Roof Repair


Sometimes a Good Repair Job is All You Need


When your roof shows signs of damage, it’s time to repair before the problem becomes irreversible. Early roof repair may save thousands of dollars, especially for localized damage or hail damage.

Our repair team has 20 years of experience evaluating all kinds of roof damage. We determine whether we can repair your roof, or if we should install a new roof.

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What Gets Repaired on My Roof?


Parts & Fixtures

Common terms for roof parts or fixtures that need repair are:

    • Chimneys

    • Flashing

    • Valleys

    • Ridge Vents / Venting Fixtures

    • Shingles, Tiles, or Sheets

    • Skylights

    • Underlayment or Membrane

    • Seams

     

    Shingles

    When your roof needs repaired, it’s usually one of these fixtures. The most common issue you’ll notice is leaking. Improperly sealed chimney, skylights, and vents are the most common causes of a leak. The seals can also wear out over time.

    Leaks in shingles or tiles are also a common cause of leaking.  They, too, can wear out over time, or be improperly installed. Some of the most common causes of shingle leakage are:

      • Wind Damage

      • Ice Damming

      • Fallen Tree Branches

      • Curling

      • Cracking

      • Staining

      • Moss Build Up

       

      While some of these are acts-of-God, sometimes shingles just go through wear and tear. Our team can replace these shingles to keep water out of your home.

      Not sure if your roof is damaged? It’s always best to be cautious with your roof. Talk to an expert today!



      Getting Started


      We evaluate several key areas when assessing the damage to your roof:

      • Whether the damage poses an imminent threat to your home’s interior
      • Whether there is local damage (such as a tree limb strike)
      • If the damage is more widespread
      • How the age of your roof may affect your decision to repair only a part of the roof as opposed to replacing the entire roof surface.

        Due to manufacturer warranty restrictions and quality factors, we don’t generally recommend installing a new roof surface over an old one.