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Shingle Roof repairs and residential roofing repairs can be a time consuming, stressful headache for residential homeowners. But they don’t have to be! Leave it to the trusted professionals at Expert Roof Repair Toronto to answer all of your questions, create a personalized assessment and estimate as well as carry out your roofing repair or replacement on time and on budget every single time. We are a local company, and our number one priority is you. Your roof is one of the largest expenses and investments you will ever make in your home. Let us help you with all of your residential roofing repair and installation needs and see the difference that an Expert can make!

 

Homeowners from all over Toronto can count on our quality work. We provide quality service to all one hundred and forty neighborhoods in Toronto. In the downtown core, we service the Annex, Queen Street West, Yorkville, St. Lawrence, the Distillery District, Rosedale and more. In the north end of the city, call on us for service in Davisville Village, Rosedale, Yonge and Eglinton, Forest Hill, Summerhill, Lawrence Park, Midtown and all other areas. In the west end, we service Bloor-West Village, High Park, Little Italy, Parkdale, Roncesvalles, and Runnymede just to name a few. The east end covers the Beaches, Chinatown, Leslieville and Riverdale as well as all other neighborhoods. We also service the outlying areas of Toronto, including, North York, East York, Scarborough, Etobicoke, Vaugan, Richmond hill and Thornhill. Where ever you are in located in the city, Expert Shingle Roof Repair Toronto can provide the roof service you need.

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Expert Residential Roof Repair Toronto has been in the business for a number of years, and we pride ourselves on our experience, customer satisfaction, and quality of work. Whether its roof repair, a reroof job or a complete roof replacement, we are here to meet the needs of our clients. We use quality shingles and other top-notch materials to do your job right, the first time. We can install shingles from any manufacturer you choose, regardless of color or style. This means you will have your choice of products from the tried and true traditional styles to bold and cutting edge colors. It is all up to you. Most often we use shingles manufactured right here in Canada by BP and IKO. Whichever shingles you select, they all come with a generous manufacturer’s warranty that will give you peace of mind for years to come.

Our team of professional roof repair experts produces quality work that transforms your roof into tip-top shape and alleviates the anxiety, worry, and sleepless nights that can come from thinking about repairs as significant as your roof. From the very first moment you contact us, you’ll see the difference. We listen to your concerns, come up with workable solutions that fit your wants, needs, and budget.

Damaged roofs come in all shapes and forms, and we’ve seen them all. From damaged, cracked and missing shingles to minor and major leaks, we can repair or replace it all. Whether the damage came from the unpredictable Toronto snow, rain, wind or storms, improperly installed skylights or wild animal destruction, we can handle it. Shingle repair Toronto and roof replacements are our passions. Perhaps you are thinking of a reroof. We can do that too. Full roof shingle replacements are also a big part of our business. And that’s not all. We are specially outfitted to offer extended services for whatever job is needed such as masonry and chimney repair, skylight repair and replacement, insulation upgrades, even eaves trough services, and downspouts. Our experts are knowledgeable in all areas from flat roof to slant roofs as well as attic ventilation and anything else that Mother Nature can throw at you and your roof.

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Our team of experts are highly trained professionals. They know the business inside and out. Roofing can be a hazardous and unpredictable occupation. That is why all of our employees are fully insured and receive extensive training before they ever step on a job site. Successful completion of the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHIMIS) training, as well as training in Fall Arrest, are a requirement of employment with our company. In addition, all of the supervisors and foreman have passed the above courses as well as those in Standard First Aid and Level C CPR.

Moreover, many of our employees are Master Shingle Applicators (M.S.A.), Quality Masters, or Select Shingle Roofers. These exceptionally trained employees not only know the ins and outs of techniques and technology; they also receive continuous education and training throughout their career. Our company has a valid license with the Metropolitan Toronto Licensing Commission. Also, we are proud members of the Better Business Bureau, The National Roofing Contractors Association, Certified Contractors Network, and the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses.

Shingle Roof repair and replacement doesn’t have to be complicated. With Expert Roof Repair Toronto on your side, you’ll find the service you need at the right price. We take into consideration all aspects of each individual project. Our friendly customer service team is here for you and will be able to walk you through the process, step by step. You’ll know the what, how, and when of your roofing job. And when the job is completed, our job isn’t finished. Our comprehensive warranty covers everything from your roof shingles repair to a full roof repair. We aren’t satisfied until you are.

A Toronto roof repair or replacement shouldn’t be complicated. We make it easy. Our staff is here to help. We can answer all of your questions about roof repair Toronto and offer you a personalized assessment for your roofing repair, reroof, or roof replacement. Once hired, we make it simple by accepting all forms of payment, including cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. And our extended warranties give you the peace of mind you deserve. We deliver quality work in a timely manner at a reasonable cost. Contact us today. We at Expert Roof Repair Toronto would love to assist you with all of your residential roofing needs.

