Why Is My Roof Leaking?
If moisture, in the form of a drip from the ceiling has made its way into your home, a closer inspection is definitely needed. We had a customer in Mill Valley call us once, with a roof leak that was running down his interior kitchen wall. Since the wall faced the backyard, under his big redwood tree, he thought his gutters might be overfull, keeping the roof from draining properly.
Rainy Season Roof Repair and Replacement
As the sky clouds over and the wet weather begins, we get this question quite often. You might be surprised to find that the answer is yes. A roof repair or even replacement can be done when it is raining. The exception would be a flat roofed structure.
Safety is always a primary consideration for roofers and roofing in the rain requires caution. But it probably wouldn’t come as any surprise to know that roofers find working in cooler temperatures a perk. Summer sun and high heat make working in a little rain a viable option. For you as a homeowner, the contents of your home are a priority.
Why Are There Differences in Roofing Estimates?
If you found this article, there is a good chance you have a roofing estimate in your hands right now. You’ve probably heard that it is a good idea to get more than one bid for a roofing job, before deciding on who will be replacing your roof. But do you know how important it is to compare apples to apples and not apples to oranges? In roofing terms, that can mean comparing prices on more than just materials.