Roof flashing repair can be tricky for amateurs, but the experts at ProCraft Exteriors have years of expertise, and can complete the job swiftly and efficiently. There are areas of your home's roof that are uncovered, such as edges and vents, so flashing is in place to defend your roof. Flashing does more than protect exposed areas, however, as it also effectively directs water away from your home's roof, and into the gutters. Do not allow your home's flashing to deteriorate any further, call our qualified experts for swift repairs!
Your roofing’s drainage structure down the valleys and edges of your roof and away from your home. This is made possible by flashing, which prevents water from getting trapped on top of your roof. Because of its role in the drainage structure, deteriorated flashing becomes especially critical to service. Water can find a free entry into your home through compromised flashing and these leaks will harm everything from your insulation, walls, ceilings, and roofing. If you discover a faulty section of flashing, it will need to be attended to as soon as possible. Cascading rain water will be directly funneled towards vulnerable areas with broken flashing. For roof flashing in Chesterfield and St. Louis, MO, you can entrust all your installation and repair needs to ProCraft Exteriors. Contact our team today at (314) 786-3732 for a free inspection and service quote.
Signals You Require Flashing Repair
Deteriorated flashing leaves your roof susceptible to water leaks. When rain is funneled into your home by faulty flashing, it leads to expensive damage in the roof supports, insulation, and interior ceiling. Do not wait to contact our team and schedule maintenance if you see these indicators of flashing breakdown.
Age: Roof cement or tar could have acted as flashing in aged residences. Over the years, these substances will degrade and force homeowners to schedule emergency services (unless treated quickly). A quick inspection can reveal whether your flashing has aged past the point of effectiveness. Our experienced roofing specialists use modern, first-rate metal during restorations to ensure long-lasting, durable flashing.
Rust or Corrosion: Even metal flashing can someday require repair. Rust eventually breaks down the flashing until it provides little to no protection for your house. If you have noticed that your flashing has started to rust, it may almost be time to replace it.
Roof Leaks: Leaks in your house can easily occur from damaged or incorrectly installed flashing. As part of your roofing system’s drainage system, select areas of flashing are more susceptible to water. Flashing has one sole purpose: to guard a roofing system’s weakest areas from water damage. If leakage has occurred around your flashing, you need to have it repaired as soon as possible.
Reach Out to Us Today
For replacement and repairs to roof flashing in Chesterfield and St. Louis, MO, you can always reach us at (314) 786-3732. We will render a complete inspection of your flashing to find deteriorated areas, then do fixes or replacements as necessary. Our experienced roofers will walk you through repairs and replacements to help you meet your budget goals.