04 Oct Why Sealing Your Tile Roof Will Save You Money
A beautiful new roof is an exciting thing to see for any homeowner. However, the weather assault on that roof starts the moment your contractor completes the installation.
Sealant application is an essential part of a comprehensive roof maintenance program. Roof sealant extends the life of your roofing system, so it saves you money. A tile roof may cost as much as a car. Yet, many homeowners don’t maintain their roofs like their cars, resulting in a series of costly and largely preventable repairs. Over the years, a roof takes quite a beating, especially during the rainy and hurricane season in South Florida. A good maintenance program becomes more important here in Florida.
Tile Sealer Extends The Life Of Your Roof!
A tile sealer is very similar to a sealer for your car’s paint. The sealer we use is a clear coat, essentially invisible from the ground. The tile sealant protects against many of the most common causes of roof damage. While a clear sealer can offer its protective properties for a while, you must apply it annually to be effective. Your roofing tiles are more susceptible to organic growth without a tile sealer. Mold and mildew form in a roof’s pores, cracks, and crevices. UV rays degrade your tiles too. Deterioration is more prevalent in highly porous tiles such as the ones made of clay and concrete.
We have seen roofs that have failed after just a few short years only from neglect and lack of maintenance. Other tile roofs we see have lasted to the end of the life expectancy. When one takes extra care and implements a proper roof maintenance program, it makes all the difference. Remember, not all roof maintenance programs are the same. Only a licensed roofer should work on your roof at any time. Anyone else performing roofing work may void your warranty.
So consider a tile sealer as part of a roof maintenance program available from Garabar. To get a free no-hassle estimate for Roof maintenance, give Garabar a call at . We work all around Lake Worth, Boca Raton, Palm Beach County, and beyond!