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Four Simple and Effective Tips for Preparing Your Roof for Winter

The winter months can damage your roof. It’s more than the chilling wind and freezing temperatures that cause problems. Ice dams can get under shingles and leave water stains on your ceilings. Condensation that gets into the attic through damaged roofing can cause problems with mold and you can be left facing an entire roof replacement. However, there are steps you can take as a homeowner to prepare your roof for winter and prolong its useful life.

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Four Simple and Effective Tips for Preparing Your Roof for Winter

  1. 1. Winter is Approaching Four Simple and Effective Tips for Preparing Your Roof for Winter
  2. 2. HelloJason Arnoldwww.arnoldshomeimprovement.comEmail:arnoldshomeimprovement@bex.netPhone:419.476.9600
  3. 3. Agenda1. Remove Debris/Clean Gutters & Downspouts2. Inspect Flashing & Protrusions3. Examine Attic for Proper Ventilation4. Examine Home Heat Envelope5. Offer
  4. 4. #1 Remove Debris &Clear Gutters/Downspouts
  5. 5. #2 Inspect Flashingand Protrusions
  6. 6. #3 Examine Attic for ProperInsulation & Ventilation
  7. 7. #4 Examine Your Home’sHeat Envelope
  8. 8. AHI’s 7-Step ApproachSTEP 1: Free, no-hassle estimate meetingSTEP 2: Discussion and Q&ASTEP 3: Plan decision and scope of workSTEP 4: Sign contractSTEP 5: New customer consultation meetingSTEP 6: Project beginsSTEP 7: Post-project survey & referral
  9. 9. Thank YouJason Arnoldwww.arnoldshomeimprovement.comEmail:arnoldshomeimprovement@bex.netPhone:419.476.9600

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The winter months can damage your roof. It’s more than the chilling wind and freezing temperatures that cause problems. Ice dams can get under shingles and leave water stains on your ceilings. Condensation that gets into the attic through damaged roofing can cause problems with mold and you can be left facing an entire roof replacement. However, there are steps you can take as a homeowner to prepare your roof for winter and prolong its useful life.

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