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Getting Your Home Ready For Winter? 3 Reasons You Should Start With Roof Coating

Now that winter is on the way, it's time to turn your thoughts to home improvement projects and weatherization. If you don't have your roof on your list of projects, you should. Your roof is actually your homes' first line of defense against cold weather. The first thing you should do is inspect your roof for damage, and have any necessary repairs taken care of before the cold weather really sets in. The next thing you should do is have a strong, weatherproofing coating applied to your roof. If you're not sure you want to have your roof coated, here are three benefits that will help you change your mind:

Reduces Your Energy Costs

During the winter, your heating bill can go through the roof. The last thing you want to do is spend more money on heating your home. Unfortunately, if your home isn't properly insulated and protected, that's exactly what you might end up doing. That's where roof coating comes in handy. With an application of roof coating, your home will become more energy efficient, which means you'll spend less money heating your home this winter. Not only that, but the energy savings will continue throughout the year because your home will also stay cooler during those hot summer months. That means you'll enjoy year-round comfort and savings by having your roof coated.

Prevents Weather Damage

You might not realize this, but the weather can really wreak havoc on your roof, and not just during the winter. The summer heat can do a number on your roof, as well. Here's not it works. During the winter, the cold weather causes your roof to become brittle. Not only that but the moisture from the snow and rain can build up between the wood deck and your roofing material. That moisture buildup can lead to wood rot, buckling, and even mold. During the summer, the extreme heat can also cause your roofing material to crack and become brittle. If you have asphalt shingles, the heat can cause shrinkage and curling. However, when you apply a protective coating to your roof, that weather damage can be prevented.

Provides Protection for Most Roofing Materials

When it comes to roof coating, it can be used on just about any type of roofing material. That means you can get that weatherproofing protection whether you have an asphalt shingle roof, a metal roof, or even a wood roof. Best of all, the reflective coloring will make any roof look beautiful on any roof.


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