Sandwich roofing contractors in West Midlands
Keep Landscaping Maintained
One of the easiest things home and business owners can do to protect their roofing investment from unnecessary damages is by keeping an eye on landscaping materials around the structure. Trees that overhang the structure are often at risk for damaging shingle roofing materials. Once wind and strong storms blow through the your area, you can be sure that a tree branch or two are going to damage roofs that are in close proximity. But more often than not, it’s not the strong winds that do the most damages, it’s the weak winds that do.
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
After the inspection, our roofers will send you an instant email response with our quote. Our email includes a detailed cost breakdown list of all the work that needs to be performed, as well as plenty of digital photos of all the roofing troubles we find. This way, you can see for yourself what condition your roof is in and not just take our word for. Call Roofrepair.link now or fill out the information form in the upper right hand corner of your screen and we’ll provide you with a total roofing inspection today.
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.