Is your home’s roof a little leaky, creaky, and constantly developing problems, no matter how many times you fix them? It may be time to call in the pros! At Built Right Roofing & Construction, we’re proud to be the #1 choice for Deadwood, SD homeowners who are looking to boost their curb appeal, get to the heart of their roofing issues, and create a roofing system they can rely on.
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Your home is important to you. Because of that, it is important to us! We work hard every day to ensure that your home is safe and secure, with a roof that stands the test of time. That means that we only use the best roofing products on the market. We’ve earned coveted certifications from top industry brands, including a CertainTeed Shingle Master badge and Malarkey Emerald Pro. This helps us guarantee that not only will your products stand up to whatever Mother Nature throws their way, but our workmanship will, too.
Your roof is one of the most critical components of your home. It protects you from the elements and keeps you and your loved ones safe and dry. However, over time, your roof can deteriorate due to wear and tear, weather conditions, and other factors. To ensure the longevity and functionality of your roof, it’s essential to be vigilant and proactive in its maintenance. One crucial step in roof maintenance is scheduling regular inspections with a roofing contractor. But how do you know when it’s time to call in the experts? In this blog post, we’ll discuss some telltale signs that indicate it might be time to schedule an inspection with a roofing contractor.
1) Age of Your Roof
The age of your roof is a significant factor in determining when you should schedule an inspection. Most asphalt shingle roofs have a lifespan of 20 to 30 years, while other roofing materials may last longer. If your roof is approaching or has exceeded its expected lifespan, it’s time to have it inspected. Aging roofs are more susceptible to damage and leaks, and a professional inspection can help identify potential issues before they become major problems.
2) Missing or Damaged Shingles
One of the most obvious signs that your roof needs attention is missing or damaged shingles. If you notice shingles on your lawn or see visible signs of wear and tear, such as curling, cracking, or granule loss, it’s time to call a roofing contractor. Damaged shingles can expose your roof to water infiltration, leading to leaks and water damage inside your home.
3) Leaks or Water Stains
Water leaks or stains on your ceiling are clear indicators of a roofing problem. However, by the time you notice these signs, the damage may already be significant. To prevent costly repairs and potential health hazards like mold growth, schedule an inspection at the first sign of a leak or water stain. A roofing professional can identify the source of the problem and recommend appropriate repairs.
4) Sagging Roof Deck
A sagging roof deck is a serious structural issue that requires immediate attention. If you notice any sagging or dipping areas on your roof, it’s essential to have it inspected right away. A sagging roof can be a sign of rotting or damaged decking, weakened trusses, or inadequate support. Ignoring this problem can lead to a complete roof collapse if left untreated.
5) Increased Energy Bills
If you’ve noticed a significant increase in your energy bills, your roof may be to blame. A damaged or poorly insulated roof can allow heat to escape in the winter and hot air to infiltrate in the summer, causing your HVAC system to work harder. A roofing inspection can identify areas where insulation or ventilation improvements are needed, potentially reducing your energy costs.
6) Loose or Damaged Flashing
Flashing is the metal or plastic material installed around roof penetrations like chimneys, vents, and skylights to prevent water infiltration. If you notice loose or damaged flashing, it can compromise the integrity of your roof. A professional roofing contractor can inspect and repair or replace damaged flashing to ensure your roof remains watertight.
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We will gather all the necessary details and present you with the best repair plan for your approval. This is where you can have fun exploring materials and colors!
Our certified crews will show up early and work hard while maintaining the highest quality and cleanliness standards.
Our Quality Control tech will take a final check to ensure our standards are met and we will promptly provide you with closing information and documents.
Are you tired of hiring contractors who don’t listen to your needs and offer you support? You won’t find that with Built Right. Instead, we make clear communication a part of everything we do. From day one, you’ll be greeted with a team that will help schedule your service and provide you with all the information you need to know. We use instant estimate technology to allow you to budget for your roof replacement right away. Worried about the cost? Our flexible financing has you covered!
Are you fully licensed and insured?
Yes, our team has all necessary contracting licenses, and we’re fully insured and bonded.
Are you a local roofing contractor?
We are based in Rapid City, South Dakota and service all of South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming, and Nebraska
We value to communities we serve and donate to various local charities throughout our service area. If you would like to inquire about donations and sponsorships from us, please contact our office.
What areas do you service?
Our headquarters is located in downtown Rapid City. We serve Rapid City, Sturgis, Spearfish, Belle Fourche, Custer, Hot Springs, Deadwood, Pierre, Mitchell, Sioux Falls; Gilette, Sundance, and Laramie Wyoming; Dickinson, Bismarck North Dakota; Alliance, Scottsbluff Nebraska and all areas in between.
Is my project covered under warranty?
Yes! We honor all product warranties from each manufacturer, and we include workmanship warranties that cover our labor. If an issue ever arises because of a fault in our labor, we’ll always come out right away and make it right.