Almost all homeowners will experience a roof leak at some point. Roof leaks may go unnoticed for long periods of time. It often takes ceiling stains or damaged drywall before you realize there's a problem. In the mean time, the leak will cause massive water damage to your house, without your knowledge. To repair your roof, our specialist will need to conduct a roof leak detection process. This is easier when your roofing rafters are exposed. Finding the source of the roof leak is more complicated than finding the damage as the spot where the water stains are located is often a distance away from the actual roof damage that allows the water to seep in.
Our team of roofers at Bone Dry Roofing have the needed experience to inspect your roof and accurately identify where the cause of your roof leak is originating and provide you with a plan to repair your roof. While many other repair contractors just treat the symptoms - we eliminate the leak at the source to completely stop the damage.
If you suspect that there is a leak in your roof, call us today at 1-844-385-8388 or click below to get professional repair services. We offer free estimates in Dayton, Cincinnati, Hamilton and throughout the surrounding areas.
This resident of Goshen called Bone Dry Roofing with an issue with a leaky valley on their roof. After a detailed examination and diagnosis, our repairman removed the shingles and old metal valley, replacing it with new metal, ice and water shield and new shingles. Safe and sound once more!
The homeowner called for our inspector to give them an estimate. The flashing around this chimney had begun to leak. Our repairman removed the old flashing, installed ice and water shield and new flashing. No more leak.
The flashing around this chimney was old and causing a leak. To prevent further damage, we went out and removed the old leaky flashing, installed ice and water shield, and then new flashing and new shingles. The leak is gone and the homeowner doesn't have to worry.
We repaired the step flashing on this home. Improper flashing leaves the roof exposed to potential water intrusion and damages, so keeping even minor things like flashing up to par will help keep your roof safe and functioning for as long as possible.
This homeowner had an issue with their roof leaking. We sent out a professionally trained inspector to give a detailed estimate. Our repairman removed the old box vents and decked over them to stop the leaks. He then installed ridge vents for the roofing ventilation. The home is still properly ventilated but is now leak free.
The old flashing around the chimney on this roof was leaking. Our repairman went out and removed the shingles surrounding the area and old flashing. He installed new flashing and new shingles. Do you have leaking around your chimney? Call today for your free estimate!
Our specialist went out to inspect the roof for a leak. He noticed that the wood was soft around the eaves and the shingles in this area were allowing water to penetrate through them. Our repairman removed all of the shingles along the eaves, replaced the rotten decking, installed ice and water shield, and new shingles.
The flashing around this chimney was damaged allowing water to enter the home by running down the brick. Our repairman removed the old flashing and replaced it with new flashing. Now the chimney and roof have extra protection against leaks.
The flashing around this chimney was old and allowing water to penetrate into the home. This was causing damage to this homeowners ceiling. Our repairman removed the old chimney flashing and installed new chimney flashing. Now this area is nice and dry!
The apron flashing under the siding was causing a leak. Leaking flashing is common after aging, bad installation, or storm damage. The leaks will cause storm damage to the wooden structure of the home if it isn't repaired quickly. After finishing an inspection and estimate, our repairman replaced the flashing to stop the leak.
The pipe boot on this roof was leaking, to the homeowner contacted Bone Dry Roofing for an inspection and repair estimate. Our repairman removed the old leaky pipe boot and installed ice and water shield, new pipe boot and new shingles.
This homeowner noticed a stain on the ceiling in the bathroom around the vent. It was time to call out a roofing company to take a look at the issue. Our specialist went out and inspected the roof and noted that the pipe boot flashing needed to be replaced. Our repairman came out and installed new flashing around the pipe boot. Now this homeowner's leak is fixed!
The flashing around this chimney was allowing water to penetrate into the home. Our repairman removed the old flashing and replaced it with new flashing.
A raccoon chewed some of the shingles on this home. If left alone, the critter would have eventually made its way into the house! The damaged shingles and exposed decking could also cause wood rot and water damage. We came out and gave a full inspection and estimate to the homeowner. Our experienced repairman removed the damaged shingles and replaced them with new materials to protect the home from whatever the outdoors has to offer.
This homeowner discovered a few damaged shingles on their roof. They called Bone Dry Roofing for an inspection and expert estimate. The Professional team of installers came out to do the repairs. Now the home owner doesn't have to worry about future wood rot or water leaks.
When you have cathedral or vaulted ceilings, locating the source of a leak is hidden is challenging because the area is hidden. Behind your walls and ceiling water may travel several feet from where it entered before it settles and causes visible damage. The drywall or panels on your ceiling, can help water travel even further. Small roof leaks may remain undetected except during prolonged or heavy rainfall, but that doesn't mean there isn't damage being done. Moisture trapped in and around the roof assembly can ruin insulation and allow the growth of mold and wood-rotting fungus.
When you are suffering from long-term roof leaks, you will see discoloration on your ceiling. Depending on the angle of your ceiling, water can pool and soak the drywall. If you have noticed this happening, puncture the saturated area with a pencil and allow the water to drain into a large bucket until professional repairs can be done. If the water is allowed to settle and build up, the ceiling may collapse and cause more damage to your home. Sometimes a leak cannot be found with an external roof inspection. When this is the case, a section of drywall will need to be removed to determine the location of the leak. Once we locate the leak, our technicians will measure from reference points, such as a chimney and the ridge, so they can find the leak location on the roof.
Damaged Decking. Leaks from faulty shingles will rot your decking and spread into the house.
Given time, even the highest quality roof will experience trouble. When you start to experience roofing damage we can replace shingles and repair a leaky roof caused by wind damage, hail damage, or the usual wear and tear. We are experienced in using a variety of roofing materials to ensure you get the correct service for your home.
Repairing a leak may be as simple as patching damaged flashing, or as intensive as replacing a large area of roofing after the wind tore off shingles. The roof repair experts at Bone Dry Roofing can handle any type of roof repair, including replacing your fractured and rotted rafters or your rotted decking. We take care to match existing shingle color and texture as closely as possible.
Give us a call at 1-844-385-8388 for a free estimate for roof leak repair, roof replacement, or any other our other roofing services. We are your local roofing experts in Dayton, Cincinnati, Hamilton, Fairfield, Loveland, West Chester, Middletown, Mason, Miamisburg, Ft Mitchell and the nearby areas.
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