Don’t roof leaks have the worst timing? Your life is already so busy, the last thing you want to deal with is a wet ceiling. To prepare you for any present or future leaks, we’ve put together a little (or not so little, more like a super thorough) guide for you.
Experiencing leaks in your home during tropical storm Isaias? Your roof might need more than a band-aid fix. Sometimes you just need a resealed boot. Unfortunately, other times leaks can be a clue that something bigger is wrong with your roof.
North Carolina is notorious for its intense temperature swings. Just last week, the Triangle area experienced several days in the 70°s. Then, snow and temperatures dropping to the mid-20°s this week. While this may be the area’s only snow of the winter season, roofs may still be at risk due to the drastic fluctuations in weather.
These are two Cary homes that won’t be calling us to repair any roof leaks on this VERY rainy week. Let the rain come down, because they have new lifetime roofs! Their shingles are wet, but their homes are nice and dry! Having trouble with roof leaks? Read on to learn about the 10 most common causes of roof leaks!
Roof leaks can cause significant damage to a home if the underlying cause isn’t discovered and repaired promptly. Since water can travel outward from the point where a leak occurs, it may be difficult to pinpoint the exact cause. Below we’ll cover some of the most common causes of leaks. Before or during the rainy season, check out these potential causes in order to stop an existing leak or to prevent future problems. Don’t wait for your roof to leak. Give it a roof-up (or replace it if it is time).