When your roof is not in a condition to protect the interior from elements, then ideally it should be repaired or replaced. But you might not have the money to fund a roof repair or roof replacement project right away, or even time to do the project. That’s perhaps the reason you are considering to tarp it. Proper tarping protects the interior of your home from damaging elements for a while as you ready yourself to tackle the cracks, missing shingles, punctures, and or any other roof weaknesses. For a while, you will also be preventing further damage to your roof.
At Tornado Roofing, we’ve received calls before or after a storm to give a temporary solution for a damaged roof. Tarping often makes sense in most situations because it keeps your home dry as you prepare to repair or replace your your leaky roof. So what goes into the process of tarping a roof?