After the storms, you are noticing neighbors getting new roofs. Do you want to know if your roof suffered damage too?
We cover the West Central Illinois and surrounding Iowa areas.
Roof leaks are probably the single most common roofing problems plaguing most homeowners. The leaks could be a result of many roof issues, such as broken shingles.
Nature is a major contributing factor to a deteriorating roof, and the best solution here is regular maintenance. Some of the issues need to be caught fast before they cause other severe problems.
If the sealant attaching your shingles wears off, it tends to loosen and break or come off completely. The sealant may be damaged by force of nature, rodents, or wear and tear.
If your gutters are clogged and the piles of debris on the roof catch water, the moisture collects and forms stagnant or pooling water, which can damage your roof.
If your roof suffered weather damage your insurance company may owe you a new roof! We can help!
Get a free inspection and you could be on your way to scheduling your free, or low-cost roof replacement!
If hail has damaged your roof your shingles will tell you. The most common evidence of hail damage is shingles that are missing granules and shingles that have dents or divots. Unfortunately, not all hail damage can be observed from ground level. Homeowners should schedule a roof inspection if they believe they may have damage.
You do not have to find evidence of a leak in order to benefit from a roof inspection. If your roof was exposed to hail or high winds, or if you roof is 15 years old or older it is time to pay it some attention. A leak isn’t the worst thing that can happen but catching problems before they happen by scheduling a roof inspection is sound homeowner advice.
While weather plays a big part in how long your roof will last, most homeowners who get 18-20 years out of a shingled roof should feel satisfied. Storms, hail, extreme heat and wind can all affect a roof’s durability. Homeowners should consider a roof inspection after any weather event or regularly any time after the roof reaches 15 years old.