Tauranga roofing contractors in Bay of Plenty

14 companies found in your city.
Adco Roofing Tauranga
  • Address:21 Wainui S Rd, Whakamarama 3178, New Zealand
  • Phone: +64 7-543 0926
  • Zip Code:3178
5 reviews
Tauranga Roofing
  • Address:43 Portside Dr, Bay Of Plenty 3116, New Zealand
  • Phone: +64 7-575 3032
  • Zip Code:3116
3 reviews
Metalcraft Roofing
  • Address:42 Poturi St, Tauriko, Tauranga 3171, New Zealand
  • Phone: +64 7-575 7032
  • Zip Code:3171
2 reviews
Carlton Roofing 2005
  • Address:32 Oceanbeach Rd, 3116, New Zealand
  • Phone: +64 7-574 1158
  • Zip Code:3116
No reviews
LordCo Plumbing Ltd
  • Address:Judea Rd, Judea, Tauranga 3110, New Zealand
  • Phone: +64 27 556 7326
  • Zip Code:3110
1 reviews
Kiwi Spout
  • Address:1/82 Taurikura Dr, Tauriko, Tauranga 3171, New Zealand
  • Phone: +64 7-543 2276
  • Zip Code:3171
5 reviews
Mount Maunganui Roofing
  • Address:9/14 Portside Dr, Mount Maunganui, Tauranga 3116, New Zealand
  • Phone: +64 7-575 6808
  • Zip Code:3116
1 reviews
Metalcraft Roofing
  • Address:42 Poturi St, Tauriko, Tauranga 3171, New Zealand
  • Phone: +64 7-575 7032
  • Zip Code:3171
No reviews
Roofman Roof Manufacturers Limited
  • Address:98 Birch Ave, Judea, Tauranga 3110, New Zealand
  • Phone: +64 7-578 2650
  • Zip Code:3110
No reviews
Custom Roof Ltd
  • Address:29 Maru St, Mount Maunganui, Tauranga 3116, New Zealand
  • Phone: +64 7-574 5979
  • Zip Code:3116
5 reviews
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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 Tauranga 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.

Prevent Emergency Roof Repairs Before they Start

That’s why it’s so important to find the right roofing contractor for the job. When you ensure that your roof system is in tip top shape through roofing inspections, with a yearly maintenance plan and the occasional roof repair, you can prevent costly roofing problems and even a complete roof replacement. While an asphalt shingle roof replacement is recommended about every 15 years, with the right roofers to help you keep your existing roof in the best shape possible, you can extend that life up to 25 years or more.

Keeping your roof in tip top condition now can prevent costly roof repair problems from happening in the future. But when repairs are inevitable, you’ll need to use these tips and techniques to ensure your roof repairs last for years to come.

Roofing Inspection Checklist

  • Broken, damaged or missing shingles
  • Peeling, splitting or cracking sealants
  • Plumbing pipe problems
  • Rusting roof valleys
  • Fogged skylight or window panes
  • White wood fungus/black mold in attic spaces
  • Broken, loose or bent fascia, drip edge or soffit
  • Heavy staining or other odd discolorations
  • Loose satellite dishes
  • Exposed nail heads on shingles
  • Clogged gutters
  • Wintertime ice dams

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Roof Leak Symptoms

Check your roof regularly for any of these roofing troubles; especially after strong rain, wind or snow storms. Be sure a licensed, insured and experienced roof leak trouble shooter takes care of any problems before they get too difficult to manage.

  • Blown Off, Broken or Missing Shingles
  • Bent Ridge Ventilation
  • Lead Plumbing Pipe Boot Damages
  • Heavy Stains Around Skylights/Chimneys/Roof Valleys
  • Rusting and Corroding Flashing
  • Decomposing, Cracking or Splitting Sealants
  • Overflowing or Leveled Gutters
  • Loose Satellite Dishes
  • Improper Attic Ventilation
  • Winter Ice Dams
  • Evidence of Black Mold, Wood Fungus or Mildew
  • Fogging Window/Skylight Panes