The short answer to this question is that it varies. Based on the size, the extent of damage, and type of repair you are looking for, roof repairs in Toronto can cost anywhere from $150 for minor repairs to upwards of $3000 for major ones. Given those numbers (especially the big ones!) you might be hesitant to get the repair done on your shingled roof. But be forewarned. The longer you wait to repair a problem, the bigger the price tag can get for it. In fact, it may even result in the entire roof needing repair depending on the extent of the damage. And if the repair is impacting your quality of life, such as water dripping through the ceiling on your head while you sleep, you are going to want to get that taken care of, pronto!

The weather, wind, different seasons, and storms can wreak havoc on your roof. So although it may be a hassle, it makes sense to get small problems fixed up and repaired before they become bigger problems. So let’s break down the numbers. And remember. Although we have done our research and our years in the business prove we know what we are talking about, these are guidelines only. Your roof repair may cost more or less than this, depending on the unique problem. All residential houses are different, and the cost of materials used varies, so you’ll want to get a repair tailored to your specific roof. Keep that in the back of your mind as we discuss these numbers.

If your repair is smaller and more minor in nature such as missing or damaged shingles it could cost you anywhere from $150 to $400 depending on the number and quality of the products you used for your original roof. If repairs are more significant and more moderate such as minor leaks in the roof or skylights can cost upwards of $450 to $1000. Again, this will depend on the extent of the damage and the cost of materials. If major repairs are needed such as completing repairs to layer underneath the shingles or repairs from extensive leaks, it will cost you anywhere in the range of $1050 to $3000. The average price for roof repairs lies between $650 and $800. These estimates are based on medium-sized homes that come in at the 1500 to 2000 square foot size. If your home is larger, unfortunately, it might cost you more.

And another point to keep in mind. If your roof repair goes beyond the $3000 mark, it might be time to consider a whole roof replacement. This way, you will avoid future maintenance and have a roof that is guaranteed to last you well beyond what a repair guarantee might be. The best thing to do is to get an assessment. Our team at Expert Roof Repair Toronto is here to help and provide quality customer service at the right price for you.

Missing shingles on a roof can seem like a minor inconvenience and a bit of an eyesore, but in reality, if left unchecked, they can become a significant problem. Shingles serve to protect your roof against damage, and without them, your roof is susceptible to water damage, wild animal destruction, and other environmental hazards. So it’s best to get your missing shingles repaired as soon as possible. That way, you’ll save yourself time, stress, and a lot of money down the road. But just how do you go about repairing missing shingles on a roof? Let’s explore the ins and outs of missing shingle repairs.

Hazardous weather such as high winds as well as other factors can damage, break, or completely remove the shingles from your roof. You may notice that a few of your shingles appear loose or unhinged. Or perhaps a few of them are curling up or cracked in places. Missing granules can also make your shingles less effective. If you look at your roof and observe bare patches or an uneven color to your roof, these problems could be the culprit. The first step in repairing missing shingles is gathering the necessary materials. These range in price based on the quality and quantity but most shingles cost around $30 or more for a bundle. A nail gun or hammer is also needed as well as nails and roof cement. They also vary in price. If the shingle is damaged or broken, a crowbar is used. It is gently slid under the broken shingle until the nails are lifted and it is unattached. Then a new shingle is nailed in place using four nails. After that, a dollop of roof cement is spread to seal in the new shingle to the roof.

If you have just a few of these problems with only a select few shingles, you may think that repairing them yourself is the solution. Not necessarily. Although it is true that you can do it yourself, you may not want to. Here’s why. A professional roofer is expertly trained to look for signs and signals that may indicate a bigger problem than a few loose shingles. They will inspect your roof during repair for things you may not notice. In addition, they are used to dealing with all heights and types of roofs, including flat, angled, and everything in between.

If you aren’t regularly on your roof and not adequately experienced, you could be making a bad problem worse. Moreover, the installation and sealing process is a required skill of this job. If you miss a step or do the job wrong, you could be setting yourself up for a hefty repair down the line. Alas, if you do go the do-it-yourself route, consider having it inspected by a member of our Expert Roof Repair Toronto professional team to ensure your peace of mind and as well as a reliable roof over your head.

Shingles don’t lie. They will let you know in a variety of different ways when it is time to replace them. The signs and signals are there. So what exactly should you look for in order to decide if your shingles need to be replaced? Let’s look at the top five ways your shingles are trying to tell you it’s time for an upgrade.

