Sundance Roofing is your roof repair expert
We can repair your residential or commercial building as well as your industrial facility while providing a guarantee for our workmanship and manufacturer’s products. Whether you need a minor repair or a major one, you will be impressed with our quality customer service, our skilled Repair Technicians, and our quality workmanship.
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Many times the leaks are occurring on the parapet wall stucco and not on the roof, that is why you need a specialist like Sundance Roofing to track the leaks and fix the problems.
The absolute worst thing you can do if you think you have a leak in your roof is to ignore it. If you suspect that your roof has a leak, it is really important to have it looked at by an experienced roofing contractor as quickly as possible to prevent the leak from getting worse. Doing so will prevent serious water damage and more costly repairs – both inside and outside your home. If roof leaks are not repaired they may result in rotting of roof decking, sheet rock damage, and mold. If this happens, everything will need to be replaced, resulting in a much more costly repair.
Our roof tune-up includes an inspection of your roofing material, workmanship, pipes and penetrations rooftop equipment, and all metal flashings, all of which may affect the life of your roof.
The build-up of debris on your roof can accelerate the deterioration of your roof. Leaves, droppings, dirt, ponding water, or backed up gutters and scuppers all contribute to the weakening and breakdown of your roof surface. It is a fact that keeping your roof clear of debris will not only extend the life of your roof, but assure that your manufacturer’s warranty will remain valid.
Don’t wait until it’s too late! Sundance Roofing recommends an annual tune-up, which consists of a thorough evaluation and roof cleaning at a flat rate.
Sundance Roofing offers a free roof inspection, evaluation, and estimate regarding wind damage re-roofing, and insurance claims.
The main cause of wind damage is a result of the partial vacuum created by wind blowing over the edge of the roof. Nature tries to neutralize the low-pressure area by bringing in air from a higher pressure area, usually from inside the building. This air pushes up on the bottom side of the roof assembly and, over time, loosens fasteners and breaks the adhesion making the roof susceptible to damage from the next moderate or strong wind. To counteract the effects of wind-uplift forces, the roofing and insulation should be adequately fastened to the roof deck, and a securely-fastened perimeter detail should be provided.
Roofing materials subjected to high winds and flying debris can experience damage. Most roofs are not designed to withstand strong winds of hurricane or tornado intensity. Sometimes roofing systems can be damaged by moderate winds of 50 to 75 miles per hour.