual roof inspection from the ground using binoculars or a camera's zoom lens, or hire a professional if you can't get a view. Changes in weather can impact your property, and water damage is a common issue year-round.
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