Residential Roofing2021-04-29T18:41:39-04:00



KayCo Roofing’s skills and experience means that we are adept at all phases of the residential roofing process. We have many years of experience and keep up-to-date with technical training, so we can deliver the best possible outcome for residential roofing throughout Northeast and Northcentral Florida.

Residential Roof Repair

In terms of residential roof repair, each separate property takes on several different challenges, and getting any issues or problems solved right away is of vital importance. What’s involved in denial or procrastination is a very steep and slippery slope of rationalization and the consequences are potentially and frequently quite damaging. If you have repeatedly thought about contract work, it may be time to do something about it.

It is easy to take a hard-working roof for granted. One that does its job is one that you don’t have to think about next to residential roof repair. But you want to keep the smooth functioning of your roofing system that way – a fully functioning, flowing structure that is absolutely weatherproofed. A breach in weatherproofing can come on with great subtlety, indicating a small problem. The problem here is that small problem, which may have existed for months, could have quietly been responsible for a heaping load of damage. Your roof is the first and primary defense against the elements, protecting you, your family and precious materials from rain, heat, cold, wind, hail and even lightening at times. Careful consideration of your roof’s condition often preempts thousands of dollars of damage.

Factors that lead to residential roof repair:

  • Hail damage: In many cases, folks may not even be sure that their home has endured hail. A good way to catch it is to check your gutter drains after a heavy thunderstorm. Hail is not exactly the same as an ice-cube in your freezer, but it is similar enough. Imagine one of those cubes screaming down from 20,000 feet high in the sky at 110 miles per hour, sometimes as large as a golf ball or larger. For the normally stout asphalt shingle, for example, this could make a significant dent in its structure and begin the erosion process on your roof, leading to residential roof repair.
  • Debris: This may be difficult to assess because, once again, we often take our roof for granted. Most residents simply do not see the condition of their roof very often – if ever. Particularly if your roof has overhanging trees, the debris can really pile up. This will quickly clog gutters, which invites a host of critters, such as mosquitoes, cockroaches and spiders. With enough leaves clogging drainage, this will backup rain flow on your roof, creating temporary pools that serve to penetrate materials, often getting to the plywood beneath. This is an unnecessary and easily avoidable scenario in residential roof repair if homeowners simply keep their gutters clean. (Also, overhanging tree limbs are like play-sets for squirrels, who gain easy access to your rooftop. They are known to dig into attics and create homes there, paving the way for moisture to penetrate your home.)
  • Age: Sometimes it is as simple as age. Certain materials degrade quicker than others, so after 10 to 15 years of the brutal sun, hurricane-force winds and torrential thunderstorms, an asphalt roof is probably ready for an upgrade. Now, some asphalt roofs endure for many, many years, but it is a great idea to have it looked at after a decade or so. The sooner you catch any problems involving your roof, the lower the cost your residential roof repair will be.


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