Don’t let a minor problem become a major issue!
Your roof is exposed to the elements 365 days a year, and taking your roof for granted can be the start of unnecessary problems. Our Roof Tune-Up® service is designed to address minor roof deficiencies before they become major issues. We’ll arrive at your property equipped with everything needed to make repairs right away, and give you a complete roof tune up cost inspection to ensure it remains in top condition for years to come.
The Roof Tune-Up® is one of the best investments you can make for your home. In the event that our experts feel your roof is beyond repair and a new roof is required, we will tell you so. Should you decide to proceed with a new roof, we will deduct a portion of the Roof Tune-Up® fee from the cost of installing a new roof.
Our Roof Tune-Up® service is designed to address minor roof deficiencies before they become major issues, such as broken shingles, excessive moss, or curling
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The Roof Tune-Up® service includes a complete inspection of your roofing system. If additional deficiencies are found, our technicians will attempt to address them while onsite. In the event that we determine repairs are outside the scope of work that can be completed onsite at the first visit, we will affect a temporary repair to protect the property and one of our estimators will follow up to assess the situation and provide a quote for a permanent solution.
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What is a roof tune up?
A roof tune-up is performed to increase the longevity of your roof. After performing an inspection to find any problems, roof tune-ups usually include securing loose shingles, replacing missing or rusty nails, and securing or replacing flashing.
How do I know if my roof needs replacing?
The common signs that your roof may need replacing are cracked shingles, the edges of the shingles are curled or cupped, there are spots where granules are missing or your roof is at least 20 years old and looks worn.
How often should I have a roof inspection?
For asphalt, composite and wooden shingle roofs, you should have an inspection every 3 years. For tile roofs, it’s good practice to have an inspection every 5 years.
What are examples of minor roof deficiencies that could become major ones?
The list of minor roof deficiencies that can become serious is a long one. There only needs to be a tiny crack in the surface for water to get in and spread. Once that happens, a lot of damage will be done. Roofs soon spring leaks if loose shingles, flashings, sidings, and other components are not repaired. Leaving moss or mould to grow can also lead to the need to make major repairs.
What does a roof blister look like? How can I identify one?
Roof blisters are raised bumps. They occur when the shingles or membrane starts to dry out and lose adhesion. At that point, one layer peels away from the other and blisters occur. It is wise to get those areas of the roof repaired straight away.
Which animals usually cause problems for my roof?
Most of the animals that perch on or run across your roof do not cause problems. But, hearing them can be irritating and if they find a way into your attic they can cause a lot of damage. In particular when they create a hole to allow them access to your roof space. Squirrels, raccoons, bats, birds and even some insects can all do this. As soon as you are aware of animals on your roof, it is wise to take steps to deter them.
What makes a roof tune up different than repairs?
A roof tune-up focuses on preventing roofing issues from happening by addressing the most common issues. On the other hand, roof repair deals with a single roofing problem that pops up.
Can I do the roof tune-up myself?
It will be challenging if you do the roof tune-up yourself. You’ll need some experts that will guide you on what’s best for your roof.
What exactly is included in roof tune-up?
Roof tune-up includes repairing any leaky roofs, replacing missing or broken tiles, shingles, metal, sealing pipe vents or gaskets, painting roof vents, re-nailing loose flashing, among others.