Roof Leak Repair Service in Calgary, AB
Roof leaks seem negligible. You can say it’s just one corner leaking and it won’t affect anywhere else. However, a small leak will evolve into a bigger problem over time if you keep it unchecked.
If you see any signs of internal roof discoloration, call on No Payne Roofing. We will take care of your leaks in no time at all.
When Do You Need Roof Leak Repairs?
Aside from discolored ceilings and moisture on your walls, here are other signs you need roof leak repairs.
Punctured Roofing Material
Any sign of bruising or puncture along your roofing material is a sure sign of water penetration.
Damaged or Missing Shingles
If a portion of your shingles is missing, it is possible water has penetrated the underlayment. Ponding will occur placing the underlayment under great duress. During hailstorms, missing shingles will cause huge bruises and holes on underlayments. Additionally, damaged shingles will introduce water on the underlayment.
After a Strong Hailstorm
Hailstones from pea to softball sizes will have penetrated your roof. These are huge and fast enough to dislodge shingles. Their size and velocity will surely bruise and penetrate any roofing material.
Prevent Possible Siding Damage
Leaky eavestroughs will complement leaking roofs. In turn, your stained and soaked siding will require repairs. If you need the best siding contractors in Calgary, you can depend on us. We have decades of experience handling cedar, aluminum, and vinyl siding repairs and installation.
Trust No Payne Roofing to Provide Superior Roof Leak Repair Services
Malarkey Roofing Products: We use Malarkey’s advanced line of commercial roofing products for low-slope roofing projects.
Euroshield: With a great variety of rubber shingle aesthetics and superior rubber, any property will have superior protection with a beautiful aesthetic with Euroshield.
MetroShingle: Only great metal material will supplement our quality metal roofing projects. Metroshingle’s fire-retardant metal shingles have a 50-year warranty too.
GAF: For superior conventional asphalt shingles, GAFʼs Timberline roofing shingles is our primary go-to material.