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Bowers Roof Repair Professionals
As a Bowers homeowner, you likely have enough on your mind with maintaining your property that your roof may be the last thing that you want to worry about. And the thought of expensive repairs or even full replacement can certainly be overwhelming. So when your roof is leaking, it is important that you find the best local roofing contractor that has a tremendous track record with other Bowers homeowners.
Your roofs job is simple. It’s to keep water out. When water is coming into your home – you want to have peace of mind that you’re calling in the professionals!
Stress-Free Bowers Roofing Repair Services
Our skilled roofing technicians can help you with:
- Metal Roof Repair
- Asphalt Shingles Roof Repair
- Flat Roof Repair
- Tile Roof Repair
- Storm and hail damage roof repair
- Emergency roof repair
- Slate Roof Repair
As the saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. What starts as a small leak can quickly morph into much costlier damage if not quickly taken care of. This can cause leaks to worsen, water damage in your home, mold to develop in the air your family breathes, and potential damage to your decking. The importance of timely roof repairs truly can’t be overstated.
Different types of roofing materials react differently to weather, storms, and age. Tile for instance can easily be damaged by hail, and can crack from temperature fluctuations as well. Three tab shingle roofs can suffer from “peeling” from heavy winds. Calling a local Bowers roofing contractor to take a look at any leaks as they develop can save you money, and extend the life of your roof.
Typical Causes for Roof Repair:
- Leaks from roof
- Leaks stemming from flashing, chimney or pipe collars
- Damaged, missing, curling, broken shingles
- Fascia or soffit wind damage
- Rotting wood in your roof (causes sagging)
- Collapsed roof
- Damaged roof vents
- Ridge vents
- Rotted sheathing
- Skylight repair
- Zinc strips
- Valley repairs
A Bowers Roofing Contractor You Can Rely On
You want a contractor that understands the urgency of your roofing project. A damaged roof can result in damaged property, and the longer it prolongs, the worse it can get. You want a skilled, and honest roofer that understands multiple roofing systems to be able to help with your unique roofing situation.
Whether it is a leak stemming from your flashing, blocked gutters, chimney leak, missing shingles, plumbing penetrations, pitch pans, counter flashings, your roofer should be professional and accountable for whatever the task may be. A technician will thoroughly evaluate your roof, and help you to identify what your options are. If you have a newer roof that was only recently installed, it may simply be a minor repair job.
However, if you have an older roof, your roof may not be a candidate for roof repairs. In that case, a technician will explain potential roof replacement options, and can discuss financing options. The older a roof becomes, the more challenging it becomes to provide patch-work repairs and provide long-term results.
You want a roofer that provides excellent craftsmanship, workmanship, materials, AND communication for following up with you during the entire process.
Bowers (commonly known as Bowers Beach) is a town in Kent County, Delaware, United States. It is part of the Dover, Delaware Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the 2010 Census, the population of the city is 335.
Bowers Beach was originally settled in the late 1600s and was named Whitwell’s Delight by Francis Whitwell. The land was acquired by William Frampton in 1685 and was called Dover Peers. After Frampton died, the land was sold to William Bassett. Eventually, 420 acres of Whitwell’s Delight belonged to Nathaniel and Mary Hunn. After Nathaniel Hunn died in 1734, his children sold the land to John Bowers and the land along the Delaware Bay between the St. Jones River and Murderkill River became known as Bowers Beach starting on August 16, 1734. The land later belonged to John Bowers’ son and then his granddaughter, with the latter being the last person in the Bowers family to own the land. Part of the land was acquired by John Booth in 1750, who sold it later in the year to Benjamin Chew. By the 1800s, the properties in Bowers Beach were owned by Joseph Wood. The properties were later sold to multiple owners. On March 9, 1907, Bowers was incorporated. In 1962, the settlement was reincorporated as the Town of Bowers.