  1. Shingles Don’t Look Quite Right

Maybe your shingles have gotten a perm over time. If they are curled and cupped up at the ends, it may be time to consider replacing them. They can’t adequately protect your roof if they aren’t lying flat. Furthermore, if you notice a lot of granules from your shingles on your grass and patio, that is a sure sign that your shingles are becoming bald and less effective. It’s time for a repair or replacement.

  1. Shingles are Missing, Damaged or Cracked

If your shingles have fallen off your roof and there are bare spots, it is a sure sign that a replacement is necessary. Moreover, if you have shingles that are damaged or cracked, the same is true. Only well-maintained shingles that lie flat on your roof offer protection. If you notice any damage to your shingles, it’s time to think about replacing them.

  1. The Age of Your Roof is More Than Just a Number

Roofs that are twenty years old or more may need shingle replacement. Although shingles are manufactured to provide durability and a long life, there are a few things that can lead to them needing replacement. These include living in an area of high weather that is prone to storms as well as a ventilation system that is not effective. These and other factors may indicate an upgrade is needed.

  1. A Garden is Growing – And Not the Rooftop Kind!

Moss and algae can form on roof shingles, especially if your roof doesn’t get much sunlight and your weather patterns are rainy and snowy as well as cold. And although you might not mind the look, it can be harmful to your roof. The moss acts as moisture barrier trapping water against the surface of the roof. With changing seasons, this can cause damage, and even if you remove it, it can regrow. A replacement of shingles is often needed in cases like this.

  1. Everybody is Doing It – A Trend You Might Want to Follow

We all know that we don’t have to keep up with the Jones’s, but if a lot of neighbors are getting new roofs, it might be time to investigate whether you need to replace your shingles as well. Residences that are constructed at similar times might encounter similar issues. Moreover, weather patterns in your area could cause wear and tear akin to those of the houses around you.

So there you have it. The top five indications that your shingles might need replacement. If you notice these above problems, a roofing service like Expert Roof Repair Toronto can help you with everything from assessment, to estimates to getting the job done. Contact us today with any questions you may have.

Windstorms in Toronto are as frequent as the day is long. So if you’ve had one blow through your area and you find a shingle or two on your lawn, you might be wondering. Will my roof leak with just one shingle missing?

The answer is three fold. Meaning shingles are generally part of a three-part tab. When a fierce storm whips through your neighborhood, the tab gets separated from its mates and lands in your front yard. And this isn’t good news. That’s because if just one shingle is detached, there is a one in three chance that the shingle was placed directly on top of an open seam with the shingles below it. This means you will have a gap of bare roof in which snow, rain and animals could get into. And that could be a problem — potentially a big one.

Of course, a pond in your bedroom might not happen right away. The roof sheathing may protect against some elements. But this won’t last and is only a temporary respite. The potential for trouble is brewing. The roof sheathing, which is somewhat like felt and is placed underneath shingles, isn’t designed for long term protection. After one big rainstorm and you could be going for a swim in your bedroom — not a great way to spend an evening.

And yet. If you lost a shingle that is not on a seam, you might not have any leakage at all. But that’s not the end of the story. The shingle that is lost will still need to be replaced in a timely manner since the pattern of shingles is designed for maximum protection, and the single shingle that is left alone cannot function long term without its covering mate. You see, the top of the shingle contains more mineral granules than the lower part. For this reason, shingles are laid in a pattern that will best protect your roof from the elements. Moreover, the granules act as protection from the sun’s harmful rays. If not repaired, the lower shingles will deteriorate, and you’ll have a leaking roof.

Contact Expert Roof Repair Toronto for an estimate on replacing your shingles before it’s too late. Our friendly and knowledgeable customer service staff can answer any questions you may have and help you prevent a tiny problem from becoming a big one.

In a word, yes. But before you go out and slap on some new shingles over old ones, there are a few things you’re going to want to keep in mind. A “reroof” as it is referred to in the roofing business, requires a lot of skill and knowledge. Furthermore, this technique is only possible with asphalt shingles. You can’t mix and match materials when you are roofing. And another note. The existing shingles must be in good condition. So let’s investigate why’s and why not’s of putting new shingles over old ones.

Let’s be clear. Just because you add another layer of shingles onto your existing roof, does not necessarily mean that it will be more protective. More isn’t always better when it comes to roof shingles. However, if your roof meets the above criteria (asphalt shingles in prime condition), a reroof can be a lower cost convenient repair. Not having to remove shingles will save you time and labor on your roofing repair. Yet, keep in mind that there are other costs associated with a reroof job. These include removing vents, damaged and cracked shingles, and ridge caps which can be costly. You also still have to replace or add new flashing.

