Ashford roofing contractors in Connecticut
Ashford is a town in Windham County, Connecticut, US, located at 41.86434\-72.15873, with ZIP code(s) 6278. If you are looking for services in commercial roofing, you will find proper reputable services in Ashford, CT, who work with insulation aluminum dome.
Never climb on your own roof and inspect the structure, as this can be a dangerous and even deadly task if you don’t have the proper training and safety equipment. Be sure your roofers perform a complete and thorough roof inspection before they provide you with a bid for any emergency roof repairs; otherwise you may get stuck with a high priced and unnecessary roof replacement. Call us right away or fill out the box in the upper right hand corner of your screen for a free roof inspection and no obligation estimate today and you can be sure we’ll help you keep your next shingle repair as cheap as possible.
Roofing Maintenance Checklist
- Remove all leaf debris
- Cut branches back from the roof and walls six feet
- Clean gutters and downspouts
- Seal windows and doors
- Clean debris from soffit and fascia with broom
- Keep vines and other landscaping materials away from the home
- Prevent animal infestation by securing all soffit ventilation and closing all holes
- Ensure satellite dishes are attached properly
Roof Leaks can be Hazardous to your Health
Rotting wood fungus, stinky mildew troubles and deadly black mold can all form inside of attic spaces, on drywall ceilings and behind walls. Within just 36 hours after water has infiltrated the structure, your indoor air quality can be ruined forever—or at least until the affected materials are removed and replaced with new ones. White wood fungus can destroy your structural components in just months. Mildew stains can bring smelly and musty odors into the home for good. If black mold is allowed to form, spores that are released into the air can cause serious respiratory problems and is a health hazard to those living or working within the structure. Black mold can grow on all wet surfaces, and can only be removed by replacing the affected materials.