Roof Repair Contractors for Lebanon, WI

Request roof repair estimates in Lebanon, Wisconsin from contractors you can trust to get the job done right. Whether you need to repair a leak due to storm damage or other causes, getting a quality contractor to repair the roof quickly can minimize damage to your home.

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Serving Lebanon, WI

RNB Design Group is Wisconsin's premier roofing contractor and more. We offer affordable roofing options, solutions, repairs and replacement. We have the skill and experience necessary to repair the exterior of your home from the gutters, siding, windows and roof. Call today for a free estimate.

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(262) 649-5758
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Serving Lebanon, WI

Complete Roofing & Repairs is the contractor you can trust to do what they say, on time, and always within budget. From minor leak repairs to a complete replacement, we can do it all!

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Serving Lebanon, WI

Pat Tighe Roofing offers superior roofing repair and installations services for Wisconsin commercial and residential customers. We have years of experience handling a number of materials to satisfy all client needs.

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Bastian Roofing Inc. has been serving the Richfield, Wisconsin area since 1969. With decades of experience, we have the equipment, expertise, and quality materials to handle a number of roof repair projects. We’re proud to say that over 90% of our projects come from customer referrals, as it speaks to the nature of our business practices. Call us today to get your roof back into tip-top shape.

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3053 Beechwood Industrial Ct Suite 3, Hubertus WI 53033

Property Restoration Professionals has more than 20 years of experience. They specialize in roofing services, ranging from roof repairs to new installation. They also offer siding, gutters, windows, doors, and more.

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Metal Pro Roofing Of Wisconsin
N6483 Sunset Rd, Juneau, WI 53039
(920) 386-9134
Kin-X Constr Inc
422 Milwaukee St, Lomira, WI 53048
(920) 948-1341
Ksm Construction
104 Forest St, Fox Lake, WI 53933
(920) 928-2826
Skyline Roofing & Construction
N11203 County Road Ay, Brownsville, WI 53006
(920) 960-2311
Proflow Seamless Gutters LLC
468 Po Box, Waupun, WI 53963
(920) 296-5514
Devries Morry Roofing & Siding Llc
N7831 Louise Ln, Randolph, WI 53956
(920) 326-5664
A Rcon Inc
N3619 State Road 67, Neosho, WI 53059
(920) 625-3690
Preferred Roofing & Improvements LLC
N10617 County Road Ay Y, Lomira, WI 53048
(920) 583-3079

Roof Repair Help for Lebanon, WI

The keys to a durable roof installation are proper ventilation and insulation

Without proper ventilation, heat and moisture is allowed to build up in the attic space, which can cause rafters and sheathing to rot, shingles to buckle, and insulation to lose its effectiveness.

It's important to keep sources of roof ventilation -- such as louvers, ridge vents or soffit vents -- free and clear of obstructions all year long. Adequate attic ventilation helps prevent structural damage due to excessive moisture, and helps boost the lifespan of roofing material, reduces heating & cooling costs, and enhance the comfort level of the rooms in the home or building.

In addition to the free flow of air, insulation plays a critical role in maintaining proper attic ventilation. Ideally, an attic should have:

  • A gap-free layer of insulation on the attic floor to protect the house below from heat gain or loss.
  • A vapor retarder under the insulation and next to the ceiling to stop moisture from rising into the attic.
  • Enough open, vented spaces to allow air to pass in and out freely.
  • At least a one-inch space between the insulation and roof sheathing.

The requirements for proper attic ventilation may vary greatly depending upon the local codes and building regulations where you live. The structure's condition and surroundings also play a role, including its exposure to the sun, shade and atmospheric humidity.

Nevertheless, the general ventilation formula is based on the length and width of the attic. NRCA recommends a minimum of 1 square foot of free vent area for each 150 square feet of attic floor—with vents placed proportionately at the eaves (e.g., soffits) and at or near the ridge.

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Lebanon, WI