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Lockhart, TX Roofing Repairs

Whether your roof is actively leaking and needs emergency roof repair or you've just noticed some missing shingles after a storm, quick action to repair a roof is key to preventing further damage to your roof or your home. Hometown helps you find qualified experts for roof repairs in Lockhart, TX.

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If your roof is leaking or damaged, quickly contacting a roof repair contractor to repair your roof may enable you to avoid further damage to your roof or even the interior of your home. Select "Get a Free Quote" and Hometown will forward your request out to a few of the top roofers in your area, requesting they contact you to set up an inspection of your roof.
Shingle roof repair
Metal roof repair
Tile roof repairs
Flat roof repairs
Shake and slate roofing repairs

Unverified Roofing Contractors

American Eagle Roofing
202 E Market St, Lockhart, TX 78644
(512) 696-9840
Miller Leo & Sons Roofing
1007 W Live Oak St, Lockhart, TX 78644
(512) 398-6961
Mascon Inc
1462 Old Lytton Springs Rd, Lockhart, TX 78644
(512) 376-5096

Lockhart Roof Repair Questions Answered

What to look for when inspecting the condition of a roof:

Contact your Lockhart-based roofing contractor if you notice any of the following signs of roof damage:

  • Water stains on the ceiling or walls
  • Noticeable roof sagging or ceiling sagging
  • Ice dam formations on the roof during the winter (sign of poor roofing insulation)
  • Excessive pooling of water on the roof
  • Abundant amount of mold/algae/moss growth on roof may signify trapped moisture beneath the outer layer of roofing material
  • Condensation on the underside of the roof or in the attic

Shingle roof repairs are typically more affordable than you may think

Rough estimate on a 25 square foot section damagd in a wind storm:

The cost of replacing the damaged shingles will typically range between $200 and $400, depending upon where you live and the type of shingles used.

Shingle roofs are less durable than metal, tile or rubber roofing. However, it costs far less to repair shingle roofs. Shingles are widely-available, inexpensive and easy to install.

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