Westchester & Putnam Roofing Experts
Your roof is one of the most important structures of your home, especially throughout the seasonal changes we are accustomed to in Westchester and Putnam County. Over a period of time, harsh weather will take its toll on your roof. A poorly maintained roof can lead to extensive damages to the interior of your home and will depreciate its value. Top-Notch Construction offers a variety of services to keep a solid roof over your head.
A typical roof will last about 20 years, if well maintained. If your roof is about that age, an inspection wouldn't hurt, even if there are no obvious signs of deterioration. Some signs you may need repair or replacement include:
Light Passing through roof boards
Do not ignore any issues with your roof. Simple problems left unattended will accelerate occurrences of much more complex issues with your home.
This is exactly what it sounds like. A few months of leaves falling, followed by a few months of snowfall and moisture will often leave behind a dirty roof. Don't be the dirty house in the neighborhood. Top-Notch uses environmentally safe products to shampoo your roof and ensure your roof is the cleanest in the neighborhood.
Also Installing New LifeTime Roofing Shingles
Customers will have piece of mind with roofing shingles warrantied for life. Call Top-Notch today and ask about our New Lifetime roofing shingles!
Flat Roofs And Draining Systems
One of the most common issues we see with flat roofs, is that they often have improper drainage systems. Often with a flat roof we will find standing water, this will cause all sorts of problems from leaking chimneys, skylights and vents to ice damaging to your roof. If your experiencing these issues, Top-Notch Construction has your drainage solutions.
Top-Notch can install and repair an inner drain on your roof, this will drain any standing water on your roof and carry it away through a system of pipes below your roof. It is important to keep these drains clear of any leaves and debris or else they can clog and water will remain on your roof.