Roof Leak

A roof leak can be of huge concern to homeowners. The key in handling leaks and roof repairs is to catch them early rather than wait until they can cause more damage. Our roofing company is well versed in repairing leaky roofs and identifying where the leaks are coming from. When you call us, one of our trained crew members can come out to your home and explain to you the issues that we find with your roof and how we will solve them.

Roof Leak Ann ArborWe can fix your roof leak
and any other roofing concern now
Please call us today for a free estimate at 866-788-8418

Our roofing company has been in this business for years and we have the knowledge to handle a roof leak and other roofing needs, including replacement:

There are many types of roofing concerns:

  1. Valley leaks
  2. Shingle damage
  3. Leaks around flashings
  4. Non roof leaks

Valley leaks – Most roofs have intersecting sections that can be a focal point of a roof leak. If you have a shingle roof, shingles need to be trimmed and cut to certain specifications at the point where two parts of a roof meet. Sometimes if this is not done correctly, water can pool near the seams and cause issues, including water leakage into the home. Our crew members know how to handle this and we are more than happy to service these types of issues.

Shingle damage – Shingle damage is the usually the main source of roof leaks. Most roof shingles are made of a composite type of asphalt with granules over the surface of each shingle. Over time these granules can be weathered by heavy rains, standing water, winds, hail and snow. When that happens, the integrity of the shingles is in question and can put the roof at risk. If this happens, please call us – as we are extremely well versed on how to handle shingle damage and repairs.

Leaking RoofFlashing leaks – Flashings are pieces of metal (or other material) that are placed where your roof meets a vertical surface such as a chimney. These flashings are used to prevent leaks by diverting water from the space created by the intersection of the two surfaces. Many times the flashing can be dislodged or damaged by harsh weather conditions and this can cause water to seep into places unseen. Call us now to identify and fix flashing issues.

Leaks that are not in the roof – Sometimes you can have a leak in the ceiling that is not coming from a roof issue. Attics can be a source of water stains on your ceiling. That’s because attics get very hot and moisture will condense in certain areas causing standing water. Often, air handlers are installed in the attic, and if your pan overflows or you have other A/C problems, this can also mimic a leak coming from your roof. We can identify what the source of the water is.

For quick and easy repair of your roof leak
Call us today for a free quote at 866-788-8418

We can repair any Roof Leak in Ann Arbor, Battle Creek, Lansing, Grass Lake, Jackson, Detroit, Kalamazoo, Brooklyn, Chelsea, MI and the surrounding communities.

  • Stephanie C.

    "I am so pleased with the beautiful roof. Not only are the colors perfect, but the roof gives the house a great overall appearance. The way that Vern presented the complete information about the job was professional and impressive. Everything was completed in a timely and proper manner, from the presentation to the application of the shingles, to the clean up. I would highly recommend CS Roofing to everyone! "

  • Jan G.

    "Crew was not only hard working and efficient, but cheerful and responsive to questions and comments. Materials and workmanship were excellent; clean up was amazingly thorough. All items and conditions of the agreement were met, down to the last detail and final inspection. Overall, we are more than satisfied with a great “new look” and excellent value."

  • Larry & Doni W.

    "The work performed on my house was excellent. The worker’s were courteous, helpful and well mannered. The salesman was very professional and helpful. I would recommend CS Roofing to anyone in need of this service. Clean up and foreman was great!"

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