Emergency Roof Repair

Emergency roof repair can become necessary for a lot of different reasons. But no matter what has caused the roof leak or damages that are affecting your home, you need help fast. At Deerfield Roofing, we get to your home fast. We ensure that your home is protected from the elements and further damage while we inspect your surface. Our thorough evaluation and expert care will return it to pristine condition.

Emergency Roof Repair

Storms
One of the most common types of damage leading to emergency roof repair starts with severe weather. Heavy winds, rain and hail can wreak havoc on an asphalt shingle roof. Even the most durable and well-installed roofing system is vulnerable to the effects of a thunderstorm or hurricane. Our storm damage repair services are designed to stop any leaks immediately, evaluate the situation and come up with a solution.

Strong winds can peel away shingle roofing like a bandage because of the way shingles are overlapped during installation. When this happens, your underlayment is exposed and susceptible to damage. The nails that were used to apply the shingles might have been torn off in the wind as well. This may have left tears in the underlayment and exposed your wood decking. Driving rains can penetrate into your attic and living space causing water damage, rot and mold. Regardless of how deep the damage goes, whenever you experience material loss, emergency roof repair is necessary.

Hail damage is not always as easy to notice, but it can lead to problems equally as serious. When large stones beat down on your home, they can cause degranulation, or the loss of protective mineral granules. The granules that coat the shingles are designed to protect the surface from the sun’s UV rays. When there are bald spots, your roof is left exposed, can weaken and develop leaks.

If you notice hail damage on cars, black minerals near your downspout or neighbors nearby having work done on their topside surfaces, call us immediately for emergency roof repair.

Age
Every rooftop will reach the end of its lifespan at some point. You may not know yours is coming to that point until you suddenly need emergency roof repair. Over the years, your roof will experience degranulation from tree branches and hail. Sun and storms will weaken the surface. Even a well-maintained roof eventually deteriorates.

When you call us, we will perform a thorough 20-point inspection to determine whether repairs or replacement will be the best option. We provide a free estimate to help you make your decision.

Poor Maintenance
Not every homeowner has the time or physical ability to stay on top of roofing maintenance. Untrimmed tree branches often scrape against the protective mineral granules and can remove them. Piles of debris like leaves and limbs can hold moisture against the surface and weaken the materials. Eventually, these issues and others can cause leaks that will require emergency roof repair.

Not only can our team provide you with emergency services; we also offer scheduled maintenance plans to prevent issues like this in the future. We even trim trees!

roofing system

Poor Installation
Many roofing contractors out there are perfectly respectable companies. But they make a common mistake when it comes to installation. When using a nail gun to tack down shingles, it is crucial to calibrate the gun before each use. Otherwise the nails can be shot directly through the shingle, leaving behind a hole and an unsecured product. On its own, this can lead to leaks eventually.

If you have also had the trauma of severe weather, your roofing materials don’t stand a chance. Emergency roof repair can remedy this situation.

When you need a name you can trust, contact Deerfield Roofing. We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and are certified by HAAG, GAF, Owens Corning and other reputable roofing names. Call us today!

We perform emergency roof repair in Atlanta, Lawrenceville, Snellville, Buford, Conyers, Covington, Monroe, Loganville, Dacula, McDonough, Decatur and all of the surrounding areas.