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Roofers Victoria TX

Roof leaking repairs can’t be ignored. Weathering, wind damage and improper roof design may cause problems that need to be fixed right away. Here you will learn what to do about leaking roofs, as well as get access to the experienced roofing contractors in Victoria, TX listed below that can take care of any problems including emergency roof repairs.

Texas Roofing Solutions
(682) 422-7638
1206 West Euless blvd
Euless, TX
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Hours
Monday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Services
Insurance Approved, Residential Roofing, Roofing

Pitts Roofing Co Inc
(682) 990-3934
3917 Broadway Ave
Fort Worth, TX
Hours
Monday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Friday 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Services
Commercial/Flat Roofing, Insulation, Insurance Approved, Residential Roofing, Roofing, Roofing Repair

Campos Roofing
(713) 680-3530
919 Judiway
Houston, TX

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Tci Roofing
(956) 584-2189
508 N. Cage Blvd.
Pharr, TX

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Pardo'S Roofing & Framing
(214) 650-1244
4829 Colesmanor St #7104
Dallas, TX

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Roofity
(469) 557-1686
500 Grapevine Hwy
Hurst, TX
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Hours
Monday 24 Hours
Tuesday 24 Hours
Wednesday 24 Hours
Thursday 24 Hours
Friday 24 Hours
Saturday 24 Hours
Sunday 24 Hours
Services
Commercial/Flat Roofing, Gutters & Downspouts, Insurance Approved, Residential Roofing, Roofing, Shingle Repair

Town And Country Roofing, Inc.
(972) 377-8188
9404 Crossvine Ln.
Frisco, TX

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Phase One Roofing, Inc
(832) 585-9314
22306 Acorn Valley Dr.
Spring, TX

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Sutton Construction
(682) 558-3865
2302 Vineyard
Arlington, TX
Services
Closets & Garage Organizers, Tiling, Demolition, Handyman, Decks & Porches, Concrete Foundations, Bathroom remodeling, Multiple Room Renovation, Roofing, Doors, Additions, Cabinets, Framing, Carpenters
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Residential, Commercial, Emergency Services
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Years in Business : 10 Years
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General Liability Insurance : Yes
License # : No License Provided

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APC All-Phase Construction
(281) 216-6547
1926 Fredonia Dr
Houston, TX
Services
Doors, Powerwashing, Water Supply & Wells, Patios, Walks, Stone Walls, Countertops, Barns Sheds & Outbuildings, Multiple Room Renovation, Drywall and Plaster, Disaster Restoration, Home Builders, Air Conditioning & Cooling, Land Clearing / Bldg Site Prep, Water Heaters & Tanks, Flooring, Decks & Porches, Disability Alterations, Wallpaper & Wallcoverings, Windows, Waterproofing, Electrical, Cabinets, Skylights, Fencing, Sunrooms, Ducts & Vents, Painting, Central Heating System, Garage & Carpor…
Service Types
Residential, Commercial, Emergency Services
Company Information
Hours : 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM M,T,W,T,F,S,S
Years in Business : 22 Years
Languages Spoken : English
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License # : TX-r4587utv890
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Accepts Credit Cards

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QUESTION: During a recent trip to my attic, I found evidence that I have a leak in my roof. Can I fix a leaking asphalt roof myself?

ANSWER:With a little time and patience, most roof leaks can be tracked down and patched. The first step is assessing the entire roof before you begin patching. A roof truly in need of re-shingling will thwart most attempts at patch jobs. Typically, asphalt roof shingles at the end of their lives will curl up and/or bubble. Also, the granules on a defunct shingle's surface will be nearly gone, and pieces of shingle or entire shingles will be missing. In a case like that, it's best to re-shingle the entire roof. However, if your roof shingles are in decent shape, remember that roof leaks don't always end in the attic at the spot where they begin on the exterior roof's surface. Sometimes a leak begins 10 or 12 feet from where it ends.

Still, the most notorious locations for roof leaks are around a chimney, in dormer and gable valleys, and in corners where a sloping roof abuts a vertical wall. At the chimney, leaks often originate where the sheets of lead flashing that come out of the chimney meet the roof. These sheets fold down the side of the chimney and are woven under the nearby shingles. In between the individual layers of lead flashing, water often penetrates and works its way under the roof material.

The best solution here is pumping plastic roof cement (a tar-like substance) in between the layers of flashing. Plastic roof cement can be purchased in tubes sized for an ordinary caulking gun, which is the most convenient tool for applying the goop without a lot of mess. In roof valleys, the search for a leak source and the proper fix is a bit trickier. Most valley leaks don't show up until the roof carries a snow load or debris in the valley stacks up deep enough to hold water.

If the leak appears when these conditions are in place, then it's time to tear up at least one set of valley shingles and see what's underneath. At the very least, there should be extra layers of roofing felt under the valley shingles. Better yet, metal flashing or bituminous roofing underlayment should be under the shingles. But most often, there's no extra waterproofing in the valley, and that's why you have the leak in the first place. When replacing small areas of asphalt shingles, try to work during warm (70° F or so) and overcast days. This makes removing the bad shingles easier and results in less damage to the good shingles nearby. Gently roll back the good shingles and remove both the underlying nails and bad shingles as you go, working from the top of the valley down. Remove shingles at least three feet away from the valley. Before installing new shingles, be sure you have proper flashing or the bituminous ice and water shield firmly in the valley.

This same approach is used when leaks are located near the point at which a vertical wall meets a sloping roof. The only difference is some wall siding must be removed to install new flashing or a water shield both on the roof surface and at least 18 inches up the abutting wall.

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