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Here are 5 common types of roof repair in Phoenix

Here's what you need to know about the different types of roof repair here in Phoenix.

During the lifespan of a home, every home needs roof repair at some point of another. In this blog, we’ll review the 5 most common types of roof repair.

#1. Replacing or repairing broken tiles

Many homes have tile roofs.  Tile is built to be durable, but it’s not invincible: every homeowner will eventually have to deal with broken tiles.

Tiles that are broken or damaged need to be replaced. Your tile roof is a set of armor, and just one gap can allow moisture to get in and compromise the underlayment and structure itself.

#2. Fixing broken shingles

For the same reasons as tile, your shingles eventually will degrade or fall off completely. Maintaining your shingle roof matters: missing or broken shingles can expose the roof to moisture and UV radiation.

#3. Locking down a leak

Moisture is the mortal enemy of all roofs. Roofing materials act like a shield, pushing moisture away and off of the roof. However, if you’ve found evidence that your home has some kind of roof leak, the time to take action is now.

After getting through broken tiles or damaged shingles, water will then reach the underlayment. If it gets through that, it’ll reach the structure of your roof, causing rot and mold buildup in the structure and in your attic.

Left untreated, this can eventually ruin the structural integrity of your home. In other words, the time to call your roofer for a roofing checkup is the exact minute you first discover a leak from your roof.

#4. Repairing foam roofing

Foam roofing has been increasingly popular. One of the best features of this roofing type is that it’s easy to repair and patch. The outward-facing part—the elastromeric coating—is a tough, water-resistant membrane that takes the brunt of the damage from UV rays, wind, and moisture.

If your foam roof has been damaged, give your roofer a call. They’ll check on your roof and give you an upfront quote.

#5. Helping a flat roof drain water

If you have a flat roof, drainage is everything. You don’t want standing water pooling on your roof. One of the most common types of repair these roofs need is help with drainage.

Check out the infographic below to learn more about roofing repairs:

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