Leaky Roof Repair Concord NC

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Jae And Company
(704) 426-9852
8718 Kenneth Oren Dr
Charotte, NC

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Cabarrus Roofing
(704) 795-5961
5555 Highway 601 S
Concord, NC

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Keasler Roofing
(704) 782-2311
430 Old Charlotte Rd SW
Concord, NC

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(704) 788-0535
701 Southhampton Dr.
Concord, NC

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Ross Roofing
(704) 305-1247
2202 Lane St
Kannapolis, NC

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H & S Roofing Company, Inc.
(704) 276-6432
506 West Summit Avenue
Charlotte, NC
Custom and standard gutters and downspouts; leaf-proof gutter covers and screens; gutter and roof cleaning; residential replacement and new installation of: 3-tab and architectural style shingles, slate, tile, metal, cedar, and flat roof; roof leak repairs; emergency leak repairs and tarping; skylight and sun tunnel installation and repairs; custom made chimney caps/spark arresters; chimney crown sealing; soffit vents; power fans; ridge vent installation; fascia and plywood damage repairs; drip
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Homeowner Approved, Better Business Bureau Accredited Business; National Association of the Remodeling Industry; Charlotte Chamber of Commerce; American Subcontractors Association; Carolinas Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors Association.

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(704) 262-1452
4970 Stough Rd #110
Concord, NC
General Contractor, Roof Repair, Kitchen Remodeling, Remodeling, Roofing Contractor
Sun - Thu : 8am - 5pm

davila roofing
(704) 425-3384
206 parkwood dr
concord, NC
All American Roofing, Inc.
(704) 455-7663
5555 Harrisburg Industrial Park Drive
Charlotte, NC
Tucker Roofing
(704) 933-5829
4075 Mullis Rd
Kannapolis, NC

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Leaky Roofs Questions and Answers

Flat Garage roof recommendations?

I'm tired of my leaky garage roof. It's a plain ol' tar paper flat roof. Previous owner patched quite a bit and so did I. It still leaks. Should I put another layer of paper and tar on it? Should I run the seams perpendicular to the existing ones? (from front to back). Should I tear off down to the decking and start fresh with new paper and tar? If so, should I go side to side or front to back? Is there a different product that I should try? I'm sure that the huge pine tree towering over the garage doesn't help. Can you?

Your garage roof is flat?? In the case of a flat roof.. the direction of the seems shouldn't matter, except to overlap away from the prevailing wind.

If you really want to eliminate the hassle, build a peak on it.. even a 4/12 pitch would enough to solve your problem..

I hate flat roofs.. you will need yearly maintenance on them...


Leaky roof

I have a leak in the center of the north side of my roof. I have been in the attic crawl space and pin pointed the leak but, I can not find any marks, holes or cracks and the nail heads are covered w/ tar... How can I seal this area? Will I need to seal the whole roof?

How does the roof look from the outside. What may well be happening is water is running down the roof under the shingles until it gets under the roofing paper and then finding a way in. Is there a chimney or other flashed opening above the leak? Are the shingles damaged around or above the leak? Do you have a ridge vent that may be letting the water in.

If overall the shape of your shingles is good, then you should be looking for a leak such as I have asked about above. Flashing will be easy to seal or replace. Even a damaged shingle can be replaced.

Roof problem

I have water leaking from gutters. Had a roofer look at it and he said the roof flashing that is on there doesn't come out fa...

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