If your roof suffers damage from a storm, wind, hail or falling objects, you can’t wait for the weather to ease before making repairs. Water entering your home can cause serious and expensive structural damage. Call DeShazo Roofing for rapid crisis response.
After our rapid response team makes emergency repairs to seal the damage and minimize the entry of water, we’ll return when the weather calms down to make a full assessment and recommend additional repairs. In many cases DeShazo Roofing can restore your roofing system to “like new” conditions without the expense of a complete roof replacement.
If the damage is extensive and a new roof is required, we’ll prepare a comprehensive written estimate for providing a high quality roofing system that is guaranteed to deliver reliable and durable protection for years and years.
An ice dam is the ridge of ice that forms at the edge of a roof which prevents melting snow from draining as it should. The water that backs up behind the ice dam can leak into the home and cause damage to walls, floors, ceilings, insulation, and other areas.
Preventing damage from an ice dam is pretty straight forward. It’s all about being proactive. When you think you may have a problem, it’s time to call DeShazo Roofing.
Many homeowners ignore a leaky roof or attempt to make temporary repairs. They even may consider the problem a minor one, but water has a way of seeping through the tiniest gaps to enter a home and cause serious and costly damage.
Our team is knowledgeable in the repair and restoration of all types of roofing systems and roofing materials. We routinely repair roofing systems made of asphalt shingle, slate and metal. Whether it is a small drip or extensive damage, DeShazo Roofing is the local roofing company with the experience, skills and resources to repair your leaky roof. We’ll have the leak identified, isolated and repaired in no time, making sure your roof is restored and once again providing the protection and peace of mind it was designed to deliver.
Here are two red flags that the professional roofers of DeShazo Roofing look for when inspecting a roof:
• Streaks and stains on exterior walls
• Mold or Moss growth on roof