One of the most serious threats to your home's property value and upkeep costs is a damaged, leaking roof. We're here to make sure you have someone who knows how to identify and fix current issues while helping you avoid costly problems in the future.
We have decades of experience repairing and maintaining roofs of all kinds, including asphalt shingle and synthetic slate. Whether you need an emergency repair after a bad storm or an annual checkup looking for loose shingles and age-related wear and tear, our experienced professionals know exactly how to return your roof to prime condition.
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Common Causes of Roof Leaks
Dripping ceilings, crumbling drywall, and moldy corners are all signs that your home is experiencing moderate to severe roof leaks that should be inspected and addressed as soon as possible. Ignoring them is only going to lead ever increasing drains on your time and money.
But not all roof leaks are obvious - they can build up for quite some time before leaving noticeable stains on your ceilings or walls.
There is some good news, however. The vast majority of leaks aren't the result of a roof that's failing entirely and needs to be replaced. Most leaks can be resolved with repairs. Taking care of a roof leak as soon as you notice it can help prevent further deterioration, allowing you to avoid replacing your whole roof.
Missing or damaged shingles, compromised seams, and debris in your downspouts are some of the most common causes of roof leaks. Other causes include poor installation, improper sealant, and ineffective repairs. Lastly, a leaky roof may indicate other underlying issues like damaged decking or a deteriorating underlayment.
Read on to learn a little more about the five most common causes of roof leaks.
If your home needs roof repair, don't delay!
The cost of repairing a roof is only a fraction of the potential loss that could result to your home's interior, furnishings and possessions. Contact us to inspect your roof, and make needed repairs to flashing, caulking, and shingles before the winter or storm season arrives.
Will my Homeowner's Insurance cover roof repairs?
Home coverage policies commonly cover roof harm resulting from fire, vandalism, and "acts of God," together with hurricanes and tornadoes. Whether they will pay for harm as a result of wind, rain or hail is decided via your coverage and the age of your roof. If a leaky roof isn't maintained properly, an insurer may not cover the damage.