Roof Framing Repairs
Roof building repairs consist of structural framing
beams, roof rafters, hip rafters, ridge beams, blocking, sheathing, 1 x
6 starter board and fascia board. Damage to the roof framing is
extremely rare but there are some exceptions.
Nature can provide your roof with the ultimate test. Hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, high winds, snow and rain can wreak havoc on your roof framing. We've all seen the movies, where a tornado rips the roof, right off of a house or completely destroys one home and leaves the next-door neighbors standing.
Let's not forget your friendly termites, these guys are attracted to moisture and with a small roof leak, they can also get your attention and financially after they've been there in a few years.
Home Repair Tip: Give your roof a visual inspection on a regular basis. Whenever you're outside, make it a habit to look up at your roof, to see if there are any loose or missing shingles. If you're in the attic, look for water stains on the roof framing, insulation or ceiling. Your roof protect your home and your home protects your belongings, so make sure your roof is always in good shape.
Roof Framing Damage
- Small Crack In Roof Rafter
- Damaged Roof Plywood
- Corner Roof Fascia Damage
- Roof Truss Repair
- Roof Truss Water Damage
- Support Post For Valley Beam
- Hole In Roof and Roofing
- Cut Hip Rafter Damage
- Poor Cantilever Roof Framing
- Bad Window and Roof Design
Roof Fascia Board
- Fascia Board Fell Off - Wood Rot
- Roof Fascia Section Repair
- Replaced Water Damaged Fascia Board
- Delaminating Roof Plywood
- Roof Over Hang Plywood Damage
- Exposed Nails In Roof Eave
- Long Crack Under Roof Overhang
- Shoring Up Roof Overhang Before Beam Replacement
- 2 x 4 Beam Supports