We Repair Leaking Roof Vents And Do Other Roof Repairs!
"The Maintenance Shop replaced 10 plastic roof vents on our house after we noticed water coming through our kitchen ceiling. The entire job was under $300.00 which was well worth the investment."Lori B. - Garden City, Idaho
(Taken from a review at the Better Business Bureau on .5/08/2013)
"We heard a noise in our ceiling and found a squirrel loose in our attic. It had fallen through one of the vents on our roof. Steve and crew found other vents leaking into our garage attic and changed them all in about 45 minutes. Thanks to The Maintenance Shop for a job well done"David M. - Boise, Idaho. (Taken from a review at the Better Business Bureau on 06/07/2011)
"We found The Maintenance Shop while they were replacing roof vents on our neighbors house. They inspected our vents and told us they were all intact with no viewable damage. We are afraid of heights, so we really appreciated their honesty since we couldn't inspect them ourselves. The cost to replace the plastic ones with metal was so reasonable we had them do the job anyway for piece of mind."Tina S - , Meridian, Idaho (Taken from an Email Testimonial Request)
Roof Vent Repair
Leaking Roof Vents
If plastic roof vents were installed when your home was built chances are the vents are cracked or warped from exposure to the elements and water is leaking into your attic which will eventually leak into the interior of your home. Most notice water damage on the ceiling inside their home before they have the roof vents checked. If you find one is leaking, it is a good bet the others are as well and should be replaced.
Any water damage to the insulation is evident once the roof vent is removed. The roof vent damaged in the picture was from continual exposure to heat and cold which made the plastic brittle. The holes were caused by hail. We have seen them so brittle that a squirrel that walked across one fell through and into the attic unable to excape.
Don't wait until water damage occurs to replace your plastic vents. Preventative maintenance is always the best choice.