What You Need to Know About Roof Leaks
March 14, 2018
Your roof protects your home’s structural integrity. As its first line of defense against harsh weather conditions, it should always be in great shape. Once it becomes leaky, however, it can cause inconveniences, not to mention a greater investment of time and money. Rapid Roofing, the trusted provider of emergency roof repair, discusses what you need to know:
This is one of the easiest roof problems to spot and one of the top causes of roof leaks. When you notice patches of colors on your roof, some of your shingles are most likely missing. Shingle blow-off is usually caused by high winds and heavy rains.
At Rapid Roofing, we assure our clients that we only provide high-end products. Our partnership with GAF allows us to deliver their Timberline® Shingles line, the top-selling shingle brand in North America. Each shingle is warrantied to withstand winds of up to 130 mph through a wind speed coverage that requires special installation of Dura Grip™ Adhesive seals. To ensure all-around protection from water damage, we also recommend investing in our quality gutters.
Walking on Your Roof and DIY Repairs
If you often go up on your roof, it’s highly likely that you might step on a crucial roof element and end up causing more cracks on an already broken seal. When this happens, your first instinct may be to perform a DIY roof repair to immediately address the problem. Unfortunately, by doing so, you may cause more damage to your roof. Instead, turn to a professional like Rapid Roofing for the proper solutions. We have the necessary skills and equipment to create quality results.
At the first sign of a roof leak, we recommend turning to Rapid Roofing for professional repairs. Otherwise, it may cause extensive and costly damage to the rest of your home. You can also count on us for quality roofing and skylight installation services. Call us today at (734) 234-5900 to learn more about our services. We’ll even offer you a free quote. We serve Ann Arbor and the surrounding Michigan areas.