Enderby roofing contractors in British Columbia
Roofing Inspections 101
Getting the most out of your existing or new asphalt shingle roof starts with having a roof inspection performed on your Enderby, BC roof at least twice a year by a crew of professional roofers who specialize in roof leak trouble shooting. Don’t settle for just the average roofer to inspect your shingle roof. Many times a conventional roofer will overlook minor damages and request that you need a complete roof replacement. This is because it’s much easier and the roofer will get more money for the job. If you use an experienced roof repair trouble shooter, you can be sure that minor roofing problems are identified and repaired right away to prevent future roof repairs as well as ensure your existing shingles last as long as possible before the inevitable and expensive total shingle replacement is necessary.
Preventing Emergency Roof Repairs
Your repairs and replacement expenses are a costly investment that shouldn’t be taken for granted. It’s in you and your bank accounts best interest to prevent expensive repairs before they have a chance to start. With the right maintenance, the necessary shingle repairs and a roof inspection performed each year or sooner, you can help to prevent an expensive roof replacement project down the road. It’s never a good idea to climb on your roof, but from the safety of the ground, you can easily spot the following roofing troubles so you can prevent more serious problems before they have a chance to start. Be sure your roofers do a thorough and complete roofing inspection at least twice a year to prevent future roof repairs and extend the lifespan of your existing roof.
- Broken, damaged or missing shingles
- Cracked, split or peeling sealants, rubber or tar
- Rusting or corroding flashing
- Bent, blocked or loose ridge ventilation
- Plumbing pipe disrepair
- Skylight or window pane fogging
- Leaf debris buildup
- Black mold, colorful mildew or white wood fungus
- Loose satellite dish
- Valley troubles
- Clogged gutters
- Many loose shingle granules in gutters and valleys
- Improper attic ventilation
- Ice dams form in the winter
- Damaged soffit, fascia or drip edge
If you spot any of the above signs of roofing problems on your Enderby, British Columbia home or businesses roof: don’t let problems turn into expensive repairs, time consuming cleanup or deadly black mold, call roof repair right now before your roof leak turns into a roofing nightmare.
Even if minor damages are present and a roof leak hasn’t happened as of yet, it’s a good idea to tackle the problem long before rain or snow have a chance to enter the structure. While these minor repairs might not seem like a big deal and you feel you can wait for repairs, you couldn’t be more wrong. Once a penetration has been made through the roofing membrane, moisture can enter the structure easily as warm air seeps out of the leak and mixes with cooler outside air. Condensation can occur and create a roof leak, even if it’s not raining.
Roof Leaks can be Hazardous to your Wallet Too
Not only can these leaky roof threats be smelly, dangerous and deadly, they can also be very expensive to replace. In some extreme cases, water penetration through a roof leak can cause so much damage that it would be cheaper just to demolish the structure and rebuild the entire building than it would be to remove and replace the black mold, fungus and mildew damages. Don’t let mold, mildew or fungus become an issue in your home; call us now or fill out the information form in the upper right hand corner of your screen and we’ll send our team of roof repair trouble shooters to find and fix any roofing troubles the same day. We’ll provide you with a thorough roofing inspection, complete with an email of a detailed description of roofing trouble areas and digital photos of the problems, so you’ll know exactly what leak concerns your roof may have, safely from the comfort of your computer. Call Roofrepair.link now and you’ll see why we are the top roofing repair, replacement and inspection company in the entire British Columbia area.