Persistent leaks and other issues can be as simple as a roof repair, often resolved with a shingle replacement; other times it can be as crucial as revamping the existing roof because it cannot be rectified. In this case you will need to have your entire roof replaced as soon as possible in order to avoid further leaks and unnecessary damage.
If you are like most people you run in and out of the house, drive back and forth to work and glance at the roof only occasionally as you back out of the driveway. Inspecting your roof regularly or having a contractor do it for you will prevent some costly repairs down the road – and keep the raindrops from falling on your head. Mold, bacteria and fungi can grow very quickly in a home; within 24-48 hours a water related issue can make a big headway, so it is vital to look for signs of moisture, mold or rot on a scheduled basis. The National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) recommends inspecting or having your roof inspected twice a year, in the spring and in the fall.
The quality and performance of any roof depends on an entire roofing system of accessories and products working together. Ensuring maximum protection and durability of your home include: ventilation, underlayment, hip and ridge molded caps, ice & water protection and attic insulation.
The cost and duration of a roofing job will vary widely depending on the size and complexity of the roof. A small, uncomplicated roof can usually be finished in one day. A large, complex roof can last two to three days. Contact us for your new roof estimate and get the best roof system your house deserves.
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