Roof Repair Contractors in Cottage Grove, WI

If your roof is showing symptoms of deterioration or wear and tear you may want to have a qualified roofing repair contractor in Cottage Grove, WI inspect your roof.  Catching leaks and defects early on could save your home from interior damage and costly repairs down the road. Hometown has prescreened experts that specialize in leak detection, maintenance and repair.

Roof repair due to hail damage
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4620 Dovetail Dr, Madison WI 53704

Hail, wind, rain, snow, and ice can wreak havoc on your roof, so quality-roofing materials installed correctly is of the utmost importance. At Ridge Top Exteriors, we only use the best material available, providing professional, reliable, long-lasting installations and repairs.

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Serving Cottage Grove, WI

McGarry's Roofing & Construction builds long-term relationships with our customers to ensure we provide the very best solutions to their roofing problems. With over three decades of experience, we can confidently address your repair issue and stop cracks, leaks, or other damaging issues. Contact us today to set up a free estimate! 

Unverified Roofing Contractors

G & K Roofing and Remodeling Inc.
4663 Baxter Rd,, Cottage Grove, WI 53527
(608) 839-1533
Sims Exteriors
202 W Cottage Grove Rd, Cottage Grove, WI 53527
(608) 839-0611
Handyman Matters
4740 Mcfarland Ct, Mc Farland, WI 53558
(608) 838-9900
Scott's Exteriors
1260 Milo Way, Deerfield, WI 53531
(608) 764-8698
Matt Raimer Construction
N9221 Fox River Rd, Portage, WI 53901
(608) 742-8036
Kevin's Quality Roofing
6008 Adams Rd, Oregon, WI 53575
(608) 845-3802
ARC Contracting
103 Bacon St, Waunakee, WI 53597
(608) 849-8663
Architectural Metals Inc
301 Yard Dr, Verona, WI 53593
(608) 826-5000

Roofing Repair Q&A in Cottage Grove, WI

Rubber roofing has blisters and is swelling. Is it serious enough to have a roofing contractor take a look at it?

Absolutely! Swelling or blistering is a sign of moisture infiltrating the roofing membrane.

Any type of soft flat roof, such as rubber roofing or asphalt, is susceptible to blistering or swelling. It’s not a normal occurrence, so it’s an issue you should address right away. Swelling and blistering will worsen if not fixed, and the longer you wait, the more expensive the repair will be.

There are multiple reasons a flat roof would start to blister or swell. Here are a few of the most common causes:

  • Moisture collects beneath the rubber membrane either from a crack in the membrane, at a seam or near chimneys/vents/flashing.
  • Plywood sheathing may have expanded because of water damage and/or changing weather conditions. Plywood sheets are supposed to be spaced about 1/8 inch apart to allow for expansion/contraction, but sometimes it is improperly installed.
  • Certain types of rubber roofing, namely EPDM, can 'bubble up' when exposed to certain chemicals, such as refrigerants, grease and oils.

No matter what the cause, it’s important to address the issue as soon as possible, so that a small roof leak doesn't turn into a major expense, like a full roof replacement.

Average cost for repairs of a leaking shake roof

As with any roofing material, shake roof repair costs in Cottage Grove can vary depending upon several influencing factors including, the type of shake roof you have and the extent of the damage.

In general, sealing up a small section of wood shake roof will cost slightly more than it would for an asphalt shingle roof. For example, installing new asphalt shingles in a 25 square foot section of the roof can range in price from $200 to $400 while repairing a section of a shake roof of the same size can cost $300 to $600. It’s best to get a free quote from a local roofing contractor to get a more accurate estimate.

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