When your roof ages, or when it’s been damaged by a bad weather, a storm or something else, you may need to hire a roofing contractor to repair it. But what, exactly, can a roofing contractor do for you? Here’s what you need to know.
What Can a Roofing Contractor Do for You?
A roofing contractor can help you with a wide range of issues that could compromise your home or business’s integrity. Remember, your roof is your building’s first line of defense against the elements – and if it’s compromised, the entire building (and everything in it) is at risk. A roofing contractor can help you wi
- Roof repair
- Roof replacement
- Storm and hail damage
- Gutter and vent work
- Commercial roof repair and replacement
Here’s a closer look at each.
The average roof is designed to last between 20 and 30 years, and during that time, repairs may be necessary. Normal wear-and-tear, weather damage, and other factors can degrade shingles and other roofing materials over time, which means you need your roof inspected each year. A roofing contractor can identify issues and perform the necessary repairs to extend your roof’s lifespan.
All roofs eventually fail, and when that happens to yours, you need a roofing contractor to replace it for you. Your roof protects your home or business from the weather and preserves your home’s structure, which means that keeping it intact is absolutely essential – and when it needs replacement, you should only trust a professional.
Storm and Hail Damage
Storm and hail damage are both common issues in Texas – the weather we experience here is tough on roofing materials. You can’t put off making roof repairs after storm or hail damage; doing so will certainly worsen the problems. Small issues can quickly spiral out of control, and if left untreated, can lead to you having to replace your entire roof.
Gutter and Vent Work
Your gutters and roof vents are integral parts of your roof. Gutters whisk away water, which is harmful to roofing materials, and vents pull out damp air that can damage your attic and the indoor components of your roof. Issues with either of these – your gutters or your vents – can cause irreparable damage to your roof.
Commercial Roof Repair and Replacement
Commercial roof repair and replacement are necessary after normal wear-and-tear or specific damage – and you need a roofing contractor to handle it for you. A contractor should be able to help you with:
- PVC roofing
- TPO roofing
- Membrane roofing
- Fluid-applied restoration
- Hail and storm damage
- Maintenance and service