Although roofing has significantly evolved over the years, over time, leaks can still develop.
Factors such as high winds or hail can loosen, damage, or even remove shingles from the roof, resulting in leaks around the damaged area. Also, gutters may clog, causing an overflow, and even walking on the roof can cause damage under certain conditions. Over time, shingles will eventually wear out and allow water to penetrate.
Because of all of this, it is essential that you take care of your roof. Regular inspections can help find and correct potential problems before any severe damage is caused. It is critical to address any sign of interior leaks quickly.
Once the leak is repaired, the shingles will provide more years of protection. However, replacement is occasionally the only option due to the extensiveness of the damage. This can happen if the roof is neglected over long periods, or if the roof has suffered extreme storm damage.
Capitol Roofing can evaluate your roof’s condition and respond accordingly.
We know how disruptive a roofing project can be, and pride ourselves on protecting your home and landscaping throughout the project as well as providing a thorough clean-up upon the project’s completion.
We will protect your landscaping and driveway as if they were our own.
Our team is fully outfitted with tarps of every size, dumpsters, metal detectors, and high powered magnets to ensure that there are no potentially dangerous pieces of metal or nails left behind. No job will be deemed complete until the customer’s site is immaculately restored.
Big renovations tend to call for a big mess. For example, it is customary to remove old shingles when new ones are needed. This allows the contractor to also inspect the roof deck and see if any repairs are needed, and gives them a smooth base for installing the new shingles. Competent roofing contractors would be sure to have the needed tarps or dumpsters at the site to keep the debris of the removal of the old shingles under control.
Repairs tend to generate less debris than reconstructions, but there will still be a presence of product wrappers or trimmings. The contractor may also need to clean up debris in order to clear the site for repair. Regardless of the type of debris, professionals would make sure the site is properly cleaned before the job is initiated, as well as before the job is pronounced complete.
In addition to the initial cleanup of the obvious debris, the contractor will use a metal detector or high powered magnet to ensure there are no potentially dangerous pieces of metal or nails left behind anywhere at the site. Thus, ensuring the ongoing safety and satisfaction of the customers.
Our employees are committed to delivering their best work, and part of this commitment includes leaving the worksite at least as good as they found it.