Need a New Roof?

DO YOU NEED A NEW ROOF?

Maybe you just need a touch-up or a few small repairs. Nobody wants to replace a roof if they don’t really need to. Well, you can relax, knowing that Byers is not out to sell everyone a new roof. Our entire company is built on a relationship of trust and satisfaction. You can count on us to assess your roof’s current condition and provide honest feedback. If your roof will last another five or ten years, we will be thrilled to tell you about it!

Things to watch out for.

Most of the time, when we think about problems with roofs we think of leaks. But aging roofs and poorly ventilated attics can cause other problems you might not think about. Here are a few things to keep an eye out for. And if you have any questions about your roof or attic, we’ve got answers. Just give us a call at 800-473-7663.

  • Missing, cracked, or curled shingles

    Decay

    Possible cause: Shingles have reached the end of their useful life.

  • Dark, “dirty-looking” areas on your roof

    Granular Loss

    Possible cause: Loss of granules due to age of shingles.

  • Stains on ceilings and walls, or mold and mildew

    Stains on ceilings and walls, or mold and mildew

    Possible causes: Inadequate or faulty shingle underlayment allowing leakage or inadequate ventilation.

  • Dry-rotted overhangs, and/or siding

    Stains

    Possible cause: Improper starter shingles or clogged gutters.

  • Leaks in attic after ice build-up

    Icy Leakage

    Possible cause: Inadequate shingle underlayment allows water from ice dams to leak into attic.

  • Leaks in the attic after wind-driven rain

    Wet Leakage

    Possible cause: Leaky or inadequate shingle underlayment or deteriorated flashing.

  • Blistering and/or peeling paint

    Blistering and peeling paint

    Possible cause: Excessive temperature or high humidity due to poor attic ventilation.

  • High energy bills

    High Energy Bills

    Possible cause: Insufficient attic ventilation causes heating/cooling system to run excessively.