Your roof is leaking, and now you’re wondering what to do. Whether the leak showed up as a little discoloration on the ceiling or you were awakened from a deep sleep by the sound of dripping water, now it’s time to figure out how to get it fixed and how to pay for the repair.
There are a few variables that can affect installation time, including whether the roof is damaged, whether you need structural repairs before the crew can install a new roof, if there are weather-related delays and which type of materials you chose. Of course the roof’s size and pitch (steepness) are commonly the two most relevant
Homeowners are often told to get several bids for roofing, and accept the best. It may be helpful, when making that decision, to understand just what goes into figuring up roofing costs. Without knowing what goes into a roof, it can sometimes be frustrating to see a big dollar figure plunked down in front you.
Because of its placement, and longevity, the roof doesn’t normally get much attention. That is, until there is a problem. Nothing lasts forever and the same can be said about the roof. After years of experience, we’ve narrowed down the 6 most common causes of roof damage. Some of these can be avoided, while others
Obviously, if there is an unexpected emergency or needed repair, the best time would be when that happens. There are times, however, when a potential problem is noted, but it is not urgent. When there is a warning, and time to plan, roofing repairs are best done in the Fall and Spring. Coincidently, this is
Identifying Trouble Spots with Roof Vent Pipe Jack Flashing and B Vent Leaks Roof leaks can be quite mysterious to the average homeowner. Much of this is due to the common lack of safe accessibility to your roof top. While some leaks can be obvious, others are occurring where to the layman, everything can look
How Roof Damage Occurs Damaged Roof Reasons why your roof needs repair or replacement Roofs have a rough life. Think about it. What if you had to spend all day and night outside, rain, wind, burning heat or freezing cold, for 30 or 40 straight years? It might take more that a warm