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Repairing a roof and maintaining it go together, because a well-maintained roof usually needs less repairs than a roof that is not maintained. Even seemingly small things like leak sealing, fixing shingle damage can help give your roof a longer life. Roof repairs can even extend the life of the roof so a full replacement isn't necessary as soon in some cases.
Bone Dry Roofing has both a qualified roof repair team of experts and we specialize in replacing a roof also. So no matter the size of the damage, you have roofing professionals at the ready to show you what damage, if any, there is and the best way to fix it quickly.
Roof leaks and problems can very quickly start as small problems and become much larger and more expensive to fix. This is why time is of the essence in getting an expert to determine what roof damage you have and how severe it is or isn't.
Call Bone Dry Roofing today at 1-844-386-0797 or click below to learn more about what our roof repair services can do for your home. We offer free estimates in Clarksville, Louisville, Mount Washington and the nearby areas.
Removed shingles from dead valley on back side of roof and inspected for bad wood. Installed modified granulated bitumen in dead valley. Removed shingles from 5"-6" flue collar on left side of roof. Installed Ice and Water Shield. Installed new 5"-6" flue collar and seal properly. Re-shingled properly. Replaced one wind damaged tab to the right of the center dormer. Properly sealed all repair areas, cleaned up, and hauled away all debris.
This roof in Shelbyville had a very steep, 15 ft. valley that was suffering from several leaks. We inspected and found the problem, so we removed the damaged areas and reshingled this area, adding in fresh counter flashing along the brick section. The addition of an ice and water shield will help ensure lasting protection!
This homeowner had some shingles missing on his roof. Bone Dry removed the shingles on the affected area, inspected for bad wood, installed ice and water shields, and re-shingled the area. The customer is happy that his roof is like new again!
This beautiful home had a horrible leak. Daniel Costigan went out there and investigated the problem. Once he saw the leak was in the valley, we were able to fix this right up.
We started by removing the shingles a 21' valley on the front slope of house. As always, we inspected for bad wood and replaced as needed. Next, we installed ice and water shield into each slope of valley. Then, we re-shingled valley properly.
No more leaks and this valley looks brand new.
Removed and replaced two damaged 3" pipe boots from the back slope, properly reshingled, and installed ice and water shield. Also sealed furnace flu collars and all exposed nailheads throughout roof.
Replaced 3 inch pipe boot, properly reshingled, added ice and water shield, and sealed down all repair areas.
After years of weather and various storms, it was time to reflashing this beautiful stone chimney. We started by removing 17' of counter flashing between both roof levels. As always, we inspected for bad wood, replacing as needed. Next, we installed Ice/H2O Shield around the chimney and added new step flashing and shingles. Then, we ground in brown counter flashing to mortar joints and sealed properly.
So much better now.
These homeowners gave Bone Dry Roofing a call regarding a small leak in their roof. We wanted to do a detailed examination to determine exactly where the roof was compromised. We were able to install proper flashing as well as an ice and water shield at the point where the roof met the turret. After sealing all repair spots, we reshingled the affected areas. With out repairs, this homeowner should have no problem the next time rain comes around!
This homeowner reached out to us about problems with their roof. After an inspection by our professionals, it was revealed that they had a damaged Ridge Cap. We replaced 6 ft of ridge cap and 2 ft on each side of the garage. We then installed an ice water shield under ridge cap to prevent metal from coming through again. Bone Dry Roofing always cleans up and hauls away all debris after any job.
This customer just needed a minor repair. They had 2 missing shingles on back slope that we replaced. We also sealed any exposed nailheads throughout roof.
Remove and replace up to 10 missing or damaged shingles throughout the entirety of the roof. With our team's help, this roof is once again protected against the elements.
Customer called Bone Dry Roofing to assist with a leak they had been struggling with for over a decade.
We figured out there was a leak around the dormer. We fixed this by removing the shingles and 14' of flashing from sided walls around false dormer on front of house. We inspected for bad wood and replaced as needed. Next, we installed Ice and Water Shield to repair areas. Then we installed 14' of flashing along the sides of false dormer. We finished up by re-shingling properly and sealing adjacent areas.
No more leak!!!! This customer is amazed.
We came out to fix a leak around a pipe boot. We did this removing the shingles from around 3" pipe boot on the back of the house. Then we added ice and water shield. Next we replaced pipe boot and re-shingled properly. We finished up by replacing two blown off tabs with Owens Corning supreme black shingles.
Patrick had a mysterious leak for some time and he could not figure out where it was coming from. We came out and diagnosed that it was the flashing. We also decided to replace a vent hood that was past its prime.
We started off by removing approximately 16ft of flashing and shingles from sided wall on left side of the house. Then we installed ice and water shield. Next, we installed 16ft of new black flashing to wall and reshingle properly. Following that, we replaced the hood vent in the same area. We finished up by sealing the repair area.
This valley had been causing problems for our customer for some time. It would leak off an on and they couldn't get it stop. Adoon Smith went out and realized that shingles would not help this and we needed to try something new.
We removed the shingles and installed modified bitumen roofing. We also installed ice and water shield to keep it nice and dry.
This will keep the water out and keep our customer happy.
This valley was experiencing some leaks. When Daniel got out there, he discovered it was the nails that were causing these leaks.
Edgar came out and removed the shingles from the valley. He installed ice and water shield to give this valley an extra layer of protection. Then he replaced the shingles that had been damaged by the nails. He finished up by making sure there were no more issues with the nails and cleaned up the area.
