Atlanta’s Roof Repair Experts

AquaGuard has worked hard for 25 years to keep Atlanta homes safe and dry from head to toe—from the roof to your foundation. Water damage can wreak havoc on a home, and improperly channeled roof water is the leading catalyst for foundation and concrete issues. For years, we’ve offered waterproofing and foundation repair services for basements and crawl spaces, as well as gutter installation to safely navigate excess water away from your foundation.

After years of seeing the damage a leaking roof can inadvertently cause below, we launched a roofing division to gain access to one of the most probable entry points for moisture in your home so we can stop water damage in its tracks. When you choose AquaGuard Roofing for your roof repair, you’re choosing the peace of mind that comes with quality, professional service and the assurance that your home will be fixed right the first time with a warranty you can count on!

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Our Northern Georgia Roof Repair Services

Roofing shingles and flashing components typically last 20-25 years depending on quality of installation and the material used. However, your roof is exposed to some of the strongest forces of nature—from strong winds to large hail to the blazing summer heat. Whether your roof needs repair due to aging or weather events, AquaGuard Roofing Solutions is here to help with the roof repair services that meet your needs. 

Common Roof Repairs: 

  • Missing and damaged shingles replacement
  • Damaged flashing repair
  • Leaky valleys repair
  • Leaking roof/wall junctions repair
  • Hail damage repair
  • Storm damage repair
  • Wood rot repair
  • Resealing worn sealant
  • Roof patching
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How Do I Know if I Need Roof Repair?

While water can seep into your home from many sources, your roof is your home’s first line of moisture defense. Noticing the symptoms of roof damage early can be the difference between a quick roof repair and a full replacement. Some of the most common symptoms of a damaged roof are:

Common Signs of Roof Damage:

  • Ceiling spots and stains
  • Stains around bathroom fans
  • Shingle granules in gutters
  • Missing, curled, loose, or damaged shingles
  • Pitting from hail damage
  • Damage to gutters or downspouts
  • Rusted or water-stained soffits
  • Loose or missing flashing
  • Mold on exterior walls or siding
  • Moss spores on shingles
  • Rusty gutters
  • Ventilation issues

Should I Repair or Replace My Roof?

Repair when…

  • Your roof is less than 15-20 years old
  • Most shingles lay flat, and missing, shaking, or sliding shingles can be replaced
  • Your roof has an isolated leak
  • You are happy with the overall appearance of your roof

Replace when...

  • Your roof has outlived the manufactured life expectancy
  • Roof shingles show signs of expiration such as curling, cracking, and granule loss
  • Your roof has undergone excessive damage and has multiple leaks
  • Replacement would cost less than repair

Call AquaGuard for Roof Repair in Atlanta

If you’ve noticed one or more of these issues in your home, roof damage could be the culprit. AquaGuard Roofing Solutions can provide a free inspection and roof repair quote. Then, our experts will work quickly to make your roof right again.

Roof Repair FAQ

How much does it cost to repair a roof?

The typical roof repair involves sealing a leak, replacing shingles, then sealing the shingles. Thus, the cost of your roof repair will vary depending on the scope of damage. The best way to get an accurate cost estimate is to set up your free roof inspection with AquaGuard Roofing Solutions. At the end of your inspection, we’ll provide recommendations for repair and give you an accurate, no-obligation roof repair estimate. 

Does insurance cover roof repair?

Homeowners insurance typically does not cover roof repair resulting from a lack of maintenance or common wear and tear. However, some policies will cover roof leak repair if it is caused by a covered peril such as fire, vandalism, hurricanes, and tornadoes. The best way to know if your insurance company will cover your repair is speaking with your provider.