Dallas Residents experience every type of weather as the climate in Texas is subtropical with hot summers and varying temperatures. We also can face excessive heat, storms, hails, heavy rains, and even tornadoes. All these conditions can have a significant effect on your property - the roof of your home will suffer the most. That is why it is recommended to always inspect your roof on your own after every storm and get inspections handled by a certified contractor at least twice a year to see if there is any damage. But how long every type of repairs can take? Here's an overview of the most common types of roofing repairs that include the duration of the process.
ARR Contractors will gladly provide you with any services for roof repair near me Dallas TX. Those include shingles replacement, gutter replacement, chimney reflashing, and leakage repairs. As soon as you see damage contact us at (972) 266-6677 to identify and fix the problem immediately, so it won’t cause excessive damages. Our team of experienced professionals will offer you the best quality at the most reasonable price. After the inspection of your home, we'll create a plan for the work needed.
Replacement of Damaged or Missing Shingles.
After a heavy storm, you might notice some missing or damaged shingles. Rather than replace the entire roof, a contractor might suggest replacing only the missing parts. This quick process might take an hour or two. If a whole section of the roof is missing, a roofer might need half a day. If the roof is missing about ⅓ of the shingles, it might be more cost-effective to replace the entire roof.
An experienced roofer can usually replace a bad stretch of gutter or downspout in less than one hour. To replace gutters on an entire home, an experienced team of 2-3 roofers can be able to do it within a day.
Reflashing a Chimney.
Flashing replacement is a time-consuming task. This process can include the removal of the shingles around the chimney and the chimney siding and might take up to the whole day.
Finding and Repairing a Leak.
The hardest part is to find the leakage (roof leaks). The contractor will need to trace from where water is entering your home. An experienced contractor can spend a day to find it — and 20 minutes to fix it. The search is the longest part.