Common Problem Areas on Residential Roofs
Our roof repair services begin with a thorough inspection of your roof for signs of failure. When it comes to residential structures, the first place we check is the chimney due to its multiple layers of flashing that have a high potential for water leakage. Other problem areas are commonly found near the:
- Plumbing vents
- Gooseneck vents
- Wall flashings
- Eave and gutter aprons
- Fascia and soffit
Every portion of your roof does its part to protect your home from the elements. However, in the Atlantic Coast’s volatile stormy season, strong winds can leave your roof vulnerable to rain infiltration. If you suspect your roof has been damaged, let us know and we’ll provide a thorough inspection.
- If you have an asphalt roof, we’ll check for torn or missing shingles and nails that have backed out. You’d be surprised how much water can leak into the small hole left by a shingle nail that has somehow worked itself out of your roof.
- If you have a metal roof, we’ll look for any failed fasteners, seams, or flashing and provide a fix to eliminate the risk of water leaking in.
- If you have a tile roof, any cracked or sliding tiles, corroded areas, and deteriorated underlayment can be quickly identified.
- If you have a flat commercial roof, we’ll comb over every square inch for cracks, bubbles, blisters, or other signs that indicate a leak is present.
All of these issues can be quickly addressed with our professional roof repair services. In the event that your roof is plagued by widespread damage, we’ll likely recommend a full replacement, but only if it is absolutely necessary. We pride ourselves on being honest and communicative with our customers and will provide only the most appropriate service to meet the needs of your roof.