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Did your roof survive the ice and snow?

Did your roof survive the ice and snow?

    As the winter ice storm melts away, things will quickly fall back into place as they were before. Most people will have suffered no more than a minor inconvenience. Others however, will have suffered damages to their home. Some will have busted water lines. Some may have fallen trees. And some will suddenly have roof leaks!

      The build up of snow and ice on one's roof usually isn't a problem. It just sits there until the weather warms again, and it eventually melts away. Sometimes though, it reveals problems in your roof system when it finally melts. As the ice and snow thaws into water once again, it tries to take the path of least resistance as it drains away. Often times it can't drain properly because of the remaining ice and snow. This causes the water to back up into your roof system until it finds a way out. This is referred to as 'ice damming'. Unfortunately, the way out is sometimes dripping into your home. If left untreated, it can cause all sorts of problems. Unsightly stains on your ceilings and walls, mold, rotten roof decking, and even structural damage.

      If you notice a new stain on your walls or ceilings, or other signs of a roof issue, it's time to call a roofing professional to investigate the problem and get it repaired. T&T Roofing and Repair has been proudly serving your community for more than 2 decades. Give us a call today, and let us come out and give you a free written estimate. We won't give you a sales pitch, and we won't pressure you into making any unnecessary decisions. We'll assess the job requirements, and give you a full proposal of the work that needs to be done.  We use only the highest quality materials, and we take great pride in our workmanship. We also offer industry leading written warranties. Most repairs come with a 3 year warranty, and all full roof replacements come with an 8 year warranty.

    We can be reached at 770-554-5406. Or, you can contact us through our website at www.tandtroofingandrepair.com.

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