Does your roof need some TLC? If you’ve been putting off having roofing repairs or a full roof replacement for your Buffalo home, having these issues rectified in the autumn will save your roof from damage when cold weather hits.

If you’re still hesitant to spend money on your roof, here’s why moving forward in the fall is in your best interest:

Favorable weather conditions

With the fall generally being free of severe storms and winds, this time of year provides the ideal opportunity for roofing repair or replacement for your Buffalo home without additional mishaps caused by inclement weather conditions. The pleasant moderate temperatures during the fall allow for proper thermal sealing of shingles, giving them enough time to bond to the roof’s structure before winter.

Improved energy efficiency

Getting your roof in top condition before winter can help you save on heating costs, ensuring your home retains heat when frigid temperatures hit. Having insulation issues rectified, such as attic problems, ice dams, and roofing deterioration, are critical for proper ventilation within your home.

Better pest control

It may not be at the top of your to-do list but including roofing repairs (or a full replacement if needed) in your fall plans can get your home ready for winter and allow minor or major issues to be addressed before they become more problematic. 

Having your roof repaired or replaced in the fall can be very helpful for better pest control, especially if you’ve encountered these issues in the past. Because many rodents often seek warm, dry places in the winter, fixing or replacing your roof will prevent pests from entering your house in the coming months. Addressing cracks or holes will keep your roof sealed and safe from unwanted creatures when the weather turns. 

Does your Buffalo home  need a roofing repair inspection, a potential replacement, or other seasonal services? Learn how AVA Roofing’s team can help. Get in touch by calling (716) 343-7663 and let one of our expert roofers answer your questions.