From an old Victorian home painted pink and baby blue to a downtown that puts one in remembrance of Andy Griffith’s Mayberry to a cathedral that is claimed to be the very first Episcopal cathedral built in the United States whose cornerstone was laid in 1862, all speak of the uniqueness that is Faribault.
Homes and land abound in this corner of southern Minnesota, from structures surrounded by trees to those that sit right on the lake. Foliage, winds and weather that is common to this part of the country continually work against your roofing all year long. Summer brings with it high humidity, heat and occasional thunderstorms while winter ushers in the freezing temperatures along with ice and snow. These temperature extremes can take a toll on your roofing, gutters, vents and flashing. The best time to have these inspected is during the spring and fall months right before the temperatures hit their highest highs and lowest lows.
Getting the maximum lifespan from your roof depends on the materials used and the care and maintenance you, the homeowner, put into it. Yearly or twice yearly inspections can make all the difference as a qualified roofing contractor will not only be able to spot problems they see now, but can also see potential problems in the future. While you may be able to climb up on your roof and see missing or cracked tiles, rusted gutters or damaged flashing, know that even the smallest amount of water on the roof or wind gust can be a potential hazard to your safety.
An experienced roofing contractor knows exactly what to look for and how to safely move around without doing damage to the roofing or guttering. So, if you have found something regarding your roofing system that is a concern or you just don’t feel comfortable climbing up on your roof, allow our expert staff do the work for you. Quality workmanship and excellent customer service is our priority here at Ronningen Roofing, so if there are any repairs needed, we will get the work safely done for you. We can also answer any and all questions you may have. Allow us to help your roof live out its full lifespan to keep you and your family safe and comfortable.