Click, Click, Click down through the – Oops! Santa fell through!
With your kids or grandkids waiting for Santa’s presents, make sure your rooftop is in tip-top shape for when the fat man and his reindeer come in for a landing! Kirkey Roofing is here to make sure Christmas isn’t cancelled. With their roof inspection service, and re-roofing service, Kirkey ensures there’s no weak points in your roof for Santa to fall through. And though we might not have to worry about snow fall on our Florida homes to weigh things down, our animal friends and rainy weather can and does put a hurting on our shingles and tile roofing.
How Do You Know if Your Roof Can Handle Santa’s Sleigh?
Simple question – Have you had a roof inspection yet this year? If the answer is no, or “not in many years,” you’re past due! Kirkey recommends that you have the hat on your house inspected once a year. This reduces the overall cost in any repairs as you will be finding your roofing problems quickly and at the beginning of their shenanigans. Your roof could be leaking right now and under your very nose! By the time you notice damage from within your home, you’re years behind the original issue.
Before clearing Santa for landing, get a Kirkey Roofing expert up there first! Let us make sure there isn’t damage that can’t be seen from the ground. Our 20-point inspection will let you know if you’re in need of any roof repairs and keep you ready for the present drop!
For Our Late Shoppers
If you’re one that likes to push the Christmas list off to the last minute and have much larger roofing problems, re-roofing may be one of the items on your list.
Whether the job is tile roofing, shingle or metal, Kirkey has you covered this holiday season with the expertise, experience and overall quality of service to make your roof sturdier than ever. Let our licensed, professional and family oriented team of roofing experts support you during the holidays. From our hearts to yours, Happy Holidays!
…and don’t forget to put out that yule log before bed. Santa’s suit could be flammable.