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Residential Roof Repair

Roof repairs are unexpected and unwelcome, but it is crucial to address repairs promptly to prevent further damage and expenses in the future.


we have crews that specialize in repairing
shingle, metal, tile, and flat roofs.

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repair faq

  1. How do I know if my roof needs repairs?

    • Signs that your roof may need repairs include water stains on ceilings or walls, missing or damaged shingles, sagging areas, or visible signs of wear and tear. It's also a good idea to schedule regular inspections by a professional roofer to catch any issues early.

  2. How much does roof repair cost?

    • The cost of roof repairs can vary depending on factors such as the extent of damage, the type of roofing material, and the location of the repair. Minor repairs may cost a few hundred dollars, while major repairs or replacement can cost several thousand dollars.

  3. How long does roof repair take?

    • The duration of roof repair depends on the extent of the damage and the complexity of the repair. Minor repairs may be completed in a few hours to a day, while larger repairs or replacements may take several days or even weeks.

  4. Can I repair my roof myself?

    • While minor repairs such as replacing a few shingles may be DIY-friendly, it's generally recommended to hire a professional roofer for more extensive repairs. Roofing work can be dangerous, and improper repairs can lead to further damage or injury.

  5. What should I do if I have a roof leak?

    • If you notice a roof leak, it's essential to address it promptly to prevent further damage. Temporarily contain the leak with a tarp or bucket, and then contact a professional roofer to assess and repair the issue. See our steps below to investigating a roof leak.

  6. Will my homeowner's insurance cover roof repairs?

    • Whether or not your homeowner's insurance covers roof repairs depends on the cause of the damage and your specific policy. Damage caused by storms, fire, or vandalism is typically covered, but normal wear and tear may not be.

  7. How can I prevent roof damage in the future?

    • Regular maintenance, such as keeping gutters clean, trimming overhanging branches, and inspecting the roof for damage, can help prevent roof damage. Additionally, timely repairs and addressing issues promptly can help extend the life of your roof.


investigating a roof leak

Locating a roof leak can sometimes be challenging, but here are some steps to how we can identify the source.

  1. Check Interior: We will start by examining the interior of your home or building. We are looking for water stains, damp spots, or mold growth on the ceilings, walls, or attic, we will follow the trail of any water stains to determine the general area where the leak might be occurring.

  2. Inspect Attic: If accessible, we will inspect the attic for signs of water intrusion. We are looking for wet insulation, water stains on rafters or trusses, or daylight coming through the roof boards.

  3. Examine Roof Exterior: Once we have an idea of the general area of the leak, we will inspect the exterior of the roof looking for damaged or missing shingles, cracked flashing around chimneys, vents, or skylights, and any other visible signs of damage or deterioration.

  4. Use Water Test: If we're having trouble pinpointing the leak, we will perform a water test. We will spray water on specific areas of the roof and observe from inside. We systematically test different sections of the roof until we identify where the water is entering.

the reality of a repair

A common concern with roof repairs, especially when dealing with older roofs or specific roofing materials. Over time, exposure to the elements can cause fading or changes in color, making it challenging to perfectly match new materials with existing ones. Additionally, variations in manufacturing batches or slight differences in installation techniques can also contribute to color discrepancies.

Below are examples of exact shingle color matches that are visible after the repair due to aging over time.  For tile repairs, if the you don't have extra tiles, we may have to find a tile with the matching profile and paint to match. New metal panels will likely be brighter or shinier than existing panels and paint colors from different coils are not guaranteed to match.

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