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Your roof is one of the most important parts of your home, as it serves to protect everything inside of it, including your family and all your most treasured belongings. But if your Jersey Village roofing is damaged, it cannot effectively provide you and your property with the protection its intended to provide. That’s why it’s so important to stay on top of regular Jersey Village roof maintenance and repairs, which begins by recognizing these signs of possible Jersey Village roof damage.
There are a number of ways you can know exactly when it’s time to call our Blue Ribbon Roofing specialists and schedule Jersey Village roof repairs, which may include:
All of these issues require your immediate attention, or you could be faced with interior damage to your home and everything in it, as well as total roof failure. A simple Jersey Village roof repair will cost less in terms of money, time, and attention, so don’t ignore any of the above problems.
When it comes to Jersey Village roof damage, you don’t want to leave anything to chance. While you know your home better than anyone else, our professional Jersey Village roofers are experts when it comes to recognizing signs of roof damage. We climb onto your roof and inspect every inch of its surface, as well as chimney flashing and gutter systems to identify problems that require repair. Based upon our Jersey Village roof inspection findings, we’ll make informed recommendations that will provide you and your family the peace of mind that comes with knowing you’re protected from severe weather roof damage.
This time of year is notorious for severe weather systems that are accompanied by strong winds, heavy rain, and hail. All of these conditions are known to cause Jersey Village roof damage, which could spell catastrophe for your property if your roof is already damaged. For that reason, we encourage you to make all necessary repairs as soon as possible before the next storm hits.
Whether your Jersey Village roof damage requires repairs or a full roof replacement, we’re here to help. We’ve been providing Houston-area residents with the protection of secure roofing for 50 years, and we’d be honored to welcome you into our family of customers. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our expert Jersey Village roofers and see why so many homeowners entrust their roofing needs to Blue Ribbon roofing.
In Greater Houston, roof inspections are recommended on a regular basis, and this includes Mission Bend roof inspections. What makes a roof inspection so important? And how often should homeowners schedule one? In this article, our Houston roofers will answer these questions in greater detail.
Mission Bend roof inspections by a professional Houston roofing company like Blue Ribbon Roofing are the best possible way to assess the level of damage on your system throughout the year. In a climate such as Houston’s–which experiences winds, rains, and chilly winters–regular roof inspections are a must if you would like to get the most out of your roof. By getting inspections throughout the year, our roofing company (and you) will be well informed on when it might be the right time for Mission Bend roof repairs or a full roof replacement.
Our Houston roofing company recommends that you get a Mission Bend roof inspection twice a year at a minimum. Although you could get a roof inspection at any point in the year, the best time to get on is during the spring and the fall because these are the transitional seasons before harsher weather conditions arrive. In the spring, for example, we have a chance to check on your roof and complete a roof replacement or some minor roof repairs prior to the summer months, which are hotter and bring the risk of hurricane damage. By also getting a Mission Bend roof inspection in the fall, we can assess any hurricane or tropical storm damage that may have occurred and perform the necessary repairs/replacement to safeguard your roof before the winter rolls around.
There are numerous signs to look for that indicate roof damage has occurred. Some damages we might discover include (but are not limited to):
As an award-winning roofer in Houston, we know what it takes to keep your roof intact and protective. If you’d like to determine whether your roof system has been damaged, please contact us for a Mission Bend roof inspection. While many companies offer a roof inspection via drone, we believe this can be inadequate. Instead, we physically climb onto your roof and inspect it closely, making sure to document all of the damage present. Once we complete our inspection, we will gladly share our findings with you and make our best recommendations to keep your structure and your loved ones safe.
Spring is near, which means warmer temperatures will grace us once again–a much-needed break from the frequent cold fronts we’ve endured this year. In this article, we will discuss some Kingwood roof repairs that will reinforce your roof, considering it has likely sustained winter damage.
Houston’s winters bring plenty of cold and wind damage. It’s important to get this damage addressed with Kingwood roof repairs so you can go into the spring with a well-enforced roof you can trust to remain sturdy as we brace for more winds (don’t forget that hurricane season and hail season start in the spring!) In Kingwood, we often recommend the following types of roof repairs:
Rainstorms are common during the winter season. Coupled with wind or critter damage, many homeowners discover a roof leak. It’s imperative that we perform a roof leak repair to prevent spring’s intense precipitation from further damaging your home.
In the winter, wind roof damage becomes very common. Wind damage can result in missing or lifted roof shingles, which can let outside air into your home and hike up your energy bills. Not to mention, shingles in poor condition invite severe damage to take place as we enter the rainy spring season.
