We know, we know. It’s still early to think about spring, but it’s never too early to think about that roof over your head that’s in dire need of a replacement or repair. Although we do get some rain in the winter, it’s nothing compared to the April showers that hit us almost every year.
If you’ve noticed missing, warped, or weak shingles on your residential or commercial roof, then it’s just one sign that a replacement or repair is in need. You should also look out for the following on your ceiling
- A weakened surface
Let’s go over this topic a bit more below.
Finding water leaking from your roof can be extremely annoying, especially if it’s a serious one. Your first instinct is to immediately place a pot or container underneath it to collect the drops. But what do you always do after?
Do you cross your fingers and hope that the leak will magically go away? We hate to tell you this, but it won’t. A leak can be caused by a number of things, and the best way to handle it is by reaching out to our McAllen roofers to take care of the problem.
We’re betting it’s rare that your eyes ever wander up to your ceiling. When they do, have you noticed a large brown spot looking back at you that you swore wasn’t there a month ago? If so, it means you’ve got a leak.
These spots typically don’t begin leaking right away. If anything, they mean that water is collecting above you! This can be even worse if you own a business and that large spot is just hovering above your customers. Our McAllen roofing company can help!
Drooping and Weakening
If a leak has formed on your ceiling, other than a brown spot, you may also end up noticing drooping or weakening in the material. This means that the leak has been slowly rotting your ceiling away. Don’t panic! It’s not the end of the world. Our roofing company in McAllen uses some of the strongest and long-lasting materials in the business, so have us handle it!
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If you’re tired of dealing with those pesky leaks that will undoubtedly get worse by the time the rains of spring arrive, then contact us for your FREE estimate!