Bishop Hills, Texas Shingle Roof Repair

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The Cook Roofing Company Difference:

  • Free Roof Estimate
  • Lifetime Workmanship Warranty
  • Fast Response Time
  • We Work with All Insurance Companies
  • Certified & Insured
  • 5-Star Google Rating

Learn About Our Shingle Roof Repair Services!

Here at Cook Roofing Company, we aim to ensure that all of our valued customers receive the highest quality support and treatment. Whether your property has been damaged by a storm, or it's just something that's been needing attention, and you are in need of Shingle Roof Repair, don't put it off - call 806-424-4541 now! We can be reached at any time of the day or night, 24/7.

We do a lot more than just roofing, so while our crews can handle Shingle Roof Repair, they are proven professionals when it comes to many other aspects of construction and repairs on your commercial or residential property in Bishop Hills, Texas, 79124. They'll make sure the work is done right, so that your property looks great and is secure and dry once again. Call today at 806-424-4541 to experience the Cook Roofing Company difference!

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About our Shingle Roof Repair services

Are you curious if your traditional shingle roof can be repaired? You are probably in search of a roof repair company, or even wondering if the repairs are something you can do yourself.

Common Causes of Shingle Roof Leaks

The most common calls we get regarding roof repairs are for leaky roofs. In Texas, high winds, storms, and hail damage are typically the culprit. Often it is just a loose ridge cap, or some bent flashings, which can be easily fixed with some new shingles and caulking. Not repairing a leaky roof right away, however, can be detrimental to your home. Further damage to already compromised areas can cause more leaking, and eventually water damage to your home. Removal of mold, wood rot, and mildew growth will cost even more in repairs and can affect the health of your family as well.

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Can I Repair a Shingle Roof on my Own?

So, what's the problem? The problem is that you might not be able to tell if your roof needs repair or if it just needs a little TLC. And, even worse, you don't know how long that crack has been there for and whether or not it's already caused damage. Chances are it's better to look for a professional who can inspect your entire roof and find out why there's a leak, then call us at Cook Roofing Company. We've been doing this for years and we'll give you an honest assessment of what needs to be done right away and what can wait until next year. You don't want to have problems with your home that could have been easily prevented by calling someone who knows their stuff! We can help! Give us a call at 806-424-4541, and we'll come out and inspect your home for any signs of trouble. You won't have to worry about spending money on repairs until you're sure they're needed because our inspections are always free!

Missing Shingles and Wind Damage

A few missing shingles may not be too difficult to repair, but the more shingles that are missing, the more complicated it gets. For a newer roof, particularly one under about ten years old, it might be possible to order shingles and make the repair yourself. All of the damaged shingles, and likely most of the ones around them, will have to be removed and replaced. Everything then must be properly sealed back up. The best thing you can do if you do have missing shingles and wind damage is to let the specialists at Cook Roofing Company come take a look. We give accurate and fair estimates and can work with your insurance company. Call us at 806-424-4541, and we will be happy to help.

Shingle Roof Repair Examples

Here are some examples of things that look like a simple repair, but aren't.

Is Your Roof Hail Damaged?

Are your gutters clogging? Do you have dents on your downspouts? Is your deck and siding looking worse for wear? You might have hail damage to your roof. Hail damage is a number one cause for leaking and damaged roofs. We are extensively trained to spot hail damage and we can fill out a storm report for your area. This will aid you in backing up your insurance claim. We can also draw up an estimate to submit to your insurance carrier. There have been so many hail storms in Bishop Hills, TX, you could have hail damage and not even know it. Let Cook Roofing Company take a look for you, give you a free estimate and if you end up filing an insurance claim we can help finance your deductible.

How Much Does Shingle Roof Repair Cost?

It really depends on what the damage causing the leak is. If storm damage caused the leak, (providing your insurance covers storm damage) then the most you should be liable for out of pocket is your deductible. We do offer deductible financing (we'd love to waive your deductible, but that would be illegal. Beware of any roofing company who offers this, because it's insurance fraud). A free roof inspection would be the first step in determining cost of the repairs. There's no obligation. Minor repairs may be even less than your deductible and there'd be no need to file a claim, while hidden damage can be very expensive. If you leave a leak neglected though, you can wind up with extensive hidden damage that isn't covered by insurance because you waited too long. It's better to find out the extent of the problem, stop it, and see if insurance will cover it, than just ignore it or procrastinate. Go ahead, call us or contact us with the form.

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Must I Get more Than One Roof Estimate?

No, not technically. Insurance companies usually only suggest doing this so that way they can get your roof replaced for as cheap as they can. Cook Roofing Company could provide you with an accurate estimate, and a new roof for a fair price that is backed by our Lifetime Workmanship Warranty- which is rarely available through other roofers in {iss_city_name]. We will price match any other contractors offer, so long as it allows for all of the materials required for the job to be done right. Other roofers might try to skim a little off the top, or cheat you by saying you don’t need new flashing, or new drip edges, Cook Roofing Company doesn’t cut corners though. We do the work you and your insurance paid us for and we get it done the right way so you can have peace of mind where your roof is concerned. If you want upgrades such as premium shingles, high craftsman windows, or a metal roof it might not be covered by your insurance claim though. We are not the cheapest in town, but we are the fairest, with the craftsmanship to get your roof repaired or replaced, while backed by the industries best warranty. so what are you waiting for? Give us a call at 806-424-4541 and we'll be happy to help.

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FAQ

What should I do if a few shingles blew off of my roof?
If you see that your roof is missing a few shingles (possibly to a severe storm or simple high winds), you don't have to worry too much; you can just replace the shingles that are missing or a series of shingles. The small downside of this is that the new shingle will stand out compared to the other, probably worn-out, shingles on your roof.
When should the shingles on my roof be replaced?
You should consider replacing your roof or checking it for damages if you haven't for a few decades. To be more specific, you should inspect your roof for possible damage after a certain amount of years, depending on what type of shingle roof you have. For composition shingles, 12-20 years, wood shingles, 20-25 years, and asphalt shingles, 15-30 years. To be sure that you need a repair or replacement of your roof, make sure to look for some of the tell-tell signs of damage, including signs of water damage, cracked or damaged shingles, sagging, etc.
Can you replace only a few shingles?
If the damage to the shingles is not severe, then yes. If it's a substantial leak in your roof, the flashing on your roof under the damaged shingles may also be damaged, and tearing up a few shingles to replace the broken ones may cause more damage to the flashing (which would just prolong the underlying problem). On the other hand, if the damage to the shingle is nothing to sneeze at (such as a tiny crack), you may not even have to replace the shingles; you could just apply a sealant to seal the crack.

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