When the weather starts to cool down, your heating bill starts to go up. Did you know that your roof could be saving- or costing- you money? A properly maintained roof insulates your home. However, if your roof is damaged, it is not able to fully do its job. This could mean higher heating bills for your home throughout the winter season. Avoid spending money you don’t have to by getting your roof inspected regularly with one of our expert roofers here at EZ Roof.
REGULAR ROOF INSPECTIONS CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
Your roof plays a big part in keeping your house warm. This is because the insulation your roof provides helps keeps the warm air inside your home, and prevents the cold air from sneaking in. Up to 25% of your homes heat can be lost through the roof, this number increases significantly with a damaged roof. Cracks, missing shingles, holes, and other types of roof damage can all contribute to heat loss throughout the winter season.
KEEP YOUR FAMILY WARM WITH A HEALTHY ROOF THIS HOLIDAY SEASON
Even though our winters are usually mild, we do have cold weeks throughout the season. When the temperatures drop close to freezing, you will want your heaters on. Make sure they are working only as hard as they need to, and get your roof inspected today. At EZ Roof, we recommend getting inspections twice yearly, in the spring and fall, in order to keep your roof well maintained. If you have yet to get your fall inspection, there is no time to waste.
SCHEDULE YOUR ROOF INSPECTION WITH EZ ROOF
At EZ Roof, we guarantee honest and trustworthy inspections every time. We will never recommend unnecessary repairs or roof replacements. Our roof inspections are solely to ensure your roof is in it’s best shape to face the weather of the coming season. Whether it’s summer heat, hurricanes, hail, or a winter chill, your roof should be protecting your home. Our job is to make sure it is. Call us today to set up your next roofing inspection, and stop paying inflated heating bills for your damaged roof. Make winter EZ this year with EZ Roof.