project Support from start to finish!
At Mayes Roofing, our mission is to support your project from start to finish and after! Although every client has a different set of needs, we take great pride in being able to produce great results no matter what the scope of work entails. Our general contracting services are designed to meet a wide range of project needs. Regardless of the project scope, we take great pride in delivering your project on time, on budget and with the utmost professionalism.
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During your roof inspection
Our trained inspectors will check your roof for mold or mildew under panels, wet panels, sagging roof or roof ridges, shingle deterioration or damage among many other conditions to ensure your roof stays safe and looks great. If any problem areas are noticed they will be noted on the inspection report provided to you along with a proposal to repair any known damage.
We are available 24/7 365 days a year and can respond quickly to solve your roofing crisis and save you time and money in the long run. Scheduling annual inspections, leaf and debris removal in the fall and snow/ice dam removal in the winter can circumvent most problems and ensures a lasting roof that will keep you dry all year long.
Preventative Maintenance for Roofing
What You Can DO
Do not paint your shingles, doing so will likely damage your roof when the paint cracks and peels off after it's been exposed to heat from the sun or freezing winter temperatures. Wind, rain, and debris can also do severe damage to your roof. After a storm when inspecting your roof, be sure to examine your roof from all sides and angles safely on the ground below. If you see any signs of possible damage, please call us at 630-362-4758 and we will send an inspector out to your home within 24 hours. For your own personal safety, it is important that under no circumstances should you climb your roof to attempt to inspect the damage for yourself.
If a roof is damaged bad enough it can mean continual water leakage into your house. To prevent water damage, you should cover all electrical appliances with plastic sheets or tarps. Additionally, you can also use a dehumidifier to reduce the dampness and humidity caused by the leaking roof which can prevent the accumulation of mold. In the middle of all the chaos, it is important for you to act rationally and quickly. The sooner you take care of roof damage after a storm, the better it is for your home's longevity and your family's peace of mind.