Roof Replacement and
Roof Repair Specialist(703) 475-2446
Before Hiring a West Virginia roofing contractor, make sure they are Licensed and Insured
West Virginia roofing contractors have all the experience and skill residents need for their roof repair issues to be well taken care of. Homeowners of this unique state have all the extremes of a four-season climate to consider as they make a list of their annual priorities. Having a roof inspection at least once every six months needs to be high on that list because a really good roofer will be able to detect the early stages of any situations like leaking or structural damage. It is far less expensive to keep your roof in shape rather than have to organize a total roof replacement.
Starting in fall, up in the mountains and throughout the entire winter, snow and ice are a real concern for homeowners. Even if there is only a moderate snowfall, the risk of ice dams forming and water getting inside the structure of your house is great. Ice dams are made from the snow on your roof melting, dripping off the edge and refreezing. Once this repeats only a few times, a dam of ice builds up and prevents the melted snow from dripping off the edge of the roof so that it backs up instead.
Any little hole made by a nail or defective flashing lets all that water in and now you have a perfect environment for mold and mildew to form, especially if you do not have good attic ventilation. A poor roofing job can be a major source of your leaks, so make sure that you check the licensing, certification and references of the roofing company that you hire. Workers walking on steep roofs will often nail sections of 2 x4s to the surface so that they can have footholds. Naturally you want them to be safe but they also need to make sure that they repair those holes before they leave.
Once you have checked out the different companies, you will be able to rely on your local West Virginia roofing contractors to take care of all your needs.
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