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Some Common Roofing Problems: Do You Notice Them?

May 6, 2019

 

No matter what the quality of your roof is, years of constant exposure to the environment will eventually take their toll on them. Missing shingles, water stains and fluctuations in indoor temperature are all common signs pointing to roofing problems. It’s vital to watch out for these red flags and act before the problem becomes worse. Read on to spot some common issues you might be dealing with right now.

 

Water Spots in Your Interior

Roof leaks are tricky as most homeowners don’t realize their roof is leaking until they notice evident damage in their home. At this point, usually the leak has reached an advanced stage. Very often, the source of a leak is in an entirely different part of your home from where you notice water damage further complicating the problem. Water usually passes along your roof panels before dripping onto your insulation. It leaves telltale water spots on your ceiling. Although water spots in your interior don’t always imply you have a roof leak, it’s smart to plan a professional inspection to ensure.

 

Too much Granules in Your Downspout

If your roof is newly installed, granules in the gutters are not a cause for concern. They’re just loose granules that fell off during installation. But if your roofing system is old and shedding granules, this could be a sign that your shingles are deteriorating. Granules shield your shingles from the sun’s harmful UV rays, so if they are starting to fall off, your shingles can become brittle and eventually crack. Also, take note of your gutters. If they have been inefficient lately, there might be granules and other debris blocking the flow of water. Turn to a professional for roofing inspection.

 

Missing Shingles

How do you notice missing shingles? Dark, patchy areas on your roof are indicators that some of your shingles are missing. It can be caused by small animals running up and down your roof or a broken sealant strip. Shingles usually come with sealant on their underside that holds them in place. Once they become old and weak, the sealant stops working and your shingles can come loose.

 

If you observe any of these problems, call a roofing contractor as soon as possible to ensure continuous protection of your house.

 

 

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