Your roof serves as the first line of defense against the elements. Our roofers in Fort Myers can help keep the Florida afternoon showers from penetrating any of the weaknesses you may have in your roofing system. We pride ourselves in our ability to install quality roofing systems proven to stand up against the Florida climate year after year. When unfortunate damage does occur, we’re here to help fix the problem in a timely and affordable manner.
One of the toughest problems a homeowner may have with a leaking roof is locating the problem area. When a drip or stain in the ceiling is spotted, many homeowners are inclined to believe that the leak has originated directly above that point. Unfortunately, a leak can travel. It can travel down a rafter or can even result from the accumulation of condensation. In some cases, homeowners falsely diagnose AC leaks and plumping problems as roof leaks.
From the smallest to the largest of roof leaks, we recommend you contact a professional. Our Naples roofers are available and provide free estimates to help solve leak issues.
Identifying the source of a roof leak can be tricky. No one knows better than Crown technicians that leaks in a roofing system can be cause by a variety of problems. Once you get yourself up to speed and can identify common causes of leaks, you can better determine the source of the problem. In any case, we recommend you contact our reliable and professional staff at Crown to help.
You can typically spot a leak in your roof through the attic. In this area, leaks will usually appear as dark stains located on your insulation or wood or the plywood board found under the shingle, metal or tile roof system. Once this stain is located, you may want to investigate further. Water leaks can sometimes travel along the top or underside of the roofing membrane before it physically penetrates the sheathing. Even then, water must seep in through a penetration before it enters your home.
Common Causes of Roof Leaks:
• Failing Penetrations (Vents)
• Punctures Caused By Nails Or Screws Backing Out
• Cracked Flashing
• Damaged Shingles
• Clogged Gutters (Causing A Damming Condition)
• Roof Debris
• Storm Damage
• Improperly Sealed/Installed Valleys
As many of our Florida residents know, June marks the first full month of South Florida’s annual rainy season. According to the South Florida Water Management District, our rainy season is comprised of five very wet months that accumulate close to 75 percent the region’s rainfall average over the entire year.
As we sit in Florida’s rainy season, it’s critical for you to ensure that your family and your home is protected. Call our roofers in Estero at (855) 685-3850 today for a free estimate. We can help to repair current roofing systems that may be failing or we can install new roofing systems to best help you and your family stay safe. There’s no job to small and no task too big. With offices in Fort Myers, Orlando, Sarasota and Miami, we’re here to help with all of your roofing needs.