P.I. Roofing

Month: December 2020

Merry Christmas from P. I. Roofing

Christmas time 2020 will not be like any Christmas in my history. Christmas is the time to enjoy your family and friends in fellowship, reminisce about all that has happened throughout the year and always find things to be thankful for. Christmas is a time for giving.

The ability of Giving is such a great gift in itself. What a wonderful feeling it is to give a gift to somebody that appreciates the gift and can actually utilize the gift.

I am thankful for the gift that Christmas brings in the spirit of Jesus Christ. Jesus brings the gift of salvation through Himself, all we have to do is receive that gift. I hope that you will appreciate the Gift of Christmas and allow Jesus to give you the gift of heaven. 

I pray for a very Merry Christmas to you and your family as well as our nation and the world. As we end this 2020 season, we look forward to a happy and healthy 2021.

Joel Johnson

President, P.I. Roofing

Choosing The Right Roofing Contractor

We know that choosing a roofing company is a big decision. When deciding on which company to go with, take into account several things.

  1. Ensure the company has warranties and guarantees.
  2. Find out how long the roofing contractor has been in business.
  3. Compare the costs among the companies. The cheapest is not always best. Your roof is the only thing standing between you and Mother Nature so you want the highest quality work and products.
  4. Read reviews and talk to people who have used various companies.
  5. Choose a company with experience.
  6. Ensure the company is licensed and carries all required insurance.

If you have any questions about P.I. Roofing’s experience or quality of work, talk to us today or scroll through our Facebook page for some client testimonials. https://www.facebook.com/piroofing1

Is Your Roof Ready for Winter?

The key to making sure your roof is “winter ready” is maintenance and repair. Being proactive can mean the difference between having a small repair vs. a full tear off and replacement. Keep your roof safe throughout winter by covering a few key steps.

1. Eliminate Low-Hanging Tree Branches and Other Vegetation

During the winter, ice and snow can weigh down trees and branches. That’s a problem if they happen to be located near your home. The last thing you want to hear during a winter storm is a crash that means a branch has taken a tumble onto your roof. This could also have an impact on the cable and phone lines that go into your home. Save yourself some stress, and have branches trimmed back before Mother Nature does it for you.

2. Check for Pests

It’s a good idea to check your roof for signs of pest infestation as part of your winterization plan. That’s because things like mice, squirrels, and raccoons might see your home as a welcome respite from cold winter weather. These kinds of animals can cause big, expensive problems for you if they decide to call your house home. Check your roof for any signs that animals have already taken up residence somewhere up there. You should also check for weak spots that a chilly animal might exploit to get warm.

3. Remove fallen leaves and other debris

If you have a lot of trees and plants on your property, you may notice that during the fall your roof quickly becomes covered in leaves, acorns and branches. It’s really important that you get those things off of your roof as soon as you can. Leaves and other debris can help trap moisture on your roof, which can lead to other problems. They can also clog your gutters.

4. Clean your gutters

Even if you don’t have a lot of leafy green trees on your property, it’s important that you clean your gutters as part of your roof winterization process. Your gutters are important to the overall health of your whole home. They help ensure that water flows away from your home so that it can’t do any damage. However, if they’re clogged they can’t do their jobs. Clean your gutters yourself using some water and a hose, or bring in professionals for a more detailed gutter cleaning.

If you need to complete roof repairs, have your gutters cleaned or update your roof coatings, please contact “Your Roof Leak Detective” today.