If your ceilings show visible evidence of dampness, damage, and/or sagging it’s time to call in the Universal Roofing team, for your roof inspection.
During our 25 years of roofing industry experience, all types of ceiling and roofing issues have come up. For example, many roof leaks start slowly and grow due to the thirsty ceiling insulation. Meanwhile, the occupants of the home are unaware there is an issue until they hear dripping or see signs of a leak on the ceiling. Because of this we often find unsightly issues with mold and dampness when conducting our initial inspections. Most importantly, one must remember once mold, dampness, or sagging are noticeable on the ceiling panels, it may be too late. After these issues become visible on the interior of the house, the subsequent damage to the underlying roof structure such as the roof timbers is usually beyond repair and requires replacement.
Best Practice For Ceiling Inspections:
Consequently, best practice dictates that you get your roof and ceilings inspected every 3 years. In addition, your roofing company should check the condition of your waterproofing and roof ridges during their roof inspection.
However, if you do need ceiling repairs or replacement as a result of delayed roof maintenance. Universal Roofing specialises in the repair and installation of all ceilings types including:
- Skimmed plastered rhino board ceilings
- Bulkhead ceilings
- Bishop strip rhino board ceilings
- Timber tongue and groove ceilings
- Pvc ceilings
- as well as Iso-board ceilings including standard and mounded ceiling cornices.
In addition to ceiling repairs and installations, we are a full-service roof repair and waterproofing company. In other words not only do we fix any issues with your ceiling but, we can also fix the issues with your roof that caused the ceiling damage.
To sum it up, don’t delay your ceiling inspection until it is too late. Contact Universal Roofing today to ensure you avoid unnecessary repair work.