Roof Repairs in Arizona

If you’re like most people, you probably take your roof for granted most of the time… Your roof is there, it protects you from the elements, and that’s that. A normal day doesn’t usually involve you stopping to think about it. You typically don’t consider whether there’s a growing hole up there and whether you might have to get it fixed soon

At Landmark Roofing, we’ve seen just about everything in our 40 years of experience. Let’s take a look at some common factors to consider when deciding whether your roof needs repairing or replacing.

Three Key Questions To Ask Regarding Your Roof Repair

Obviously, if your roof is already leaking, then you should get a professional up there immediately! But assuming that we’re not quite at that level of severity, how else can you determine if it’s time for a roof repair?

There are three important factors that can be immensely helpful in figuring that out.

What Type of Roof Do You Have?

Possibly the most important question in determining whether your roof needs repair or replacement is what kind of roof you have. Different roofs require different roof repairs. And depending on the type of roof you have, you may be automatically more prone to needing roof repairs.

Take rubber single-ply roofs for example. This kind of roof is naturally more inclined to need roof repairs simply because of the nature of its material and how it’s installed.

Other roofs, like foam roofs, are significantly more durable and will require less maintenance over the course of their lives.

When looking into new roofs for your home, this is an important factor to consider. Although the initial cost of the roof might look affordable on paper, it could run up a tab over the years with costly roof repairs.

How Old Is Your Roof?

Tied with the roofing type for importance, knowing the age of your roof is vital. Roofs can have varying lifespans, and knowing the age of your roof can help you figure out whether it’s time to repair it or get a replacement.

Traditional asphalt shingle roofs last around 20 years on average. If your roof is older than this, it’s most likely nearing its end, and you should probably get it looked at.

The more modern dimensional shingles generally last a bit longer, with 30 years being a common manufacturer’s guarantee.

Foam roofs can last indefinitely, but should be recoated around every 10 years or so to ensure they stay completely UV-resistant over time.

Other kinds of roofs, such as tile, slate, or sheet metal may not need to be replaced during your lifetime, as these kinds of roofs can last for generations.

What is Your Budget?

This is an important consideration, as you may be looking at both partial and full roof repairs and wondering which is better for you. A patch or a repair can be a great option if you just have a small area of your roof that needs fixing. There’s no question that in the short-term, this is the more cost-effective choice.

Be weary of this route, though. Over time, patches and repairs can add up to more than the cost of the entire roof. So if you can afford an entire re-roof, it’s usually your best bet to do so, especially if you know your roof is nearing the end of its lifespan.

This a good rule of thumb, and can ultimately save you money.

If you think your roof may need repairs, contact us today to learn more or get an inspection from a professional roofing company.

It May Not Be Your Roof That Needs Repair

True, if you have a leak, most of the time you may need to get your roof repaired or replaced. But sometimes it isn’t actually a roof problem at all.

Sometimes, there are other malfunctions that take place on the roof. We’ve seen some leaks come from windows, parapets, scuppers, AC ducts, and more.

If you aren’t sure where your leak is coming from, feel free to schedule an inspection with us, and we can find the issue for you.

Whatever might be causing the leak, we’ll be able to quickly apply a long-lasting fix that will ensure your roof is fully operational for years to come.

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Roof Repair Considerations

Our Roof Repair Process

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We understand how harsh the Arizona summer and monsoon season can be and the toll they take on roofs. After 40 years of experience, we’ve seen it all and know what signs to look for when locating the problem areas.

There are, unfortunately, some dishonest roofing contractors out there who will try to convince you that your easy roof repair will cost you $15,000 as opposed to $200. We will never do this to a customer – we value transparency and have a moral obligation to be honest with our customers and give them the best value for their money.

Our roof repair process always starts with a thorough evaluation of the roof and the potential problem areas.

If we find damage, compromised areas, or potential entry points for leaks, we’ll walk you through our findings so you can make an informed decision on what remedy you want to go with.

Once a solution is decided upon, we deploy our highest-quality materials and workmanship to quickly fix the issue.

Choose Landmark Roofing For Roof Repair!

At Landmark Roofing, we’ll never try to sell you something that isn’t critical to your overall roof health. Whether a simple roof fix is required, or a bigger project to get your roof back in tip-top shape, we’ll work with you one-on-one so you understand what’s important to fix and where your money will be going.

Three differentiating factors to consider:

We guarantee our labor for an unprecedented 10 years.

Our tried-and-true roofing methods ensure our applications are completely free of defects, and we never cut corners. You can rest easy knowing that leaks are a thing of the past.

We’ve been installing roofs across Arizona since 1979.

Our 40 years of experience have made us one of the top roofing companies not just in the state of Arizona, but in the country. We already have industry-leading methods well established that have worked for us for over four decades.

We only use the best and most durable materials.

Which, in industry terms, means we only use UL-rated material – many contractors do not. We’ll ensure that your roof repair stands up to the harsh desert elements for as long as possible.

If you’re ready to start a roofing project, or would like to have a professional roofing company come inspect your roof, contact Landmark Roofing today!

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