Roofing Repairs and Shingle Replacement
We know it can be frustrating when you first discover water leaking from your ceiling, or you notice shingles missing after high winds or a heavy storm. In many cases, these issues may only require a simple repair but they can also lead to further problems down the road if not treated properly. At Semper West, we recommend a professional roof inspection if you believe your roof may have been damaged in any way.
Since Semper West was founded, we’ve been committed to providing the most attentive, complete, and knowledgeable personal service. For your peace of mind, any new roof by Semper West comes with an insured warranty. We encourage you to speak with one of our representatives to find out about the extent of our warranties when it comes to new roof repairs and shingle replacements.
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Signs That Your Roof Needs Repair
Since winter is already gone, are you aware of the signs that you need to search for so you will know if the roof needs some repairs? When you see the snow melting away, you may realize that the home, particularly the roof, was able to experience a lot of suffering because of the freezing temperatures and storms.
Rain and snow can flow into the gutters through the valleys of the roof. In case the valleys may not be sufficient, the water may collect and eventually make the roof leak.
Missing or Curled Shingles
Whenever you notice that the roof’s shingles are buckling or curling, you may definitely need to have the roof undergo some serious repairs. In case the whole shingles are disappearing or shingles appear to lose their granules, the roof may be past its expected life.
Moss & Dark Streaks
Whenever the roof has algae that are airborne, the roof may appear to have some dark streaks. In case the home does not get enough sunlight, there is a high possibility for the growth of moss. This moss can retain the moisture and eventually get frozen whenever the temperatures are cold. It can ultimately damage the shingles’ granules.