Making your home comfortable and energy efficient starts with the roof. Cold rooms or hot spots can be issues with the insulation in your attic and roof. You’ve already tried adding more insulation, and that didn’t fix it. What else can you do?
Now it’s time to call in your local roofer. They are better equipped to diagnose and repair problems in your attic and with your roof than you are. Whatever is going on with your roof, they will figure it out.
Bringing in a roofer when you first notice a problem will help keep small problems from becoming big disasters. A roofer can help fix broken or lost shingles, for example, before that area becomes a serious leak. Roofing professionals are knowledgeable about what your roof needs to keep your house dry and warm.
A poorly maintained roof also reduces the energy efficiency of your home. Heat can get up into your attic and escape out of your roof if the insulation is poor. Cooling problems can happen the same way, with heat coming in through the roof and collecting in the attic; if this gets into your home, it will rapidly heat up and reduce the efficiency of your AC system. The cost of having a roofer come in and check on the status of your roof is more than worth it in energy savings over time.
When there are problems keeping your home evenly heated or cooled, and you’ve already eliminated issues with your HVAC system, your roof is probably to blame. A local roofer can tell if there are any problems with your roof, shingles, or insulation, and can help repair those problems as well. Don’t let a small problem become a major one; call a roofer as soon as you notice anything.