Curling shingles can be a common problem here in Colorado, and it is importnat to address the issue before it’s too late! Curling shingles leads to bigger roofing problems as it exposes your roof surface, allows moisture to get underneath nearby shingles, and eventually leads to wood rot or a roof leak.
What Should I Expect With Curling Shingle Repair?
If you contact us quickly after the curling shingles or shingle damage occurred, it may be a very simple fix to replace a small area of shingles on your roof. In the event that you did not notice the curling shingles for quite some time or it was left alone for over a year, a whole roof replacement or additional repairs may be needed.
When Should I Fix Curling Shingles?
When dealing with Curling Shingles, it is best to address the issue as soon as possible to prevent further damage. High winds along the front range throughout our residential areas near Centennial, Denver, and Castel Rock areas can often cause shingles to curl up which exposes the underlayment below your roof. As this becomes exposed and is subject to additional weather damage, it can lead to other nearby shingles getting damaged as well as larger problems over time that become more costly to address. If you have Curling Shingles, it is best to get it taken care of as soon as possible to decrease the likelihood of these other problems.
How Much Does Curling Shingle Repair Cost?
AS described above, curling shingles often lead to other problems. If you catch your curling shingle issue early on and address it swiftly, curling shingle repair can be very affordable and often does not require the involvement or use of homeowners insurance. Depending on the severity of the damage and other issues that were caused on the roof from the curling shingles, you may need addtional repair services to address the issue properly.