Table of Contents
- Bloomingdale Roofing
- New Roof on Your Commercial Property or Industrial Building in Bloomingdale
- Re-Roofing or Tear Off Roofing Services for Your Home in Bloomingdale
- Roof Repairs on Your Home in Bloomingdale
- Roof Repairs on Your Commercial Property or Industrial Construction
- Tips of Finding and Repairing a Leaking Roof
- Resources and References:
FTC Oury Group is Bloomingdale’s leading roofing contractor for high-performance roofing systems for residential, commercial, and industrial properties. We provide the industry’s most comprehensive customer support, installation, and repair services.
New Roof on Your Commercial Property or Industrial Building in Bloomingdale
FTC Oury Group works with management companies, industrial organizations, and commercial buildings where we can completely tear off your existing roof system or re-roof over the existing roof … only if conditions permit. We will assist you in determining which commercial roof will best meet your needs for budget, durability, energy savings, energy efficiencies, and environmental impact. Our team of commercial roofers has the experience required to install a roofing system that will protect from the elements of weather, foot traffic, and anything else that may come it’s way.
Re-Roofing or Tear Off Roofing Services for Your Home in Bloomingdale
Installing a new roof on your home is mostly caused by natural elements from the weather: wind, rain, sun, and those spring storms. Let us not forget those branches hanging low that rub against the roofing system. Shingles contain granules that come loose, exposing the roofing shingles to additional wear. Even shake roofs become weaker when tree branches rub, making the shakes to become loose and fall off. Be sure to have FTC Oury Group inspect your roofing system as part of your home’s maintenance routine.
Roof Repairs on Your Home in Bloomingdale
Roof leaks, missing or damaged vents, missing shingles, or sheet metal repairs are parts that FTC Oury Group can bring your roofing system back into working order. Our team of roofing experts will show you what we have done and alert you to any areas on your roof that may need attention in the future. Keep FTC Oury Group’s phone number handy when you need a roofing professional to fix your roof.
Roof Repairs on Your Commercial Property or Industrial Construction
Roof leaks, loose vents, or even missing roofing pieces can occur any time of the year. FTC Oury Group works to quickly fix your roof so you can focus on your business. We will show you where the issues are contained on your roof and alert you to any problems that may develop in the future.
Tips of Finding and Repairing a Leaking Roof
Finding Roof Leaks
When you’re trying to track down a leak, begin by looking at the roof uphill from the stains. The initial thing to look for is any roof penetrations. Items that infiltrate the roof are by far the most common source of leaks. In fact, it is rare for leaks to develop in open areas of uninterrupted shingles, even on older roofs. Penetrations can consist of plumbing and roof vents, chimneys, dormers, or anything else that projects through the roof. They can be some feet above the leak or to the right or left of it.
In case you have attic access, the easiest way to track down a leak is to go up there with a flashlight and look for the evidence. There will be mold, black marks, and water stains. But if access is a problem or you have a vaulted ceiling, you will have to go up onto the roof and examine the suspect(s).
Solution for a Small Leakage
Some roof leaks are tough to find. Occasionally the water shows up at a ceiling spot distant from the leak. In case your ceiling has a plastic vapor barrier between the drywall and the attic insulation, push the insulation aside and look for flow stains on the plastic. Often water runs to openings in the vapor barrier, like at ceiling light fixtures.
If you cannot see any telltale flow marks, and because the stain is fairly small, look at the underside of the roof for ‘shiners.’ A shiner is a nail that missed the framing member, in this case, when the carpenter nailed the roof sheathing to the rafters. Moisture that escapes into the cold attic from the rooms below usually condenses on cold nails. Sometimes you can spot this if you climb up into your attic on a cold night. The nails will look white since they’re frosted. When the attic heats up slightly during the day, the frost melts and drips, then the nails frost up at night again, and so on. The solution is to clip the nail with side-cutting pliers.