Roof Valley Replacement
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One of the most common issues homeowners face with their roofs is damage to the valleys, the areas where two roof planes intersect. Valley damage can lead to leaks, water damage, and even structural issues if left unaddressed.

At North East Plumbing, we take pride in providing professional roof valley replacement services to homeowners like you. Our team of roof plumbing experts have years of experience in the industry, and we use only the best materials and techniques to ensure that your new roof valleys are durable, reliable, and long-lasting

How much do we charge? We charge $90 for our initial consultation which allows us to inspect any roof plumbing issues you may be facing.

If you decide to proceed with one of our fixed-price solutions, our initial $90 consultation fee is waived.

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Customers love our punctuality, professionalism and value

Exceeded my expectations!

James was absolutely professional, and he knew exactly what he was doing. He exceeded my expectations, and I was very satisfied with the outcome.

Edward Yang

Edward Yang

Great price as quoted

The guys were punctual, explained everything to me, fixed our leaking roof for a great price, exactly as quoted. Highly recommended.

Anameka Sethi

Anamika Sethi

Work quality was top notch!

It was a small job, James did the quote then offered to do the work then and there. Very happy with it, extremely professional and quality work.

Paul Peterson

Paul Peterson

Benefits of Roof Valley Replacement

Here are just some of the many benefits of having your roof valley replaced by our team of specialists:

  • Prevent water damage: When your roof valleys are damaged, water can seep through and cause significant damage to your home’s interior. Replacing your roof valleys can help prevent water from infiltrating your home, reducing the risk of mold growth and other water-related issues.
  • Increase your home’s value: A well-maintained roof is a crucial factor in your home’s overall value. By replacing your roof valleys, you’ll not only improve your roof’s functionality but also enhance your home’s curb appeal and value.
  • Save money in the long run: While replacing your roof valleys may seem like an added expense, to begin with, it can actually save you money in the long run. By preventing water damage and addressing issues early on, you can avoid more costly repairs down the line. We can also take the time to inspect your tiles and rain gutters, checking for rust and other defects, to ensure all components are functioning correctly.

  • Improve energy efficiency: Damaged roof valleys can lead to air leaks, reducing your home’s energy efficiency and driving up your energy bills. Replacing your roof valleys can help seal your roof and improve your home’s energy efficiency, saving you money on your monthly bills.
  • Comprehensive Roof Framing Inspection: While replacing roof valleys, it’s an opportune time to inspect your roof framing as well. Identifying any structural issues with your roof framing can help prevent future complications and increase the overall longevity of your roof.
Did you know?

Roof valleys were not always a part of roofing construction. In fact, early roofing designs did not include valleys, and instead relied on overlapping shingles or tiles to create a watertight seal. It wasn’t until the 18th century that valleys became a common roofing feature, with the use of metal flashings to create a watertight seal at the intersection of roof planes. Today, roof valleys are an essential component of roofing design, helping to direct rainwater and prevent leaks.

Frequently Asked Questions About Roof Valley Replacement

The lifespan of roof valleys can vary depending on several factors, including the quality of materials, installation, and maintenance. Valleys that are properly installed and maintained can last for several decades, with a lifespan of over 20 years being quite common.

However, roof valleys located under trees, especially gum trees, may have a shorter lifespan due to leaves and debris accumulating in the valley. This can create a corrosive environment that can lead to the degradation of the roofing materials, including the valley. Leaves and debris can also trap moisture, which can lead to water damage and mold growth, further reducing the lifespan of the valley.

Regular maintenance and cleaning of the roof valleys can help extend their lifespan. This includes removing leaves and debris, checking for any signs of damage, and repairing or replacing any damaged materials promptly. It’s also important to ensure proper drainage of the valley to prevent water from accumulating and causing damage.

Roof valleys can leak for several reasons, but one of the most common causes is a damaged membrane or underlayment beneath the roofing materials. The membrane or underlayment is a waterproof layer installed beneath the shingles or tiles, which helps prevent water from penetrating through the roof deck and causing leaks. Over time, these membranes can deteriorate due to weather exposure, age, or poor installation, leading to water infiltration and ultimately resulting in leaks.

Rust can also be a common cause of problems. Rust is an electrochemical process that results from the exposure of metal surfaces to moisture and oxygen. This causes the metal to corrode and weaken over time. In the case of roof valleys, rust can lead to the metal losing its structural integrity, making it more prone to leaks and damage.

Another common cause of roof valley leaks is poor flashing installation or maintenance. Flashing is a material that is installed at the intersection of the roof and the walls, chimneys, or skylights to provide a watertight seal. If the flashing is improperly installed or damaged, it can allow water to enter the roof valley, causing leaks and exposing your ceiling to water damage during storms.

Additionally, roof valleys can also leak if the roofing materials themselves are damaged or worn out. Over time, shingles or tiles can crack, become loose, or break apart due to weather exposure, hail damage, or poor maintenance. This can allow water to seep through and infiltrate the roof valley, leading to leaks and water damage.

A dead valley on a roof is an area where two or more slopes meet or where a roof slope meets a wall, creating a low-sloped or completely flat section of the roof. These areas are often difficult to drain, and water tends to accumulate, creating a ponding effect. Dead valleys can occur on any type of roof, but they are more common on roofs with complex designs or where additions have been made. Dead valleys are problematic because water can accumulate and remain stagnant for long periods, increasing the risk of leaks, water damage, and even mold growth. Proper installation and maintenance of flashing, gutters, and downspouts can help prevent or mitigate the negative effects of a dead valley on a roof. In severe cases, a dead valley may require complete reconstruction or installation of a drainage system to ensure proper water flow and prevent water damage.

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