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  • John LoBuglio

Winter-Ready Roof and Gutters: Seasonal Maintenance Reminders

As the days grow shorter and the temperatures drop, it's a clear sign that winter is just around the corner. While many homeowners focus on winterizing their interiors, it's equally crucial to prepare the exterior, especially your roof and gutters. In this blog, I'll guide you through the essential steps to ensure your roof and gutters are ready to face the challenges of winter head-on.

1. Inspect Your Roof:

Start your winter preparation by conducting a meticulous inspection of your roof. Check for missing, damaged, or loose shingles.

2. Clean Your Gutters:

Clogged gutters can spell trouble during winter, leading to ice dams and potential water damage. Ensure efficient water flow throughout the winter season.

3. Check for Leaks:

Leaks can be elusive but addressing them promptly is crucial. If you're unsure about the source of a leak, seek professional assistance.

4. Trim Overhanging Branches:

Trim overhanging branches to prevent winter storm damage, and if you need assistance with any potential structural issues, consider professional help.

5. Insulate and Ventilate:

Proper insulation and ventilation play a crucial role in combating ice dams. Ensure your attic is well-prepared for winter with quality insulation.

6. Consider Professional Help:

If the tasks seem overwhelming, consider professional help with assured quality. Trust their expertise for a thorough inspection, identification of potential issues, and necessary repairs or maintenance.

Prepare your roof and gutters for winter with confidence, knowing that Pegasus Roofing & Construction is ready to assist. With their precision, protection, and expertise, you can ensure a winter-ready home that stands resilient against the elements. Don't let winter catch you off guard – build with Pegasus for peace of mind and a secure home.

Connect with Pegasus Roofing & Construction at or call 502-642-4051. Stay warm and worry-free this winter!

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