Every roof is vulnerable to aging, hail, wind / storm damage, leaks, extreme heat and so much more. If you’ve noticed water staining inside your home, found shingles in your yard or just want your roof checked after a heavy storm, call us today and schedule a free roof evaluation with one of our GAF Certified Technicians. There’s no job too small and no job too large!
This is the most common type of damage; the elements, the sun and the age of the roof will simply deteriorate your shingles. Some areas like the ridges usually deteriorate faster and can cause leaks and points of entry for pest and animals into your home.
Depending on the level of wear and tear your roof can be repaired or in some cases will need to be replaced.
Torn, ripped and missing shingles are most likely caused by one or multiple windstorms. Depending on the extent of the damage it could be an easy fix or your roof might need to be replaced.
This type of damage is almost always covered by your insurance provider, in which case we will guide you through the process of a claim in order to get your home restored to pre-storm condition.
Hail damage is usually very spread throughout the roof and usually will need a complete roof replacement, nevertheless, depending on the size and direction of the hail, repairing a slope, a section or a few shingles might be enough.
This type of damage is almost always covered by your insurance provider, in which case we will guide you through the process of a claim in order to get your home to pre-storm condition.
Trees brushing your shingles can really cause some serious damage, from creating small penetration points where water can come inside, to large openings that will allow animals to find a new home in your attic.
Leaky pipes, vents and satellite dishes are often caused by lack of maintenance and damaged or worn accessories. It is always the best option to replace leaky accessories and uncover the decking to inspect the wood. Performing frequent maintenance on your roof will usually prevent most leaky accessories.
Just as your roof accessories, a faulty flashing is often caused by lack of maintenance, but it could also be caused by improper installation of the flashing itself.
Uncovering the length of the flashing is needed to pinpoint the leak and replace accordingly