Hardly anyone goes up there these days. Its frustratingly challenging work, to say nothing of it being quite dangerous too. And especially if you’re scared of heights, even if only a few feet above the ground to the top of your roof where the chimney would usually be located. And when last have you had that checked out too? Hardly ever, if at all, could be a guess. More frustrations perhaps when the gale-force winds nick a few tiles out of place.
And you call the roofing technician over to have a look-see. He summarily responds in kind. Scratches around in his toolkit, finds the matching replacement tiles, and there you go, old, damaged tiles replaced by new tiles, brand as new. But it sticks out like a sore thumb. Wouldn’t it have been better that the whole roof could have been licked with a good lick of protective paint? So it goes that some guys go only so far and no further.
Not that it’s the repairman’s fault. The client did ask for it in the hope of cashing in on a quote that came in as low as possible. That in itself has always been low. Nevertheless. Pleasing news up ahead. A roofing and exterior services huntingdon valley pa team that could go all the way for you if you give them a call. All the way to the very top of your roof where the chimney is located. And repair it too. And on the way down.
Let’s have a look at those gutters and drainpipes as well. And then there is the so-called bodywork. A good painting scheme that protects the roof from the hot sun, as well as the excessive precipitation generated from heavy weather events.