Take advantage of spring’s not-too-war, not-too-cold weather by scheduling roof maintenance with your trusted roofing company. Do not wait for the peak season; instead, be ahead of the game. Allegiant Roofing discusses some roof tune-ups to prioritize this season.
Dealing With Exposed Nail Heads
Water has a way of seeping through the tiniest gaps, which means it can enter around the exposed nail head. This could rot the wooden underlayment and eventually weaken the structure. To fix this issue, your roofer will have to hammer and seal the spot using roofing cement.
Redoing Loose Shingles
Your roof has to remain intact to give your home complete protection. However, during a storm, some shingles might loosen. Your contractor will need to remove the shingles and the exposed nails using a claw hammer. Next, they should apply a self-sealing strip to the existing shingles and allow the area to dry. A liberal amount of roofing sealant will then be added to the strip. Finally, your roof leak repair contractor will slide the new or loose shingles and nail them in place.
Repairing Rubber Gaskets
When the rubber gaskets around your vent pipes break, your home is susceptible to leaks. You need to get in touch with your local roofer to seal the area to avoid further damage to your interior space.
Inspecting Your Roof
Work with a licensed and insured contractor for your roof inspection and repair projects. These experts know which areas to look for damage as they are knowledgeable about how the system works. As a Haag Certified Inspector, Allegiant Roofing has completed extensive training programs to conduct more efficient and precise inspections. We can also help you deal with your insurance claims in case of storm damage.
Allegiant Roofing, one of the premier commercial roofing contractors, provides professional roofing services to help keep your home dry and safe all year round. Call us today at (937) 660-6312 to learn more about our products and services. We serve residents of Dayton and other nearby areas in Ohio.