How to Prepare Your Roof for Winter

The cold weather is fast approaching and you need to check your roof for any possible concerns or problems.

Walk around your home with a critical eye.  Do you see lifted shingles, holes where the neighborhood critters are trying to build a winter home?  Are there nail holes in your metal trim where moisture can get in and freeze leading to wood rot?  Are you trying to put off til spring what should be done this fall?

Make sure your gutter and downspouts are free of debris.  Run a hose in the gutter and downspouts to flush out the accumulated debris of the previous season.

Keep all valleys cleared of debris all year long. The accumulation of debris in your valleys shortens the life of the shingle and leads to leaking and wood rot.

This could happen to your home.

 

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About Gethin

Chess Roofing & Siding was started by David Chess in 1974. David and Sharon Chess are the business owners and live in the community of Ferndale. Chess is exceptional in residential roofing and siding experience and expertise. Keeping up on new and innovative products to offer for all types of jobs small and large. Gethin loves to help with the tough choice of color and design options that are available to enhance the appearance and curb appeal of your home. The company is active in the Ferndale and South Lyon Communities and help to support or sponsor many community events and programs. Gethin Jones, son of Sharon Chess, is business partner of Chess Roofing and Siding. He brings 20 years of experience with expertise in business management and sales. The crews with Chess have been with the company for many years. They are trust worthy and exceptionally thorough when working with our homeowners. Our crews are what make us the Company to depend on to get the best workmanship possible while working on your home.
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