Kearney roofing contractors in Ontario

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Mc Laren Bros Constrn Co
  • Address:Sundridge, ON P0A 1Z0, Canada
  • Phone: +1 705-384-5572
  • Zip Code:P0A 1Z0
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Above Your Head Roofing
  • Address:822 Echo Ridge Rd, Kearney, ON P0A 1M0, Canada
  • Phone: +1 705-636-7117
  • Zip Code:P0A 1M0
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Milestone Roofing & Siding
  • Address:170 Domtar Rd, Utterson, ON P0B 1M0, Canada
  • Phone: +1 705-788-2012
  • Zip Code:P0B 1M0
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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 Kearney, Ontario 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.

Roofing Maintenance Checklist

  • Remove all leaf debris
  • Cut branches back from the roof and walls six feet
  • Clean gutters and downspouts
  • Seal windows and doors
  • Clean debris from soffit and fascia with broom
  • Keep vines and other landscaping materials away from the home
  • Prevent animal infestation by securing all soffit ventilation and closing all holes
  • Ensure satellite dishes are attached properly

Roof Leaks can Be Deadly

Once these toxic byproducts of a roof leak are allowed to continue unabated, the entire roofing structure, attic insulation, air conditioning/heating ducts and ceiling/wall/floor materials may need to be replaced to prevent serious health problems that can occur when the toxic fungi and mold spores are released into the indoor air system of your Kearney home or business. Black mold has been well documented to cause many serious respiratory problems in both asthmatic and healthy people’s lungs. If you notice black mold in your attic, ceiling or walls after a roof leak, vacate the structure and have repairs made right away.

Repair Leaks Right Away

Even if you’ve never experienced a roof leak before, you can imagine the mess and headache it must be to hire a roofer on the spot to make the repairs so you can clean up the mess. But what most people don’t realize is that when a roof leak occurs on your Kearney home or businesses roof, mold, mildew and fungus can form within 36 hours after water enters the structure. Unseen and hidden damages that are left alone have a chance to make a simple one day repair turn into a month long remodeling project very easily. If you notice a roof leak or signs of one; don’t let problems spiral out of control by waiting. Call a professional roof repair troubleshooter today and save yourself the headache and hassle of expensive roof leak repairs.

  • 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