To ensure your roofing system effectively protects your home throughout its lifespan, make sure that it's properly maintained by professionals such as Colorado Roof Toppers, Inc. As a top residential roofing contractor, we know how to take care of a roof and handle common concerns, including: 

Water Damage

Even with a well-maintained roofing system, it can still suffer minor water damage that won’t be seen at first. Water damage can be found on the ceiling and walls of your home through excess moisture buildup, water stains and even active leaks whenever there’s rainfall. 

Make sure to hire a professional to address the damage; a DIY inspection and repair job won’t always solve the problem. If you choose to ignore the water damage, it will slowly allow more water to seep through and compromise your inner roofing system. 

Damaged Gutters and Downspouts

Just like your roof, your gutter installation system is designed to keep your home safe and dry. Your gutters divert the water runoff down the drain instead of pooling and leaking into your roof. But you need to be aware that they also deteriorate over time due to constant exposure to natural elements. Whether your gutters are near the end of their lifespan or they're badly damaged, they need to be replaced as soon as possible. Otherwise, they won’t effectively catch the water runoff and cause more problems to your roof, soffits, fascia boards and the rest of your home’s exteriors. 

Poor Ventilation

Your roof should have a sufficient ventilation system to let fresh air get through your attic and the rest of your home’s interiors. It should have adequate intake and exhaust vents placed around your roof, but if there isn’t enough installed or they’re poorly placed, it can lead to heat and moisture buildup and affect your roof’s inner structure. 

If you’re looking to install seamless gutters on your roof, our team at Colorado Roof Toppers is your best choice for the job! Call us today at (720) 378-1901 or fill out our contact form online. We serve Longmont and the neighboring CO areas.