If you have a shed in your yard, you understand that it’s basically a scaled down version of your home, in regard to roofing. It’s got support beams, shingles, and maybe even gutters — so why neglect this fixture? You spent a great deal of time or money having it built, only to forget about its integrity? That’s a no-no. Taking care of your shed is equally important as other parts of your home, and it’s not that hard!

Shed

Debris

Get rid of the debris on your shed. Because it’s designed to hold smaller items, there’s less surface area, therefore less to clean. Not only that, but you don’t have to risk a broken bone by climbing 20 feet in the air to achieve this. Removing the stuck debris is as easy as getting the ladder from, well, inside the shed! It’s a good chance to test the structure of the roof and check for leaks

Gutter Work

It might seem redundant to add gutters on your shed, but why can’t they help? If you’re in an area with a ton of rainfall, they’re good for two major things: collecting rainwater, and directing water away from the foundation. Additionally, you can add a Gutter Helmet onto the Gutters and never have to worry about cleaning them again!

If you’re thinking about having a Gutter Helmet installed, call Keystone Gutter Helmet and request a quote. We’re proud to serve Wyomissing, and the surrounding areas. For tips, tricks, and to stay up to date on what we’re doing, ‘like’ us on Facebook!