Although roofs typically only need to be replaced every 15-30 years, for your roof to reach this life expectancy. Regular maintenance and repairs still need to be performed. Most roofs require that repairs be made around the 10-15-year mark depending on the life span of your roof. High winds, hail, or severe water damage can be the cause of roof repairs. Our roofing contractors are no strangers to storm damage and roof repairs. We have project managers and insurance adjusters on sight of every project to give us the ok before we consider a project finished and ready for our customers to occupy.
Leaks are the number one cause of roof repairs. Overtime wear-n-tear can damage the shingles of your roof or cause them to fall off entirely. Once gaps and openings start to appear on your roof, it's only a matter a time before a storm rolls around. Causing water to leak into the cracks in your shingles, damaging the roof. Once leaks start to creep up, don't hesitate to contact professionals for immediate roof repair Fayetteville NC. Not only will we repair any damaged or missing shingles, but we also provide inspections to ensure that no unseen or future damages occur.
Over-time the shingles on your roof can come loose, become damaged, or straight up disappear over time. Reshingling is the best option for repairs when this occurs. Thicker and heavier shingles will prove more resistant to inclement weather. Thankfully repairs are relatively straightforward and don't require much time depending on the size of the project. Our contractors also make sure when installing new shingles that proper airflow is left. So that ventilation can flow through lowering the temperatures in your home. Although reshingling may sound straight forward, it's always dangerous to climb any roof, and repairs are always best left to the professionals.
Roof flashing refers to the material covering the corners and edges that cover any objects the protrude from the roof. Roof flashing can cover the edges of windows, chimneys, or vents coming from your roof. This roof flashing is meant to tighten the seams of any corners ensuring that no water can pass through. Roof flashing can also be used to waterproof any pipes, supports, or cables that may also be lining the surface of your roof. Despite their intent to seal off water, most leakages originate from these edges. Roof flashing is a vital component to any roof, and any damage to the flashings should be taken as seriously as any other leak in your roof.
Unlike other roofing materials, metal roofs require repair solutions that are unlike most options available. Most metal roofs come in two different varieties of either architectural metals roofs that you can find on residential buildings. Alternatively, structural metal roofs you will commonly see on commercial and industrial buildings. Most mistakes and leaks in metal roofs occur not because of bad metal sheets. They mainly happen because of flaws in the installation process of a new metal roof. After installation, it doesn't take long before you start to notice leaks and mistakes in the design.