Sometimes, a roof might still leak after a service call. This unfortunate issue can be caused by a variety of reasons. Understanding the reasons behind this problem can help you in event that it happens to you. In today’s article, Quality Assurance Roofing, the top roofing contractor in our local area, explains why a roof might still leak after a roof repair.
Mule-Hide is one of the most trusted names in commercial roofing. It offers premium low-slope products that meet the current and emerging needs of design communities.
Flat roofs are more vulnerable to damage than residential roofs. Due to their low slope, they’re more exposed to ultraviolet (UV) rays that can degrade the the roof membrane – not to mention allowing water to pool on flat surfaces. That’s why roof maintenance is a must for property managers.
The shingle deterioration process starts as soon as the roofing system is packaged. It deteriorates in three parts: the incipient or early stage (where decay is slow), the accelerating stage (where decay worsens) and decelerating stage (where the shingles no longer function). This is affected by weathering or the effects on shingles of long-term exposure to different elements.
Checking your roof for signs of damage is important if your area just got hit by a storm. Unlike other types of roof problems, storm damage is often much more serious and can easily cost you a lot in repairs if you wait too long. Here is a quick guide from a local roofing contractor to help you deal with storm damage.