Fall Roof Inspections: Areas to Prioritize

Fall Roof Inspections: Areas to Prioritize

It’s always better to be prepared than caught off-guard. Before winter arrives, make sure your roof is in good shape and ready to face plunging temperatures and the risk of snow storms. Trust us, you don’t want to deal with leaks or missing shingles in the winter. In today’s post, Buford Roofing and Construction, your trusted roofing company, discusses the key areas of your roofing system to inspect this fall.

Fall Roof Inspections: Areas to Prioritize


If your attic is not properly ventilated, your roofing shingles can sustain damage from moisture buildup. Circulation of indoor and outdoor air is crucial to your roof’s longevity and performance. Professional contractors will conduct a thorough inspection of the attic to identify and address underlying issues.


Your roofing shingles are highly communicative. They show clear signs when something is off. If your shingles are curling inward or outward, they have reached the end of their service life and are no longer providing adequate protection. Entrust your roof replacement job to licensed and experienced roofers like us. Our crew ensures proper installation for peak performance. We offer a variety of roofing options to improve both your curb appeal and energy efficiency.


Clogged gutters pose a major risk to your home, especially in the winter. This fall, clean out leaves and other debris from your gutters, and consider investing in a gutter protection system. Doing so helps prevent ice dams and other gutter damage stemming from freezing temperatures and severe winter weather.

At Buford Roofing and Construction, we offer professional roof and siding installation services that meet your needs. Our team is equipped with the tools and knowledge to guarantee flawless workmanship. We will guide you through the whole process and secure your property during the project. Give us a call at (817) 754-6555 to learn more. We serve residents of Dallas and Southlake, TX, and surrounding areas.