Is It Time For A New Roof In Greenville?
Have you done a roof inspection lately? Inspecting your roof is an important preventative maintenance task that can save you a lot of money in repairs. Routine maintenance by your Greenville roofing contractor can help extend the life of your existing roof system. Preferred Greensville Roofers offers maintenance roof repair and we also offer fast and affordable new roof installations.
Read the information below the critical signs you may need a new roof installed. If find any of these conditions below common to your roof, call us for a free no-obligation roof inspection. Below Is A List Of Roof Conditions That Indicate You Probably Need A New Roof:
Look in your attic for sagging in your roof – if it sags call immediately!
While in the attic do you notice water damage, water stains, or damp areas?
Trails or dark spots in the attic
Do you notice split or missing shingles?
When cleaning gutters do you notice granules that look similar to sand. This indicates roof wear is well progressed.
Rotten or the damp mildewed roof decking.
Preferred Greenville Roofers Can Install The Following Roof Systems:
Synthetic Roofing Systems
COMPONENTS OF A TYPICAL NEW ROOF IN Greenville
Roof Covering (Shingles, Slate, etc) – plus underlayment for protection
Sheathing – Fastened to the roof rafters – they cover the home
Structure of Roof – Trusses & Rafters that support the sheathing
Flashing – Metal or similar material placed in joints and valleys to prevent leaks
Drainage – Basically the design, i.e. shape, slope, etc that helps it fight natures elements
Roof Repair Greenville
Having problems with roof leaks? Is your house missing shingles?
If you are having roof problems, an inspection is very important to determine the problem and quickly fix it. If you are having roof problems you need to let our Preferred Atlanta Roofers know before further damage occurs to your roof. Our inspector will locate and check all the surface areas, valleys, mountings, and drains, and other structures on the surface of your roof to determine where the problem exist.