Clinton roofing contractors in Ontario

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Clinton Roof Truss
  • Address:16 5th Ave, Clinton, ON N0M 1L0, Canada
  • Phone: +1 519-482-5970
  • Zip Code:N0M 1L0
2 reviews
Charron Roofing
  • Address:316 James St, Clinton, ON N0M 1L0, Canada
  • Phone: +1 519-482-1400
  • Zip Code:N0M 1L0
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  • Missing, Broken, Damaged Shingles
  • Roof Plumbing Pipe Weeping and Staining
  • Loose or Bent Ridge Vent
  • Fogging Window/Skylight Panes
  • Chimney Flashing Corrosion
  • Rusting Valley Metal
  • Loose Satellite Dishes
  • Overflowing or Improperly Sloped Gutters
  • Improper Attic Ventilation
  • Damaged Drip Edge, Soffit or Fascia
  • Signs of Black Mold
  • Winter Ice Dams

Here at roofrepair.link, we know how difficult roof repairs can be once they have been allowed to sit for long periods of time. That’s why we ensure that your Clinton, ON roof repair or roof replacement is performed the same day we provide you with a quote. We guarantee that your roof repair troubles will be taken care of the same day you give us the go ahead to start work. So what are you waiting for? Don’t wait for roofing troubles to get more expensive. Call us today or fill out the information form in your upper right hand screen and our professional roofing contractors will come to your Clinton home or business to find and repair any roofing troubles, and all on the same day.

This is because the continual motion of a windy day may make swaying branches rub against roofing materials and wear holes into the surface of the shingle, ensuring a roof leak takes place without your knowledge. Tree branches aren’t the only problem either. Leaf litter can build up in valleys, behind chimneys and around skylights. This allows two dangerous roofing problems to take place. One, water flow may be blocked and force water to enter between shingles and into your attic space. And two, water can cause leaf materials to rot and wood fungus to grow on shingles, ensuring their timely demise.

A roof leak can be a horrible thing to come home to. Puddled water, stained ceilings and ruined furniture are sure to be discovered. But puddles of water on your floor are just the beginning of problems. Once water has been allowed to sit in insulation, on wood and other roofing materials, dangerous mold, mildew and fungus can begin to grow. Mildew can damage paper products and insulative materials in attic spaces. Wood fungus can grow in warm and wet places within days that can rot structural components, turning them into crumbling woodchips in no time fast.