The savings of a reroof can be upwards of $1000, this time. But what does that really mean? It means that eventually, you will need to replace your roof. In most areas, only two layers of shingles are the maximum allowed by law. So you will pay the cost eventually and perhaps in double if you have two layers — something to definitely consider when looking at your options.

Some other reasons you might not want to consider a reroof is that shingles add weight — a lot of it. A single layer can weigh up to 450 pounds per 100 square feet of roofing. Most houses were designed to hold only one layer of shingles, and a reroof can double this number. If not done correctly and within allowed building codes, a reroof can cause your roof to sag and cost you even more in repairs. Another reason is that you can’t replace the roof sheathing when you reroof, and this does need replacement every so often. Water can get beneath the shingles, and if it’s already there, a reroof will not solve that problem. And a final tip? Check your warranty. A reroof may void the existing warranty on your current shingles. If this is the case, any problems you have will be your responsibility and will not be covered.

So what is the bottom line here? Whether you are thinking of a reroof or a roof replacement, speak to a trained professional and get their opinion on your options. Our trained professionals at Expert Roof Repair Toronto can answer any and all of your questions as well as provide quality prompt service. Contact us today. We’d love to help you with all of your roofing needs.

Nothing lasts forever. Unfortunately, that is also true when it comes to roofs. Although roof shingles and supplies may have an extended life, there will come a time when they need replacement or repair. So how can you tell if your roof is in the end stages of its useful life? Read on for some tips and advice on how long a shingle roof should last.

The short answer is that you can expect your average shingle roof to last anywhere between fifteen and twenty years. Why such a large period? Several factors contribute to the wear and tear of shingles, so it goes without saying that the more damage that is done to shingles over the years, the less likely it will make it to the twenty-year mark.

Other factors, such as the type of shingles used, also makes a difference. Three tab shingles are the primary shingles used in many residential homes. These types of shingles have a roof life of ten to twenty years. Three tab shingles work best in warmer climates that are not known for severe storms. For example, a three tab shingle roof can handle a maximum wind uplift of only sixty to seventy miles per hours. Furthermore, if used in colder storm-prone areas or desert-like areas with prolonged sunlight and fluctuating temperatures, they may not last as long.

Dimensional or sometimes called Architectural shingles are a stronger, thicker and more dependable choice for unstable climates. You can expect these shingles to endure for fifteen to twenty years depending on the environmental hazards in the area in which they are used. The wind uplift for these shingles is 110 MPH. In addition, with special installation techniques, that number can be raised to 130MPH.

A third option is premium shingles. They are even thicker than the dimensional style and will last from twenty to thirty years. Although the wind uplift is similar to architectural shingles, these shingles can be specially designed for areas that experience hail and can include special solar reflecting properties — a good option to consider if you live in a hot volatile climate.

If you aren’t sure what type of shingles are right for your home, contact one of our friendly customer service experts at Expert Roof Repair Toronto. We can answer any questions you might have and give you an estimate that will suit your wants, needs, and budget.

A lot of homeowners want to know if old shingles need to be removed before doing repairs or installing a new roof. The answer? Maybe. There are a few factors to consider when deciding what to do with old shingles. Let’s look at the pros and cons of removing old shingles.

If shingles are worn, cracked, damaged, or curling up at the edges, it only makes sense to have them removed before installing new ones. This is because the base layer may have water or other damage from the defective shingles. If a new layer of shingles is nailed on and cemented in without removing the damaged ones, you are susceptible to leaks, mold, and more. And a bonus. If damaged shingles are removed before old ones are placed down, it gives your expert roof contractor a chance to have a look at the roof sheathing for water damage. This can prevent many problems from going from small to big. A good option to consider if you’re roof is older and you are wondering about possible damage from storms and the like.

So when it is okay to leave the old shingles? If your roof is in good condition and less than fifteen years old, it may make sense to leave the old shingles on. This choice will no doubt save you money and hassle as well as cutting down on the time it takes to complete the job. Moreover, a good foundational shingled roof will provide a further barrier against leaks as well as some additional installation.

However, be sure to keep in mind the local building codes and how your original roof was constructed. Some areas do not allow more than two layers of shingles, and if your original roof is not well maintained or has been damaged in severe storms, the shingles may need to be removed, and the entire roof replaced. And another thing to consider. Shingles are very heavy. If too many layers are installed on a roof, the roof structure may suffer.

If you have questions about this or any other roofing concerns, contact our team of professionals at Expert Roof Repair Toronto. We can answer all of your questions and formulate a plan that is right for you, and your roof!

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