Leaks should be taken very seriously, even if they appear to be minor. The smallest leak in your roof over time can cause a lot of water damage, ruining not only the ceiling inside your home but the wood inside the walls and insulation as well. Rotting wood and moldy insulation occur mostly due to roof leaks and these types of occurrences are very bad to breathe and live in.
Fallen trees and branches that hang or fall on your roof can cause devastating damage to your home and require expensive roof tree damage repairs. Trees that stand close enough to fall on your roof when exposed to sleet and snow, pouring rain, or high winds are a major threat to the health of your roof.
Siding damage may occur for many different reasons including wind storms, hurricanes, BBQ heat, hail, siding not properly installed, aged and worn or cheap materials. Give BDCRoof a call today, we have the proper tools, experience and quality materials to repair your siding correctly and make it look good as new.
Ridge vents provide uniform cooling along the entire roof deck, installed from end to end on the roof with a low profile. There are two types of vents: metal ridge vents and shingle-over vents.
Flashing forms the intersections and terminations of roofing systems and surfaces, tothwart water penetration. The most common locations for roof flashing are at valleys,chimneys, roof penetrations, eaves, rakes, skylights, ridges, and at roof-to-wall intersections.
“Slipped Shingle” is the term used to describe a Roofing Shingle that is no longer securely fastened or nailed to the Roof Decking. Improper nailing of the Roofing Shingles and the aid of gravity, wind is permitted to blow the Shingle far enough to tear the nails from the Shingle. Once this occurs, the Shingle begins to slide out of place. If the Slipped Shingle/s is not corrected, the effected Shingle will continue to slide and eventually will fall to the ground leaving an area of your homes Roof unprotected from the elements, this will lead to water penetrating through the Roof Structure and into the living space of your home.
When properly installed and maintained, the vent pipes allow the gas to escape and the caps prevent water dripping into your home’s pipes down the open end of the vent pipes during rains and storms. Opening and cracks in those pipes’ elbows, joints and/or connections may cause damage to your interior and belongings.