Under damaged shingles. At flashing points we see certain types of roof damage far more often than others – here are some of the most common types, and why you need to seek out repairs immediately if you experience these problems.
1. Loose And Broken Shingle
Replacing a damaged or loose shingle is probably all that your roof needs. Laying a new roof is a costly undertaking. Even if you don’t want to think about installing a new roof, you have no choice since the shingles will be loose or suffer a few damages at some point. Regular checks on the roof prepare you adequately for the task that awaits you. If the regular inspections help you notice damaged or loose shingles.
2. Animals In The Roof
These uninvited, unwelcome visitors may announce their presence by sight, sound or smell. If you hear animals on your roof, notice animal droppings on your roof or actually see critters moving under the eaves or physically entering your home, first walk around your house and check things out from ground level.
3. Roofing Leaking
Before you can get the leaks to stop and repair the damage inside, you need to know what’s causing the leak. Finding the root cause of the water leakage is essential to repairing it and preventing future issues
They are the two most dreaded words in a homeowner’s vocabulary: a leaky roof. Water is the most insidious foe, eager to penetrate your home covering’s most vulnerable defenses. And once inside, the damage and destruction may be taking place far from the point of the initial attack, making the initial source of a roof leak difficult to identify