There are a variety of reasons a roof needs repair or replacement. Often, the first signs of trouble on your roof include the loss of granules, brittle shingles, curling shingles, and dark water stains on your ceiling, to name a few. For repairs, it’s vital to be sure that the company diagnosing the source of your roof leak or damage has a long history of experience and quality workmanship in order to give you an honest evaluation of any roof repair work needed.
We are a full-service roof repair contractor offering emergency repair using trained technicians who are ready to investigate and find the true source of your roof leak. Furthermore, we can even help facilitate interior damage repair by recommending our preferred interior repair specialists for sheetrock and drywall repair. We may also recommend painting, carpet and any other necessary trades you may require.
After a long storm or wind-driven rain, take a look in the attic for signs of leaking. It could indicate damaged shingles, inadequate underlayment, or deteriorated flashing.
Moisture trapped in the house due to poor ventilation can cause exterior paint to peel and blister.
Stains – or worse, mold – can be caused by leaks from outside the house or moisture trapped inside.
Excess moisture can contribute to decay.
When dry, cracked, or easily broken shingles have reached the end of their life, it’s time to invest in a new roof.
Vegetation, fungus, mold, or algae growth can cause dark stains on your shingles. That doesn’t necessarily mean you need a new roof. However, if you do choose to replace your shingles, ask for StainGuard® protection. You can learn more about StainGuard® protection and other GAF products by clicking here.
StainGuard® protection is only available on shingles with StainGuard® -labeled packaging. See GAF Shingle & Accessory Ltd. Warranty for complete coverage and restrictions.)
Inadequate ventilation can drive up your household cooling costs by trapping hot air in the attic. Moreover, attic moisture can drip into your insulation, reducing its effectiveness.
A Chase Cover (Chimney Cap) is a metal cover that fits over your chimney chase (on chimneys with wood, metal, or vinyl siding) to prevent water from entering the chimney. The chase cover must be installed properly so that water runs off the chase cover. If the chase cover is flat water can accumulate and cause rust which can result in a leaky chase cover. Galvanized sheet metal chase covers rust more quickly than stainless steel chase covers, but even stainless steel can break down over time depending on the environmental conditions.