Roof Repair - Stamford, CT
You’ve invested a good amount of money in building or having your roof built. It’s only fair that you get the best roof maintenance program which extends the life of the structure. Stamford Roofing Chiefs offers periodic maintenance and on call repairs to preserve the structural integrity of your roof. Our attention to detail and skilled professionals are second to none in the market when it comes to roof repairs or fixing water damage.
Damaged or cracked shingles call for immediate attention in order to prevent water from permeating through which would rot the wood underneath. Ignoring the problem could lead to the damage accelerating, ultimately compromising the strength of the roof, leading to costly repairs if not an entire replacement. Don’t let the problem compound. Let’s fix that cracked shingle before it’s too late!
Whether you are in need of an urgent repair or an entire replacement, our team of certified, experienced roofing contractors are here to support you. We work with clients across Stamford and nearby areas. We are the team you can trust because we give you the peace of mind you need when it comes to the safety and strength of your roof.
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If you notice one of the following problems, please contact us immediately:
1. Wall paint problems:
Paint peeling off the walls under the ceiling in certain areas of the house is a sign that moisture is getting through your roof. This may be hard to spot at first but once it has been noticed and addressed, you may have prevented costly repairs. Book that inspection today, if you’d like to ensure your roof’s shingles are in top condition.
2. Water leakage:
This is the most common symptom of a damaged roof and more easily noticeable as well. If you witness a leak in a certain area of the house, it needs to be traced to its origin to find the exact area of the roof that needs service. Our end to end inspection will identify not just the area but also the cause of the leak, which helps us find the best possible fix.
Each type of roof requires it’s own unique treatment. Asphalt or concrete shingles often experience cracks. In these cases, replacing the broken shingles is fairly easy. On the other hand, a slate roof may require a more careful inspection to determine its age. Hard slate can last up to 200 years, while soft slate can survive a good 125 years. Fixing a slate roof might be more expensive than replacing it entirely with an asphalt, wood or concrete roof.