Fall and Winter are Upon Us: Is Your Roof Ready?

With blasting winds, heavy rains, and snowstorms ahead of us, now is the time to make sure your roof is strong and healthy.

Is it breathing correctly?

Yes, just like us, a healthy roof is one that breathes correctly. But more specifically, your roof must be able to draw in cool, dry air quickly, then release warm, moist air. This process eliminates excess heat and moisture, thus preserving insulation and construction materials while also preventing mold and mildew growth.


Ensuring that your roof has adequate ventilation will keep your home cool and fresh during summer, and warm and cozy during winter.

Does it have any wounds that need bandaging?

Did the stormy nights of last winter damage certain areas of your roof, leaving them weak and unable to withstand more harsh weather conditions? Or perhaps it was the wind and rain combination that knocked a tree branch down onto your already fragile roof?

Whatever the reason, checking on the health of your roof is crucial to ensure everyone’s safety. As roof repair experts, we will quickly find your roof’s weak points, fix any leakage or damage, and provide you with assistance for better maintenance.

Are your gutters functioning correctly?

During rainy days, if there’s any water pouring out of the gutters, dripping from the soffit area, or merely leaking into the basement, then your gutters need to be checked and repaired.

Properly functioning gutters are essential because they protect your home from leaks and prevent erosion and moisture damage. They will preserve your home’s value by protecting it against any unnecessary corrosion caused by water. And during winter, especially, appropriately installed gutters will lead to better water flow, preventing ice dams and build-ups.

Keeping your home safe and secure can be a very demanding job, particularly when it comes to roofs and gutters. But that’s why we are here to help you the Paramount Roofing and Gutters for your family be better prepared to face these upcoming seasonal changes.

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