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Types of Roofing Repairs

Types of roofing or material will also impact the price of repairs. For example, some kinds of roofs, like an especially steep option or one that’s more custom, will need additional labor, safety precautions, and material. Those additional measures will affect time, and a longer repair time will typically cost more money.

Roof repair is necessary after a storm because water damages the shingles or tiles. The damaged material will fall off and cause leaks. This leads to mold growth, which can affect the health of those living inside the house.

Here we discuss some repair types before spending a lot of money.

There are two types of roofing repairs: minor repairs and major repairs. Find out what repairs your roof needs before spending a lot of money.

1. Minor Repairs
There is a range of $150 to $1,500 for minor repairs. The repairs require only a few essential tools and materials, and they do not require specialized knowledge or training. When in doubt about any aspect of the repair or worried about safety precautions, consult a professional. Ignoring or performing an incorrect roof repair can lead to a significant issue.

Common minor repairs include:


cleaning of guter by yourself

Gutter cleaning with a vacuum

Gutter cleaning

Patching small leaks

Replacing missing or cracked shingles


2. Major roof Repairs

Depending on where you live in Houston, the average price for a new roof could be anywhere from $6,000 to $8,500. However, the average price per square foot varies depending on your zip code, while a large roof repair can cost a couple of thousand dollars. If you are hiring a professional, their labor will typically cost between $45 and $75 per hour.  they may also require permits and inspections throughout the repair process. Any repairs needing extensive electrical, plumbing, HVAC, or engineering work are considered significant. Also included are repairs for structural failures (potential and realized), any renovations to your roof or the structure of your house, and any fixing of safety hazards.

common types of roof major repairs include:


Extensive water damage

Electrical wiring problems

Extensive treatment of environmentally-caused issues (mold, gas, etc.)

Roof shrinkage or roof sagging

Chimney repair

Flashing (total replacement)


3. Replacement
When your roof is more than 20 years old and has suffered significant or recurring damage, it may be necessary to replace it completely. If the roof is in good condition, it can last for more than 30 years. If you are still determining whether your roof needs a replacement or could continue without replacement after repairs, contact a professional roofing company. Representatives will often provide an initial assessment of your roof at a nominal cost.
If none of these sounds quite correct for your roof’s situation, you may need to get your roof cleaned. Regularly cleaning your roof at least once a year (or more, depending on the climate) helps reduce your need for future repairs, maintains your roofing, and keeps your house looking attractive. It also saves you money in the long run since it will allow you to notice and mitigate any future problems before they need repairs.
Using your home’s equity is an easy way to fund your new roof!

Replacement of roof because of major damage

Replacement of roof because of major damage

Learn More Price of  roof  Repair By Material
Roof repair costs depend significantly on the type of roofing material you have. The more expensive and uncommon the roofing, Some types of roofs are also more susceptible to certain types of damage.

NOTE: Different types of roofing material costs are measured “per square,” or how much material is necessary for 100 square feet of roofing.

The most common residential roofing material used in the United States, asphalt shingles are popular because they are economical and easy to install. These shingles can be reinforced with fiberglass or organic materials (cellulose) without changing the appearance of the shingle.

Here are some other common types of roofing

Flat Roofs

Metal Roofs

 Tile Roofs

Slate Roofs


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