We know what it’s like to see signs of a leak or missing shingles after a storm, wondering how bad the damage may be. Our team will put you at ease by assessing the situation and walking you through the recommended steps. We understand how to get our customers the best possible outcome in every situation by clearly explaining the steps needed to repair your roof.
We start by examining the area and thoroughly inspecting the damage to asses exactly the proper solution. We’ll then walk you through the next steps with an estimate on timeline, materials, and costs up front so there are no surprises later on. We’ll work hard to repair the roof quickly and ensure the job is done right so you can get on with your life.
At RoofingCo.com, we do roofing repairs for both residential roof and commercial properties. It doesn’t matter if it’s your family home or your business, a leak in your roof can be an extremely inconvenient development in your daily routine. Give us a call to remedy the situation and limit the damage!
A roof is exposed to all of the elements: heat, wind, hail, ice, rain, everything that nature has to throw at it. Even though your roof is built to last a long time, even the highest quality roof will not last forever, and the decision to repair or replace your roof can depend on a few different factors.
No matter the quality and craftsmanship of a roof, they don’t last forever. If your roof is old and it’s showing signs of storm damage, leaks, or other problems, it may be a good idea to replace it with a brand new roof than fixing multiple issues over time with many different band aids.
A common reason customers call for roof repair is leaks. If you see extensive water stains on your ceilings, running down your walls, or dripping on your floor, replacing your roof fully may be a cheaper solution than systematically repairing leaks as they pop up.
If your roof is extensively damaged from a storm, or there are multiple leaks on an old roof, you may be better off replacing it with a brand new roof. This is an area we can help you with, by providing options on the cost to repair versus the cost to replace.