Monday, February 19, 2007

There's a hole in my roof where the rain gets in




Anonymous Noreen Weigle said...

WHOA! That is a HUGE hole! In that first picture, it looks like the roof was already being fixed though, so I hope you’re alright now. Maybe you should switch your roofing material? Asphalt is the most affordable roofing, and all the more popular for that, but if you want longevity, you might want to consider slate shingles.

12:32 PM  
Blogger Joanne Barragan said...

Roof holes are a common problem, but yours is not a usual case! I once also had the same dilemma, so I know that it will cause you a big problem if left untreated. I tried to do the repair myself but to no avail; it kept getting worse by the minute I was fixing it. I had no other choice but to call for professional help. It fortunately proved to be the right choice because they were able to fix it faster than what I could’ve hoped to accomplish.
Joanne Barragan

8:56 PM  
Blogger Soo Eaton said...

Clearly, a hole in the roof invites disaster, such as drywall damage and animal infestation. Temporary fixes or patch jobs are not sufficient once the rain starts. It’s always best to call a professional to repair the hole in your roof. Or, perhaps, completely replace your roof, if there is an obvious need for it.

Soo Eaton

7:20 PM  

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