Is it Time for Skylight Repair?

skylight repairDo you have a skylight installed in your kitchen or bathroom? Some homes even have these lovely features in bedrooms and living spaces. Unfortunately, skylights don’t last forever. Eventually, you may need skylight repair. Skylights can be damaged during inclement weather or merely deteriorate over time. Fortunately, you won’t need a complete roof replacement to address the problems you’re experiencing. Here are several indications that it’s time to contact a professional skylight and roof repair contractor.

Water Damage

One of the clearest indicators that it’s time for skylight repair is the presence of water damage. This is noticeable in the form of a damp ceiling, discoloration, or drywall bubbling. All of these signs indicate there is unwanted water leaking through your skylight. So you should call a professional roofer for repairs.

Cracking

While skylights are quite durable, it is possible for the glass pane to become damaged, especially if you’ve experienced inclement weather recently. If you notice cracks in the glass, contact a roofing contractor for skylight repair right away.

Drafts

Even if you haven’t noticed water damage or cracking on or around your skylight, it’s still possible you need repairs. If you’ve experienced drafts, especially in the rooms where your skylight is located, it’s possible your windows are the culprits. Have a professional examine your skylight if drafts have been, or are becoming, an issue in your home.

Do You Need Professional Skylight Repair?

If you’ve noticed leaking, cracks, or drafts on or around your skylight, it may be time to call a roofing professional for assistance. Tile Pro Roofing is here to assist you with all of your skylight repair needs and inquiries. To receive a free quote today, visit our website or call (425)224-3539. We’ll be happy to discuss your project or schedule an appointment for your repairs.

Edited by Justin Vorhees

Skylight Repair

Twenty years serving Bellevue, Bothell, Issaquah, Kenmore, Kirkland, Mercer Island, Redmond, Sammamish, North Seattle, and Woodinville