Roof Repairs & Inspections

Regular maintenance, repairs, and inspections help maintain your roof’s life and ensure it’s up to date to keep providing the safety and protection for your home and your family.  Maintain your roof’s functional condition, preserve curb appeal, save money, and enhance the value/resale potential of your home.

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Replacing or repairing broken tiles

Tile is built to be durable, but it’s not invincible: every homeowner will eventually have to deal with broken tiles. Tiles that are broken or damaged need to be replaced. Your tile roof is a set of armor, and just one gap can allow moisture to get in and compromise the underlayment and structure itself.
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Fixing Broken Shingles

Maintaining your shingle roof matters; missing or broken shingles can expose the roof to moisture and UV radiation.
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Condition of flashing / gutters

When flashing cracks or is bent upward, moisture is able to run inside to the roof seams. When your gutters are clogged, the water they collect has no place to go. Clogged gutters can also cause water leaks on the inside of your home. Trapped water can rot the wooden fascia boards your gutters are mounted to, letting moisture enter your home.
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Check Roof Penetrations

You want to check to make sure chimneys, pipes, skylights, exhaust fans, vents are all in good condition and not causing any water infiltration.
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Water Leaks

Leaks can be caused by multiple things like damage from debri, natural causes, & even improper installation.
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Metal Roofing

Metal roofing requires minimun maintenance, however, fasteners can crack and lead to minor leak issues.
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Missing / Cracked shingles

Missing or damaged shingles can lead to leaks and other interior damage
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Traditional Tile Roofing

Tile roofing is designed mainly to keep out rain and is traditionally made from locally available materials such as terracotta or slate. Modern materials such as concrete, metal, and plastic are also used and clay tiles have a waterproof glaze.
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