Taking care of your roof is an important part of your fall maintenance routine and can help you to preserve the value of your property in the greater Vancouver area. Winter weather can take a significant toll on these essential components of your home or business premises. Here are five of the best ways to prepare your roof for the chill of winter before it arrives.
Clean Your Gutters
Making sure your gutters are clear of leaves and debris will allow you to enjoy the best possible drainage of melting snow and ice from your roof. Your Vancouver roofing contractor can often recommend and install gutter-guard systems that will help keep your gutters clear and functioning properly for many years to come.
Trim Your Trees
Fall is the perfect time to schedule tree trimming for your home or business. By taking a proactive approach to protecting your roof, you will reduce the risk that limbs will fall and cause damage to your roof during icy weather or severe storms.
Insulate Your Attic
Taking steps to insulate your attic will not only lower your utility bills but may also extend the life of your roof. This simple step will save you money now and well into the future.
Inspect Your Roof
While taking a look at your roof from time to time is a good idea, scheduling an inspection with a Vancouver roofing company this fall will allow you to enjoy the greatest possible peace of mind all winter long. Your roofing contractor can spot issues before they become serious problems and can provide you with the right recommendations to repair your roof before winter sets in later this year.
Perform Necessary Repairs
Making sure your home or business is ready for winter may require scheduling some work to replace shingles or even to replace your entire roof. Your local Vancouver roofing company is your best source of information and guidance on keeping your roof in tip-top condition year after year.
At Macbeth Roofing & Waterproofing, we specialize in providing expert maintenance, repairs and replacements for commercial and residential roofs in the greater Vancouver area. Call our team today at 604-670-1611 to request a quote for roof repairs or a brand-new roof. We are here to serve you.
As a homeowner or property manager, you depend on a solid and leak-free roof to provide you with a safe and healthy environment. Keeping a watchful eye on the condition of your roof is the best possible way to protect your possessions, your inventory and your equipment in the greater Vancouver area. Here are five signs that your roof may be due for a replacement.
Numerous Missing Shingles or Tiles
If only a few tiles or shingles are missing around the edges, your local roofing contractor can typically repair and restore your roof to proper function. If many of the shingles or tiles are missing, however, a new roof is recommended to ensure the best possible protection for your buildings and their contents.
Visible Damage to Roofing Materials
Broken or discoloured shingles and tiles can allow water to seep into the underlayment of your roof, which could result in leaks and a higher potential for mould. If you notice several damaged areas, calling your Vancouver roofing contractor and scheduling an inspection is a good first step toward resolving these issues and protecting the value of your property.
Over 20 Years Old
Asphalt shingle roofs are designed to last for about 20 years before requiring a replacement. If your roof was constructed more than 20 years ago, it may be time to replace it before serious problems arise.
Leaks Inside Your Home or Business
A leaking roof can cause serious damage to the contents of your home or your business premises. If you notice water stains or other signs of water leaking from your roof, calling a Vancouver roofing contractor as soon as possible is the best way to address these issues and to prevent further issues that could end up costing you more.
A Sagging Roof
The weight of snow and ice often causes sagging in older roofs, especially flat or slanted commercial roofs that take the brunt of winter weather. If you notice any sagging of your roof, contacting a Vancouver commercial roofing company is critical to prevent further damage.
At Macbeth Roofing & Waterproofing, we offer commercial and residential roofing services you can depend on to resolve your issues. Call us today at 604-670-1611 to schedule an inspection or to request a quote. We are available 24 hours a day to serve you better.
Your roof is one of the trickiest aspects of your home to maintain. In order to ensure your roof is performing properly, it is vital to have it inspected and maintained on a regular basis. Roofs that have been neglected are at a greater risk of water infiltration and premature building envelope failure. The last thing you want is water leaking into your home in the middle of our rainy season.
Refer to these three easy steps to prevent your roof from leaking:
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We are proud to highlight that we are COR Certified. The COR (Certification of Recognition Program) is implemented by the BC Construction Safety Alliance (BCCSA). They recognize and reward employers which are committed to workplace safety. Read below to learn more about what it means to be COR Certified. Continue reading “Macbeth Roofing is COR Certified!”
In case this is your first visit to the Macbeth blog, we’re currently posting a number of questions that homeowners or business owners should ask before hiring a roofing contractor. This blog is on the topic of, ‘Should you ask for roofing references.’
These series of questions may not be obvious to you. This is likely because a roof is something that few people spend a great deal of time thinking about. Unless you’re a professional roofing contractor like us, of course!
This blog’s question is a little more obvious, but it still must be covered. Click more to continue reading below. Continue reading “Golden Tip – Should You Ask for Roofing References?”
In today’s blog post, we will be discussing, ‘What Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Roofing Contractor’. This is another great question and one that few people outside the roofing industry may think of asking.
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In this blog post, we’re going to continue with our series of what to ask a roofing contractor before hiring them. Today’s question is, ‘What will you do if the job isn’t completed to my satisfaction?’
Before we get to today’s question, we want to make this clear. A lot of roofers are proud of their businesses. They also have egos that make them want to protect all that they’ve built. As such, they may not want to answer some of the tougher questions, like the one we’ll be discussing today.
However, we recommend you ask and you should expect to receive a satisfactory answer. After all, it is your home and your hard-earned money. You deserve honesty. Continue reading “Golden Tip – What to Ask a Roofing Contractor”
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Thanks for coming back to our blog or if this is your first time visiting, welcome! In this series, we’re providing you with blog posts intended to educate you about what you should be asking before you choose a Vancouver roofing contractor.
We understand that there is a lot that goes into repairing or even replacing your roofing system. We want to ensure that you find the right company for your project, the first time.
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Today, our question is: Continue reading “Golden Tips – How Do You Choose a Vancouver Roofing Contractor?”
Let’s face it. Doing almost any kind of roof repair or renovation is a big deal. It requires planning and it requires either your time or a significant financial investment.
So today we’re going to begin sharing something that very few Vancouver roofing contractors are willing to share with their clients or prospective clients. We’re going to be going through all of the questions you should be asking your potential roofing contractor before you make the decision to hire. Continue reading “Questions to Ask Your BC Roofing Company”