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WHAT CAN CAUSE ROOF DAMAGE

Poor Ventilation

Poor Quality Shingles

Poor Insulation

Improper Cleaning

Hail Storms


SIGNS OF ROOF DAMAGE

          Ceiling Stains

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Hours:  Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Phone:  727-375-7055 or 813-240-1019
Warehouse & Office Location: 11206 Challenger Avenue
Odessa, Florida 33556


***********FYI on Roofing***********

  
 REPLACEMENT, REPAIRS, or MAINTENANCE

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At Sharpe Professional Roofing,
We take pride in educating our customers. We feel that it is our job to assist consumers In making informed decisions about their roofing needs.


  How to Know if Your Roof Needs Replacement

Shingle roofs installed prior to the year 2000 are typically 20-year 3-tab shingles or 25- year architectural shingles. Since then new codes have been implemented that require most areas in the Florida Wind-Born Debris Zone to be covered with Class H-rated shingles. These shingles are typically 30-year architectural/dimensional style.

Most roofs in our area need replacement at 15-20 years. Shingles may not meet their warranty period due to many factors. Most are due to adverse weather conditions that have caused damage to the roof, and have remained unrepaired, lack adequate ventilation, have poor quality installation, are of inferior product quality, or have been improper cleaned (perfomed in this latitude)

  
How to Know if You Have a Leak

Visible yellowish to brownish discoloration in a drywall ceiling or dark areas in a wood ceiling. The leak may be associated with an assortment of features on your roof. If you see that the problem is near a plumbing outlet (i.e. bathroom, kitchen, laundry, etc.), it may be related to a damaged plumbing boot. If the problem occurs in the ceiling over the fireplace or in an area where the roof line intersects a wall, it may be a flashing issue. the other area prone to leaking is a valley, which is addressed today by using a self-sealing underlayment in all valleys.

Evaluating Key Danger Signs
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Take a close look and evaluate the signs below to determine if your roof is failing: 

  • Leakage in the attic after wind-driven rain - or cold freeze
  • Blistering or peeling of interior and/or exterior paint
  • Stains, mold, or mildew growth on interior ceiling and/or walls
  • Exterior decay of sheathing and/or siding
  • Missing, cracked, or curled shingles

 

  Click  below to view "The Danger Signs of a Leaky Roof"
 
http://www.gaf.com/Roofing/Residential/Key_Danger_Signals?CBViewer=37060608




                    What to Do If You Think You Have a Leak

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 EXTREME SHINGLE TESTINGS
Shingles are your best & safest choice as scientist subject Timberline Shingles to 
"Huricane-Force Winds"
& Torrential Downpours! 
 
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SHINGLE ROOFING

Underlayment: A secondary roofing layer that is waterproof (e.g., Storm Guard / Weather Watch) or water-resistant (e.g. 30 lb. felt), installed on the roof deck and beneath shingles or other roof-finishing layer.
Boots:These seal the roof penetrations created by the plumbing stacks that terminate above the roof. The typical types are lead and plastic. While plastic is cheaper and easier to use, it will usually split or collapse after 10 or more years in the sun in this area. We do many repairs replacing these for homeowners. We use lead boots when we do a roof replacement because they will last for the life of the roof.
Eave Drip/Drip Edge:  This is the flashing at the edge of the roof that provides extra protection for the roof decking and fascia. The shingles must be sealed to this flashing around along the rake of the roof. This flashing comes with a factory mill finish, or a baked-on enamel finish (white, black, gray, dark gray, brown, or beige) to protect it from stains and rust. We typically try to match a color with the trim on a house.
 
                  Below is a diagram of some shingle roof features:

                    

                           

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