If you feel like you got shocked and awed by the early arrival of winter, you’re not alone. The sudden frost and snow here in Colorado have left many homeowners scrambling to prepare their home for winter, making sure that the roof is ready for the season. If you’ve been diligent in maintaining your roofing system all year round, an early winter is probably not a big concern of yours, but if you’ve gotten behind on your maintenance the excess moisture on your roof could spell trouble.
24-hour emergency roof repair in Colorado
Roofing in the winter is dangerous and challenging. It’s dangerous because of the cold, slippery conditions. And it is difficult because fixing your roofing system requires dry, above freezing temperatures. Of course, both homeowners and professional roofers would prefer to wait to repair a damaged roof until the temperature warms up, but if you have a leak you don’t have the luxury of being able to wait. The longer you allow water to penetrate a leaky roof, the more extensive and expensive the damage will be to repair in the spring-time.
In a roofing emergency, Quality Roofing offers 24-hour tarp and repair services. The most important part of fixing a roof in winter is stopping the leak and protecting your roof and your home from further damage. The tarp is a temporary solution that will protect your home until we can assess the real damage and find the best solutions to solve the problem.
The Quality Team will be ready to respond to your call anytime
All solutions to roofing system repairs are weather-dependent. Our crew knows how materials act under various conditions and will never attempt to fix a problem if we can’t work under the right conditions. Understanding how temperature and moisture can affect roofing materials is key to a quality installation.
We’ll provide you with a temporary solution until we can assess the damage and the weather permits us to return and fix the damage once and for all. Whatever you do, don’t attempt to go up on your roof to place a tarp or fix the problem yourself. Besides the dangers to yourself, if you don’t understand your roofing system, chances are you’re only opening up your home to further damage.
Hiring a professional, emergency or not, is always your best bet when it comes to roof repair.