Your building’s roof is one of the most vulnerable exterior surfaces to water leakages. If you have had a water leak in your home before, then you would be familiar with how troublesome and dangerous it can be. Once water has bypass your roof’s surface, it is free to travel along hidden spaces in your home.
A common space that water then accumulates at is the area above your ceiling. From here, a ceiling leakage could occur, leading to mould growth, flaking paint, collapsed structure and damage to both belongings and electrical appliances.
As such, you should always be concerned about the state of your roof. Thankfully, there are steps that you can take to maintain the condition of your roof and to prevent serious damage to your property.