Getting Your Roof Ready for the Fall

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Fall weather is beautiful in Nashville, Tennessee. The temperature dips just enough to keep us from boiling in the sun, and the leaves turn color before falling gracefully from their branches. But those changing leaves aren’t so good for the health of your roof. The gutters on your roof are just as important as your shingles —they play an important part in maintaining the structural integrity of your home or business. Without your gutters, water will collect on your rooftop and eventually eat away at your foundation. The best way to avoid all of that damage is to make sure your gutters are in working condition and aren’t clogged with any leaves or other debris.


Clean Your Gutters

Keep your gutters clear of any leaves, mud, sticks, and other debris. If these items clog your gutters, they won’t be able to drain water from your rooftop. According to expert roof repair professionals, it’s important to climb up to your gutters every few weeks or so to give them a thorough cleaning.

Install Gutter Guards

Gutter guards are an effective way to ensure that your gutters can do their job properly without the risk of debris falling into their troughs. Gutter guards work to prevent leaves from getting stuck from your gutters, meaning you won’t have to clean your gutters as frequently. You can contact a team of roofing contractors to install gutter guards if you don’t have them already.

Use a Rubber Roof Sealant

Leaking gutters can pool water around your home and drown your grass. If your gutters are leaking, repair them with a rubber roof sealant. Once you apply a sealant to cover any breaking points, the water your gutter collects will travel safely away from your property. 

Do you need to fix or replace your gutters? Don’t hesitate — the seasonal effects of autumn can make the condition of your current gutters worse. Get your roof autumn-ready and speak to our roofing contractors about our roof waterproofing, roof repair, and gutter repair services. Book a consultation with At The Top Restoration today.