Good as new.
The valley on this ranch had one nasty leak that was causing serious damage. The leak damaged the roof, the decking underneath and the base of the wall nearby. The leak was so bad that it caused algae to grow! Who knew one little leak could do so much?
Jose went out to see what was happening. Turns out, the flashing around this dead valley had definitely seen better days. We decided to remove the damaged shingles and flashing and install new wood. Then we added ice and water shield to this area, as it was prone to leaks. We finished off by adding new flashing to keep it from leaking in the future.
No more leaky valley!
After recent hail storms, this customer noticed that some of his ridge cap shingles looked beat up. They were concerned that the hail had destroyed their roof. We sent out Phil Bauman to take a look. Thankfully, there was no serious hail damage. The ridge cap just needed to be replaced.
We removed the damaged ridge cap across one section of the roof and replaced it with new ridge cap. Looks good as new.
The best part? A happy customer!
This client had a nasty leak right near a pipe boot extending from the roof. We provided a detailed inspection, allowing us to pinpoint the problem and effectively remedy it! We removed the base from the 3-4" furnace flue and surrounding shingles on back left corner of garage, then installed an Ice/H2O Shield in repair area. Finally, we installed a new base and collar for flue to fit properly and reshingled the area. After cleanup, this resident has a roof that will protect them from years to come!
The flashing around this dormer had deteriorated so the homeowner called for an estimate. We came out and fixed it by removing the shingles and the remaining flashing. We installed ice and water shield. Then we installed step flashing. We also repaired 2-10 shingles. We finished up by shingling the area properly.
This roof was in fine condition. It was just looking a little dingy. Bone Dry Roofing came out and gave it a nice sprucing up job.
We started by protecting bushes and landscaping as needed.We cleaned 10 squares of roofing on the left side of the house along the driveway with water/bleach solution. Then we haul away debris.
This roof looks show room new again!
Bone Dry Roofing came out to give a general inspection of the roof. When we go there, we discovered this pipe boot had been caulked over way too many times.
We fixed this by replacing the 3" lead pipe boot and surrounding shingles. Then we inspected for bad wood, replacing as needed. Next, we installed Ice/H2O shield in repair area along with new neoprene pipe boot and new shingles. We finished up by sealing loose shingles and hauling away all debris.
Another properly protected roof from the pros at Bone Dry!
During a general roof inspection, Louie Leger noticed that the shingles were coming apart at the corner. We fixed this problem by removing shingles above the area that's coming apart. Then we replaced wood around that area as needed so the wood matches up. Next we added ice and water shield over area. Then we re-shingled properly. We finished up by sealing down the repair areas and cleaning up all debris. Another job well done for the pros at Bone Dry!
Bone Dry Roofing came out to inspect this leaking roof. Adoon discovered that the the valley above the bay window was causing problems. We fixed this right up by removing shingles from 17' valley on left side of home next to the chimney. We installed ice and water shield. Then we re-shingled properly.
No more leaks and the roof looks great!
Replace 9 ft of counter flashing on Chimney
Remove shingles on all side of chimney
Inspect for bad wood replace as needed ($45 per sheet plywood)
Clean and prep area for new repairs
Install Ice water shield going up the the chimney and the roof it self
Install new 4x4 step flashing and counter flashing properly
Seal all expose nail heads and seal down shingles around repair areas
We replaced a 10' storm collar on a chimney flue. We removed the cap properly and carefully since we would be using it again. Next we removed the existing storm collar so we could clean and prep the area. We installed a new 10” storm collar. We finished up by replacing one missing tab next to the chimney flue and replacing two plastic pipe boots.
Customer called us out because they wanted an emergency tarp before the rains hit. We were able to get the repair done before mother nature took over. We removed the shingles from front left valley and installed ice and water shield membrane. Then we installed new shinlges to match as close as possible.
Bone Dry went out to fix a leaking valley. We started by removing shingles from 13' valley on the back of house adjacent to dormer wall. Then we inspected for bad wood and replaced as needed. We added Ice and Water Shield to each side of the valley. We finished up by re-shingling properly. All in a day's work at Bone Dry!
We started by removing 14' of flashing from dormer wall. Then we inspected for bad wood and replaced as needed. Next, we installed Ice and Water Shield to repair area. Then we installed 14' of new flashing to dormer wall. We finished up by re-shingling properly.
Bone Dry Roofing came out and fixed the leaking flashing. We did this by removing approximately 14' of counter flashing from brick chimney on left side of house. Then we inspected for bad wood and replaced as needed. Next, we installed Ice and Water Shield to repair area. Then we ground in and properly installed approximately 14' of new black counter flashing to brick chimney. We finished up by re-shingling properly, properly sealing areas affected by repair and cleaning up. Another job well done by the pros at Bone Dry!
Emergency Roof Repair
Shingle lifting and peeling. When shingles lift up over time, it needs to be repaired to prevent water roof leakage.
It doesn't matter what kind of roof material is on your roofing, getting it maintained is needed and here is why:
Regular roof maintenance keeps your roof in great condition and can even extend its life, so you have less expense and stress of a full roof replacement until it's truly needed.
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Bone Dry Roofing is available to fix your roofing whether it's a shingle concern or emergency storm damage tarping and repair.
Contact us today to see what our roof repair services can do for you. We work in Louisville, Clarksville, Mount Washington, New Albany, Jeffersonville, Bardstown, Elizabethtown, Simpsonville, Pewee Valley, Prospect and nearby.
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