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Jan

Why It Pays To Repair Your Roof Early

We all know how busy life can get and how easy it can be to put off certain jobs around the home for ‘tomorrow’. However, do you realise that failing to fix issues promptly could result in a much larger bill for repairing not only the original problem, but also the damage caused by it?

The Express recently shared research by Homescan, which highlighted some of the home repair jobs people frequently let slide, as well as calculating how much failing to act promptly could cost you.

For instance, if you notice a few cracked or missing tiles in your roof, it’s important to arrange roof repairs as soon as possible. If you don’t, the problem could become much more significant and therefore cost you a lot more to fix.

The news provider noted that repairing a few missing or broken tiles is likely to cost hundreds of pounds. However, repairing a roof with extensive damage could cost up to £4,000.

Not sure how to tell if there’s any damage to your roof? Check out our handy blog explaining some of the signs to watch out for, which include water damage or damp patches on your ceilings upstairs, as well as sagging in the middle of the roof. 

Guttering is another aspect of your property that you should pay close attention to, especially in the winter months. Making sure they’re clear of dead leaves and debris is important to prevent them from overflowing and potentially causing water damage to your home, the newspaper noted.