3 Ways to Prevent Water Damage Effectively
Your roof can last and protect your home for years as long as you minimize water damage. To help you avoid this common issue, Nelson Contracting recommends you invest in quality gutters and downspouts in Lincoln, NE, as well as regular maintenance.
Covered Seamless Gutter System
The best way to minimize the chances of water damage is to keep your gutters and downspouts clog-free. Normally, you’d have to check for debris on a regular basis and clear anything that can form blockage. The task is risky and tiring, as it requires using a ladder.
Fortunately, you can forgo this cleaning chore completely by upgrading to seamless gutters. A seamless design has no ridges along the bottom of the gutter, which can trap rain, snowmelt, pine needles, and leaves.
At Nelson Contracting, we’ll also protect your seamless gutter system with an integral leaf cover to make it maintenance-free. This prevents any debris from getting into your gutters and downspouts, making the water channel clog-free for years.
Considering leaks can happen when you least expect them, scheduling a regular full roof inspection is paramount. A thorough assessment is the only way to identify problems before they get worse.
This service could reveal red flags that would otherwise remain obscure and worsen with time. The earlier you realize there’s a cause for concern, the timelier you can set a roof repair and install new gutters.
Fallen branches can do serious damage to your roof, especially during rough weathers. They can damage a significant portion of your roofing system in the middle of a storm, leaving your home defenseless against the elements at worst times.
One of the best preventive measures you can do is to trim nearby tree branches. Ideally, any branch should be 10 feet away from your home. This distance also prevents pests from accessing your roof and build nests.
Prevent water damage before it becomes worse with these precautionary steps. Nelson Contracting can help you with your roofing and gutter needs. If you want to learn how, call us at (402) 464-2418.