If you’ve owned your own home for a while, you probably know the basics of what you need to do to care for your roof year in and year out. But with work, family life, and all the other home maintenance required, you may not have the time you need to give the roof all the care you’d like.
Even if you would never personally choose to install a skylight, you can end up inheriting one or more of them when you purchase a home with skylights already in the roof. While these features certainly provide natural lighting, they can cause roof problems as well.
Your brand-new roof has a leak. What should you do if your latest investment doesn’t keep the elements out? Take a look at the steps you can take if your new roof doesn’t work as it should.
You’ve probably heard that for a roof replacement job, you need to choose an experienced and licensed contractor so that you end up with the best roofing job possible. After all, an expert is the best defense your roof has against flaws in weatherproofing. But if you’re just having your roof maintained or checked for leaks, do you need the same level of expertise?