Shingle Roof Repair in Plains, Texas

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The Cook Roofing Company Difference:

  • Free Roof Estimate
  • Lifetime Workmanship Warranty
  • Fast Response Time
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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 Plains, Texas, 79355. 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 wondering if your shingle roof can be repaired? Maybe you're looking for someone who can do the repairs for you, or even if you can do the repairs yourself.

Common Causes of Shingle Roof Leaks

Most often, when we get a call for a roof repair it's for a leaking roof. It's usually just some bent flashing or a loose ridge cap, typically some caulk and a few new shingles will do the trick. Hail storms are usually the culprit in Texas for leaking roofs, high winds can tear off shingles and leave exposed nail holes. If you don’t catch the leak or damage soon enough, it can cause even further damage to your shingle roof, which could end up ruining your home, literally. Rot, mold, and mildew growth, which will spread throughout the house, ruining your belongings and the health of your family

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Should I Repair a Shingle Roof on my Own?

Most people are not experts in home inspection. You might be able to tell if your roof is leaking, but typically you won't know what's causing the leak or how to fix it. Also, roofing can be a dangerous job, and if you don't know what you're doing, then the results could be devastating. You should almost always hire professional roofers to do this work because it's not something that you want to take on yourself. The last thing that you want is for your home to get damaged simply because of a lack of experience or knowledge when it comes to roofing. Cook Roofing Company will come out and take care of your roof problems right away so that they won't get any worse than they already are. We'll make sure that everything looks nice again before we leave, so there's nothing left for you to worry about! Call us today at 806-424-4541!

Wind Damage and Missing Shingles

If you are missing shingles, it's a trickier repair. If your roof is fairly new, it may still be possible to lift the shingles above the damaged ones, remove those, replace them, and seal things back up. It's also possible to damage the 6-9 other shingles you'll have to disturb for each damaged shingle. Shingle tabs get torn by wind, which is usually insurance covered damage. The safest course is just to have us come out and look. We can tell you whether there's more extensive damage, and whether the roof is repairable. Sometimes the shingles are brittle and just tear or break when you try to lift them. We'll evaluate your roof and give you a free estimate, which you can give to your insurance company if needed. 806-424-4541

Shingle Roof Repair Examples

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

Hail Damage in Plains, Texas

If you have hail damage, especially if it's bad enough to cause leaks, you will need a new roof 99% of the time. Some hail hits are obvious, and others are tough to see even with years of experience. We are trained to spot hail damage, we can give you a storm report for your address to back it up, and an estimate to send to your insurance carrier. Plains, Texas, 79355 has been hit by hail many times in the past few years, so call Cook Roofing Company for a free roof evaluation and estimate. If it's an insurance claim, you'll only be out your deductible, and we can finance that.

How Much Does a New Roof Cost?

As the case is when shopping for any product, it depends on your needs. If the elements caused the leak, (providing your insurance covers storm damage) more than likely all you'll be responsible for is a deductible. We do offer financing (even though we'd love to waive your deductible, that would be illegal. Beware of any roofing company who offers this, because it's insurance fraud). A free roof inspection is the first step, and there's no obligation. Minor repairs may be even less than your deductible and there'd be no need to file a claim. If you leave a leak neglected however, 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 damage so we can stop it, and see if insurance will cover it, than just procrastinating. Please give us a call or contact us by email.

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How Many Roof Repair Estimates Should You Get?

Well, ask yourself why you need to get multiple estimates. Cook Roofing Company will provide you with a thorough estimate and back our work with a Lifetime Workmanship Warranty - something practically unheard of in other roofing contractors in Plains. We match a competitor's estimate, providing it includes everything that needs to be done to guarantee the work. Be warned, though, that other roofers often cut corners and may tell you things like new flashing or drip edge aren't necessary. If the work is an insurance job, we generally do the work for what the insurance company pays, plus the deductible, which we can finance. The exceptions to this would be for upgrades you want (like premium shingles, metal roof, high end craftsman windows, etc), or for things that weren't covered (such as a shed roof that wasn't included on your policy). So if all those things are equal, it comes down to who you trust to do the job, who will be around if there are issues, and who backs their work with a warranty. If your goal is get the cheapest roof job you can find, we're the wrong company. But if you want a roof that looks amazing, is installed right, will last, and is backed by the industry's best warranty, our number is 806-424-4541.

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FAQ

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.
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 a shingle roof be repaired?
If the damage is minimal, then yes, a shingle roof can be repaired without too much trouble. A properly installed asphalt shingle roof will require very little maintenance. Asphalt shingles can be easy to remove and replace. Because of their low price, and low maintenance, asphalt shingle roofs are the most common type of roof in the US.

It's Storm Season Again...

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