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Roof Leak Repair Contractors In Your Area

Leaky roofs cause a lot of damage. Even a slow drip of rainwater can ruin your insulation and your ceiling's sheetrock. Your attic's wooden joists are also vulnerable to water damage. If your roof has a long-term leak, it can cause a lot of structural damage out of sight. Once you hear a drip of water from your roof or you see sunlight coming into the attic, find a roof repair contractor who can help.

Leaks can be caused by several different types of damage. Roof repair companies know how to search for the underlying cause so the leak doesn't come back. Most roof damage is caused by regional weather, like hail storms in the south or ice dams in the north. Local repair companies can fix leaks faster because they are familiar with your area's climate and your roof style.

A leak can cause more and more damage over time, so schedule a repair appointment quickly. Type in your zip code and HomeAdvisor will connect you with leaky roof repair services near you.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to repair a leaking roof?

Repairing your leaky roof can cost anywhere between $100 and $1,300. The extent of the leak is the biggest cost factor. Materials also matter. Repairing an asphalt shingle roof averages about $500, while a metal roof goes up to $1,300 and higher.

Is a leaky roof covered by insurance?

Most homeowner's insurance policies cover at least some roof repairs as long as they're caused by natural events like hail, storms and fallen trees. Insurance doesn't cover leaks because of the age or wear of the roof. Check with your agent and read your policy to determine your coverage.

Is a leaking roof an emergency?

A leaking roof lets water into your home, which is always a problem and can become an emergency. Leaving it alone can increase the leak and damage to your home, so fixing it quickly is crucial.

When you find a small leak, you might be able to fix it temporarily by collecting the dripping water and adding a tarp to your roof until a professional can fix it permanently.

What questions should I ask a roof repair company?

  • Are you licensed and insured?
  • Can I have some references from previous clients to call?
  • How quickly can you come out to fix my leak?
  • Can I rely on you for larger repairs if the problem is bigger than I thought?
  • Do you do the work yourself or do you use subcontractors?
  • Are there any hidden costs or fees I need to be aware of?
  • Can you give me a quote for the project before I sign the contract?
  • Can you work with my homeowner's insurance on my behalf?
  • Do you offer a warranty for the work you do?

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