Roof Repairs - A&M Construction of NW Fla Inc

Roof Repair : When to Repair or Replace Your Shingles

Home remodeling is a major effort, with roof repair being a major concern for many homeowners. For those with a shingled roof, the option of whether to repair them or simply replace the roof poses quite the concern.

Whether you need simple shingle repair or require a full roof replacement, A&M Construction of NW Fla Inc, provides high-quality residential roof repair services. No matter what scale the roofing repair, we have got you covered.

Roof Repair Incorrect nailing is one of the most common issues that roofing contractors encounter. Without the proper nailing, shingles come loose, especially in older homes. Luckily, this is an easy repair. To fix it, your roofing contractor can lift existing shingles over one that’s loose or missing, remove excess nails that prevent the shingle from moving into place, or get up on the roof and start re-nailing. All of these will fix loose or missing shingle issues without replacing the entire roof.

Shingles age over time, leading to unattractive decay. If you notice cracks or missing tabs in the shingles, then a full roof replacement is your best route. After damaging winds and rains, you might also see small shingle pieces throughout your yard. This is another sign that your shingles are slipping and a simple roof repair won’t resolve the issue. Also, the exposed nails that loosened those shingles could cause extreme leaks, causing potential water damage inside the home. If you spot any of these issues, it’s time to start shopping for that new roof.

Whether you require roof repair or replacement, the experts at A&M Construction of NW Fla Inc, will finish the job in a timely and affordable manner. For more information on their home remodeling services, visit them online or call 850-803-0650 to schedule your free, no-obligation estimate today!

Any job that you consider doing on your home, make sure to hire a fully licensed and insured contractor to protect yourself. If in doubt, check them out by calling your local county/city building department. Never let anyone talk you into “pulling the permit” for any job on your home as that is the contractors responsibility to take care of all necessary permits. If the person/company, you are wanting to hire cannot acquire the permits to do the job, chances are they are not licensed to do the work.