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Why you shouldn’t ignore water stains on your ceiling

The longer you wait, the more vulnerable you are to moisture problems like mold growth and structural damage.

When you lay down to go to sleep at night and you stare at the ceiling, you might notice rounded, brownish-colored patches. These are water stains, and they often indicate that you have a problem with your roof. The presence of water stains means that moisture is getting through your cedar shake roof and into your home, where it can cause a multitude of problems for the house’s structural integrity and the quality of your indoor air. If the stain continues to get bigger, then it’s going to be a reoccurring issue. Read ahead and find out exactly why you shouldn’t ignore water stains on your ceiling.

The longer you wait, the more vulnerable you are to moisture problems like mold growth and structural damage.

You don’t have to be a roofing professional to realize that a water stain on the ceiling is a problem, but you might need one to fix it. This typically means that there’s a leak in your roof, so whenever you get rain, snow, sleet, or hail, the precipitation may seep through your shingles and land on the backside of your ceiling. This will continue until you leak fixed. The longer you wait, the more vulnerable you are to moisture problems like mold growth and structural damage. We provide you 3 amazing tips to prevent ceiling damage.

  • Extends the lifespan of your roof:

Quality roofing materials have a useful life of 15-25 years. However, roofing lifespan is relative. If you live in an area where there are extreme weather conditions, then it is important to schedule maintenance frequently.

  • Identify weak points 

With regular maintenance, an expert can determine which area of your roof may need fixing or replacing. It means that you can avoid more expensive damages and repair them immediately before it worsens. Experts use a variety of ways to detect if parts of your roof are in bad shape. Sometimes, you won’t have to take action immediately, but knowing the task which needs to be fixed means you can prepare for it financially and repair it at the right moment.

  • Regular clean-up:

Pollution can affect your roof and cause decay and damage. Leaves can stick in the gutter and cause rainwater to look for other flow areas. Scheduling regular maintenance can help you prevent problems in the future.

Protect other features of your home:

Your roof also protects your entire house from damage. A water leak can easily destroy insulation, ceiling materials, walls, and floors if left unchecked. Regular assessments can help you detect unseen and hard to spot issues with your roof.

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