Chimney flashing can become damaged in the winter as well, resulting in a broken seal that lets precipitation into your home and cause water damage. If your chimney flashing is damaged, it’s best to get it repaired before spring officially arrives.
While spring reminds many of flowers, grasses turning green again, and sunnier days, don’t dismiss the season as a damage-free one. In the spring, hail season is at its peak and the climate becomes rainier as hurricane season approaches. Not to mention, gusty winds are especially common in the spring. All of these weather changes can wreak havoc on an already-damaged roof in the Greater Houston area. However, by entrusting our award-winning Houston roofing company with your Kingwood roof repairs, you will enjoy a sturdy roof with renewed protection. If you’d like to check on your roof and reinforce it ahead of the spring, please contact us! We would be happy to assess your roof for damage and perform any necessary roof repairs to keep you safe and comfortable.
In Mission Bend, a re-roof is necessary every 15 years or so (on average). However, age isn’t the only factor to keep in mind when figuring out if you need a Mission Bend roof replacement. In this article, our Houston roofing company will offer some insight into what warrants the need for a new roof.
Roof shingle curling is synonymous with severe wind damage. In Mission Bend, wind is more common during the spring and the fall. However, winter storms bring plenty of wind damage as well–including curling shingles or completely torn-off shingles. Corner shingles are the most prone to lifting from gusty winds, and if this curling isn’t addressed, gusty winds can rip the corner shingles off along with any neighboring roof shingles. Once too many roof shingles are missing and the underlying decking succumbs to weather damage, a Mission Bend roof replacement will become necessary.
Roof sagging is caused by roof rot. What’s roof rot? Roof rot occurs when the underlying decking of your roofing sustains water damage that results in the wooden boards rotting and turning to mush, making it unable to hold up your roof shingles. Sagging usually cannot be fixed with roof repairs, so we typically move forward with Mission Bend roof replacement.
In a climate like Houston’s where water damage meets humidity, it’s not unheard of for roofs to suddenly grow moss and algae. If it’s left uncleaned, this can severely compromise your roof’s structural integrity and invite critters to turn your roof into their new shelter.
It’s no secret that roof leaks are a problem, but the issue with most roof leaks is that they form and go unnoticed for quite a while until the leak has already caused significant damage. If you keep discovering roof leaks, it’s time to seek our Mission Bend roofing company’s expertise in case a roof replacement becomes necessary.
While you may spot any or all of these signs of roof damage, the best course of action is to contact us for a roof inspection by our award-winning roofer. This way, we can get a clear idea of what your roof has sustained and the best way to restore its integrity.
Since the beginning of 2022, Kingwood has experienced numerous storms that brought rain, wind damage, hail damage, and even some ice damage. Now, don’t think that Kingwood’s winter weather isn't a cause for worry. In Greater Houston, our roofs are still likely to be damaged by the cold weather. Keep reading to learn how to tell if your home has sustained storm roof damage.
There are multiple signs that indicate your roof has been damaged by past storms. The most common signs our Houston roofing company sees include:
Roof shingle curling is synonymous with severe wind damage. Kingwood experiences wind during most of the hurricane season and even during the spring and winter. If wind speeds pick up (they usually do), this can cause already-damaged roof shingles to start lifting–especially if these shingles are on the corners of your roofing. This spells disaster. Why? Well, corner shingles are the most prone to lifting from gusty winds. If they aren’t secured, they’ll soon tear off and drag nearby shingles with them! The last thing you want is to be missing shingles that are supposed to keep your family safe.
Hail forms when cold upward winds combine with raindrops. As the rain gets stirred in the winds, it grows upon itself into what we know as hailstones. Did you know that it only takes hail the size of a quarter to cause Kingwood roof damage? This is because hailstones fall onto your roof with great force, causing divots and indents on your roofing–even chipping your roof shingle granules. Roof shingle granules are your roof’s outermost layer of protection, so once these are chipped, your roof shingles become more vulnerable and might require Kingwood roof repairs or a Kingwood roof replacement if your roof is exhibiting long-term damage.
A Kingwood roof leak can occur at any time of the year because it often exists in your home for extended periods of time before you finally spot it. This is why a few complete Kingwood roof inspections throughout the year are helpful.
If you spot any of the aforementioned types of damage, please contact us. Alternatively, if you aren’t sure you can see any signs of damage but want to be proactive in preserving your roof, you can also contact us for a roof inspection. Our Houston roofing company–which services roofs in Kingwood, Mission Bend, Cypress, and more–will find storm damage on your roof and perform the appropriate Kingwood roof repairs to reinforce it. If a roof replacement is needed, we can also discuss this option with you.