Surrey and Croyden see more than their fair share of precipitation throughout the course of a year. Naturally, the elements can take its toll on your roof and expose your home to the damaging effects of water. This is why experienced roofers often tell home owners to check the condition of their roofs at least twice a year: before summer and before winter.
For safety reasons, it’s best to use a pair of binoculars when inspecting your roof. This should prevent any fall accidents from occurring. Similarly, starting from the inside of your home would be the best place to start looking for any signs of damage:
Streaks of Sunlight in the Attic
Once you’re in your attic, try to see if there are any streaks of light coming through from the ceiling. The presence of these streaks is a quick indicator that your roof tiles have been breached, allowing any water that hits your roof to enter your home.
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