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What do you do when your roof is leaking?

We’ve been getting a lot of rain lately, and that means roof leakage for a lot of people. A leaky roof can be a huge problem if you don’t address it promptly, but how are you supposed to address it? That’s what we’re going to be covering in today’s blog. Are you ready to learn more about what to do when your roof starts to leak? Let’s take a look together.

When the rains come, you should get prepared.

If you think that your roof may be at risk for leaks, then you should take some precautions. Know how you will deal with a leak when it happens. Do you have a bucket or other liquid-isolating construct? Make sure that you know where it is. You should also take a look at your roof. Are there any places where it is buckling or dipping? Those could be potential problem areas that you should monitor. If you think that the water is pooling in a spot on your roof, and you think it could collapse, then poke a hole through the roof. This will allow the water to drain uninhibited. It may seem counter-intuative, but it could prevent a cave in. Call us as soon as possible if this happens to you.

Now you just need to fix it!

Once the rain has stopped, all you need to do is repair the roof, right? Well, yes, but this is far from a DIY project. A qualified professional should be the only person who completes roofing repairs. After all, an improper roofing job could end up costing you a lot more down the line. Why waste the money and effort in a bad job when you can call on us to handle the roof for you? Improperly laid roofs are dangerous, so don’t take the chance. Let us handle your leaky roof.

We’ll Help You Raise the Roof

For the maintenance your roof needs done by professionals you can trust, contact Blair Construction. We have been serving our valued Maryland customers for almost thirty years and look forward to giving your roof the care it needs for years to come.

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