The last thing homeowners want to see is evidence of leaking or flooding inside their home. Not only is it unappealing to look at, but it can cause long-term problems. It’s worth noting that properly securing your home can lead to a much lower chance of a leak, but it’s not always entirely effective. If you do find a leak in your home, there are a few things you can do.
Identify the Source
Leaks originate in areas where water can enter, and spread through passages. A few places to look at are your gutters, roofing material, and foundation. Old gutters and old roofing units are a common culprit, and should be addressed immediately. A Gutter Helmet, new shingles and new hardware are great places to start in order to remedy the situation.
Fix The Issue
We’re behind you from a DIY standpoint, but sometimes the job is just too large for one person. Before getting up on your roof, assess the damage and decide whether you’re suited to handle the task. If not, there are professionals who are suited and prepared to handle the job.
Water isn’t something to neglect — especially in your home. When an issue arises, it’s best to solve the problem before it ends up being costly. Keystone Gutter Helmet is here to solve your problems, once and for all.
Keystone Gutter Helmet guarantees your gutters will be free from debris, insects, and other things that can lead to clogs and leaking water. If you’re thinking about having a Gutter Helmet installed, call Keystone Gutter Helmet at 610-372-4383 today and request a quote.