Problems invisible to the naked eye may be plaguing the roof of your home without you even realizing that they are there. Problems such as these typically arrive in the summer months and last into the winter. What kind of problems you ask? Why are they invisible and how do they occur? We will delve into that question and try to answer it below.

One of the biggest of these overlooked problems are what is known as condensation. It is such a serious problem that it can lead to a rotting of your roof if left untreated for too long. Condensation forms when there is more moisture in the air than there should be. Basically warm air touches cold air and could potentially freeze entirely if the temperature is right. If it freezes, it could cause undetectable roof damage. To prevent condensation, it is recommended that you fix any ventilation problems you have in your home. Inspect your roof regularly.

Areas of your roof that are sagging need to be addressed immediately. If you are just coming out of the winter months, it is possible that snow accumulated on the roof at one point and did some damage to a part of your roof. Maybe a branch fell down from off a tree and did caused the damage during a windstorm. This is is why it is important to regularly inspect your roof. If you don’t, problems like these can lead to a major problem such as a caved in roof.Other problems we often tend to overlook with our roof includes accumulation of moisture. This creates growths such as mold and algae.