Common Roofing Problems and What to Do About Them

Ensuring that your roof remains in great shape is important for your entire home! Your roof protects your home from the outdoor elements and when it's in need of repair, your entire home can be at risk for damage. If your roof leaks, you may need to replace drywall, repaint, replace flooring in some cases, and other replacement depending on the severity of the roof leak. Read on to learn about three common problems with your roof and get advice for what to do about them from our roofing company at the Lake of the Ozarks!

Leaks & Moisture

Leaks are likely the most common roofing problem. Roof leaks can occur for a variety of reasons, from improper installation to roof damage. Water can infiltrate your home through a hole from a popped nail, around damaged flashing, or from water backed up from an ice dam. Unfortunately, leaks can often be difficult to detect, and the point of the actual leak may be far from where the water has found its way into your home. Moisture in your home can then lead to other issues like mold and rot. The best way to prevent roof leaks is to have your roof regularly inspected by a roofing professional at the Lake of the Ozarks. If you already have a roof leak, it's important that you have it repaired before it leads to further damage to your roof or home, which can be more costly to repair.

Cracking & Blistering

As time goes by, roofs are subject to a variety of things that cause wear and tear. Eventually, cracks, blisters, and ridges can develop. When the roof membrane shrinks, this often causes cracks in the upper layers of your roof, the shingles. Blistering, ridging, splitting, and surface erosion of shingles will eventually lead to bigger roofing problems down the road. If you notice any cracked shingles or blistering areas of your roof, it's a good idea to contact a professional roofer for an estimate on your Lake of the Ozarks roofing needs.

Punctures & Holes

There are a variety of things that can puncture your roof. Hail can cause punctures in your roofing material and wind can blow debris onto your roof, which can also puncture the roof. Wildlife could also be a source of damage to your roof. If left alone, continued wear and tear to that damaged spot can lead to bigger problems. From small punctures to big holes, roof punctures leave your roof and home vulnerable to the elements, which can lead to a variety of other issues. Be sure to have even the smallest of issues addressed as soon as possible to avoid further damage from occurring and more costly repairs down the road.

Contact Above & Beyond Roofing!

Whether it has been a while since you've had your roof inspected, you have roof damage, or need a roof replacement at the Lake of the Ozarks, contact Above & Beyond Roofing! We are locally owned and operated and we offer free roof inspections at the Lake of the Ozarks

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