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Roofman Wants to Share Tips to Prepare Your Roof for Winter

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Inspecting and preparing your roof for winter is essential to prevent damage and stress.

SALINE, Mich. - eTradeWire -- Have you trimmed the trees around your home?

When was the last time your shingles were inspected?

Inspecting and preparing your roof for winter is essential to prevent damage and stress.

How to Prepare Your Roof for Winter:

1. Trim bushes and trees around your home: Even if you clean your roof and gutters in the fall, failing to trim back overgrown trees or bushes now can lead to debris on the roof during winter.
2. Inspect the shingles: Shingles may wear out over time and inspecting for damage can prevent costly repairs.
3. Check attic ventilation: If your attic is poorly ventilated, your roof could be exposed to winter elements, allowing ice dams to form. Keeping airflow consistent is essential for keeping your roof protected.

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To see more tips on preparing your roof from Roofman USA, click here: (https://www.roofmanusa.com/winter-ready-roofing...)

Protect Your Home This Winter with a Local Roofing Company in Ann Arbor

Take the guessing out of roof maintenance when you work with a local roofing company in Ann Arbor. A roofing expert can provide insight and catch faults the average person wouldn't. Roofman inspects your attic ventilation spots, and checks along the chimney, and anywhere moisture or mold could collect and damage your roof.

About Roofman USA: Roofman USA is a family-owned company proud of its dependable, local business. Their team of roofing specialists is the finest in the business. State-licensed and fully insured, your home is protected from start to finish. All of their roofing specialists must first pass the Roofman Expert Application Test, to ensure quality work every time.

https://www.roofmanusa.com/contact-us/

Source: Roofman USA
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