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A leaking roof is a nightmare for all homeowners as it can cause severe damage to the house. Therefore, we suggest you determine the reason behind it and get it fixed as soon as possible to avoid further damage. Here at Prrotect Roofing, we are highly experienced working in the St. Louis roofing industry and have noticed these common denominators when evaluating the causes of roof leaks throughout the years. Read on to learn more!
Flashing are thin metal pieces that form a water-resistant barrier. Roofing contractors use tar to fix the flashing together. However, it can rust over time and even crack if it is not coated properly.
They form the outermost layer of a roof. If you spot discolored patches on your roof, it means your shingles are broken or missing. It can be because of harsh weather like heavy rains and strong winds.
These are the sloppy areas of the roof which your roofer must seal appropriately; otherwise, water may get inside. You must also not step on them as they may get cracked. Excessive ice and rain can also erode them.
Vents release the moisture of the house into the air. However, they can crack when the flashing of your roof breaks. It can lead to dark spots and a leak.
It stops the water or the melting snow from draining off. The buildup damages the roof's structure, ultimately leading to cracks or holes that cause leaking problems.
You may find wet spots or constant dripping near the skylights of your roof. It can be because of improper fitting of skylights or poor insulation at the corners and edges of the skylights.
For an effective roofing system, clean gutters are essential. They help not to let water accumulate on the roof. If they are blocked, the water cannot travel and instead will collect in one area and go inside the house through the cracks.
The chimney is adjoined with your roof at the mortared joints. Mortar, a mixture of water, cement, and sand, can erode during terrible weather. It can lead to holes near the chimney, causing leaks.
If you have a leaking roof, you must get it repaired immediately. Prrotect Roofing is a roofing company offering various roofing services like repairs, inspections, storm restoration, and many more. We are known for our team of skilled individuals and our knowledge. For more information about us, contact us at (314) 292-9331, connect through e-mail at email@example.com or fill out the contact form.
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