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Fixing the Roof

A leaky roof can be a costly problem. Even small leaks can lead to bigger issues down the road if they aren't addressed right away.

Fixing the Roof

 Our quality Roof inspection will give you peace of mind by identifying any potential problems and giving you an estimate for how much it would cost to fix them before they become a major issue. This way, you'll know exactly what needs to be done so that your roof stays in great shape for years to come!

KNOWING IS HALF THE BATTLE

We have a team of qualified roofing specialists who can inspect the condition of your home and guide you through the insurance claim process. Nobody wants to replace their roof, which is why we offer this service to ensure that your insurance covers it. Our goal is to protect our customers against any damages caused by weather conditions or other factors.

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The roof of your home is one of the most important parts, but also one that you don't think about very often. 

If you have a home, you probably know that the roof is one of its most essential parts. If your roof has any damage to it, then it needs to be repaired immediately. There are many different reasons why your roof may need to be fixed, such as storm damage or hail damage. The following list provides the most common grounds that could indicate that your roof needs repair:

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ROOFING SIGNS OF A DAMAGED ROOF

#1 - Leaks  coming from the roof

In some cases, roof damage can be mild, and you may not even notice it at first! In other instances, the roof needs to be repaired quickly to prevent further damage from occurring. Hopefully, using these tips as a guide, your roof will keep getting repaired before something terrible happens. Sometimes roof leaks go unnoticed for years because they are so minor or only occur during heavy rainstorms, but over time, those tiny drops of water can cause much long-term harm if left alone! This is why homeowners must check their roofs regularly during wet weather season or after particularly windy days when debris might have been blown into the shingles.

#2 - Wind  damaged shingles  

When you've got old and weathered shingles on your roof, it can mean trouble. They may make more noise, they might leak and drip water, and they definitely won't keep your house as warm in the wintertime. It's time to call in a roofing contractor for an inspection sooner rather than later! You've seen it-tiles starting to curl or crack, missing tiles, peeling paint. When left untreated, even small holes can cause severe damage to your shingles and your home. Damaged shingles are more likely to leak, which may allow water into the roof decking or attic that could eventually lead to premature failure of multiple structural elements. You've seen it-tiles starting to curl or crack, missing tiles, peeling paint. When left untreated, even small holes can cause severe damage to your shingles and your home. Damaged shingles are more likely to leak, allowing water into the roof decking or attic, leading to premature failure of multiple structural elements.

#3 - Cracked tiles on top of the house

When you've got old and weathered shingles on your roof, it can mean trouble. They may make more noise, they might leak and drip water, and they definitely won't keep your house as warm in the wintertime. It's time to call in a roofing contractor for an inspection sooner rather than later! You've seen it-tiles starting to curl or crack, missing tiles, peeling paint. When left untreated, even small holes can cause severe damage to your shingles and your home. Damaged shingles are more likely to leak, which may allow water into the roof decking or attic that could eventually lead to premature failure of multiple structural elements. You've seen it-tiles starting to curl or crack, missing tiles, peeling paint. When left untreated, even small holes can cause severe damage to your shingles and your home. Damaged shingles are more likely to leak, allowing water into the roof decking or attic, leading to premature failure of multiple structural elements.

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WHY BOOK A ROOFING INSPECTION?

• Save thousands in damages
• Save money on insurance claims
• Inspect and prevent other problems from happening 
• Instant relief from a problem that could have been avoided

• Protect your home from storm damage
• Ensure coverage in the event of insurance claims
• Obtain professional advice on what steps to take next