Total Roof Repair • Restoration • Renovation • Maintenance
A key reason for using Go Roof Tune Up™ as your roofing contractor is that we provide highly experienced inspectors able to see more than just the most evident problems. They can also identify the subtle issues, and the potential problem spots on your roof that are usually undetected by most home owners or even other, less experienced inspectors.
Vents and utility jacks stub through the roof and must be properly weatherproofed. Prolonged exposure dries out the mastic, and eventually allows seepage of rain water into the house. Annual inspection is important on all stubouts on the roof.
Chimneys are fundamentally huge openings in the roof that need to be correctly installed or else they'll let rain, insects, and even small animals into your home. Your Go Roof Tune Up rep will inspect all around the chimney to ensure it's sound.
A skylight is yet another opening in the roof that needs yearly inspections to be sure that minute fissures aren't allowing seepage of rainwater onto your ceiling and walls. Small holes are hard to located and seal.
When your roof ridge vent sags or gets plugged with debris, your home doesn't breathe right. Moisture build-up can produce undesired fungal issues that can effect both structure and occupants.
Go Roof Tune Up™ works only with screened professional tradesmen, who have years of experience and have mastered their roofing skills.
Tree branches touching a roof will scratch and gouge roofing materials when the branches are blown by the wind. Falling branches from overhanging trees can damage, or even puncture, shingles and other roofing materials. Leaves on a roof system's surface retain moisture and cause rot, and leaves in the gutters block drainage.
When shingles are old and worn out, they curl, split and lose their waterproofing effectiveness. Weakened shingles easily are blown off, torn or lifted by wind gusts. The end result is structural rot and interior damage. A deteriorated roof system only gets worse with each day, and should therefore be repaired as soon as possible.