Welcome to Driftwood Builders Roofing!
- Roof in need of replacement?
- Roof leaking when it rains?
- Roof in need of maintenance?
- Roof ventilation inadequate?
Call for a free inspection… we can help!
A Little About Us
At Driftwood Builders, our business is discovering, developing, and crafting our Customer’s vision of their new roof into a reality. As a Company, we seek to maintain high ethical standards and a culture that values honesty, integrity and pride in all that we do. Company decisions are a direct reflection of what is right for our Customers. We are committed to our families, our employees and the communities in which we live and work.
The mission of Driftwood Builders is to provide superior customer care throughout the process of the job. To install the kind of quality roof which satisfies the customers. To provide our employees meaningful and work with the opportunity for advancement. We recognize that our ability to excel depends on the integrity, knowledge, skill, diversity and teamwork of all of our employees and leaders. To this end we strive to create an environment of mutual respect, encouragement and teamwork – an environment that rewards commitment, performance and responsibility.
Winter Roof Maintenance Tips
Winter is here and it’s important for homeowners to prepare their roofs for the weather changes. You can preserve the integrity of your roof by following these maintenance tips during the fall.
Shingles that are cracked, bubbling, or distorted need to be replaced. If the majority of your shingles are in poor condition and older than 20 years it might be time for replacement. The shingles on your roof are your home’s first line of defense. Next, check any flashing around the chimney, vents, skylights for cracked sealants that might need to be re-caulked. Any gaps or nail pops in siding should be checked and possibly re-caulked as well. Clear away any leaves, dirt, or debris that have accumulated on your roof as these can deteriorate your roof and damage the underlying decking. Gutters and downspouts also need to be checked for clogging from leaves and debris buildup to prevent water damage around the perimeter of your roof. Any tree limbs that are rubbing or too close to the roof need to be trimmed back to prevent future damage that could be done from falling limbs in high winds or icy weather.
The trained eye of a qualified roofing professional can spot damage or possible issues as they know exactly what to look for. Repairing these items before the harsh weather arrives can help prevent larger and more costly problems in the future. Remember to stay safe and if you don’t feel comfortable on the roof call Driftwood Builders Roofing and we can help!
Owner of Driftwood Builders Roofing