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How to Protect Your Roof Tiles this Rainy Season

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Are Your Roof Tiles Ready For Rainy Seasons?

Rainy season is definitely fast approaching. And it’d be a good idea to secure your roof tiles Philippines from any damage this season.

Right now, you’re probably agreeing. And you’re probably even wondering where to start!

Well, no worries! BITC Roof Tiles is here to guide you every step of the way. We’ll let you in on all the roofing insider info that’ll be sure to make your roof ‘rain-ready’… for the whole year (and maybe even the next ones)!

Here’s the necessary steps you should take… like, right now:

1. Insurance

If you’re living in a particularly disaster-prone area, insurance is a must. A lot of credible insurance companies provide property insurance that could come in handy when an unfortunate event does considerable damage on your roof. It would spare you from the bigger expenses if you have the means to invest in it monthly, quarterly, or even yearly!

2. Check your Gutters

The last thing you want is blocked gutters exactly when you need it to direct heavy rain away from your home. This can happen especially if you have a lot of trees around your home. And you don’t want to be caught in this situation when it’s too late.

As early as now, we recommend clients to clear out their gutters, and experienced roofers like us can definitely help you with this.

3. Roof Maintenance

Performing roof maintenance once or twice a year can go a long way in protecting your roof from further damage because of the rain. Besides tuning-up your roof for better performance, our roof contractors can also do immediate roof repair when they see issues with it.

Be prepared this rainy season with BITC Roof Tiles! Whether it’s roof installation, roof check-up, roof repair, or roofing materials— don’t hesitate to call for our service!

Send us your complete roof plan at if you want a roofing quotation for your next project. You can reach us through our websiteFacebook, or by calling us via:

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(02) 8856 4655
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(+639) 17-894-5067
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