Protect Your Family With a Reliable Roof

Protect Your Family With a Reliable Roof

Call a Eureka and Chesterfield, MO-area roofing contractor for roof damage repair, installation and replacement services

When you need roofing work done, you want a roofer with years of experience. The folks at STL Building & Remodeling Company have been in business for decades and will work on most types of roofs, including:


  • Residential roofs
  • Commercial roofs
  • Asphalt shingle roofs
  • EPDM & TPO


Ready to get started on your roofing project? Get in touch with our roofing company to see if we can be of assistance.

Repair your roof after a natural disaster with storm damage recovery service

Has your home in the Eureka area been damaged due to a natural disaster? Your roof likely took the brunt of the damage. Get your roof back in tip-top condition by calling STL Building & Remodeling. You can trust us to handle the repairs and assist with your insurance claim so you can get back to what matters: your family's recovery.

It's time to begin rebuilding after the storm. Call our Eureka, Missouri-based roofing contractor today at 314-254-0008 for a free estimate.

Sometimes it's obvious to see that you have a leaking roof. You may notice water dripping or dark stains start to form on your ceiling.

Sometimes the roof water leak is more subtle, showing up as a very small spot.

But, it's equally important to fix the roof leak as soon as possible to prevent more damage.

Because a bad roof leak will eventually require significant repairs both inside and outside your house.

Here are 17 things to look for:
 


  1. Water stains or damp spots on your ceiling.
  2. Moist drywall or paint around light fixtures or electrical outlets.
  3. Damp spots around interior air vents or fireplaces.
  4. Interior paint bubbling or peeling during hard rains.
  5. Dripping sounds inside your home.
  6. Water stains on rafters or on roof sheathing inside your attic.
  7. A musty house smell (especially in your attic).
  8. Curling or buckling shingles on your roof.
  9. Loose shingles laying in your yard.
  10. Loose or exposed nails on your roof.
  11. Cracked or damaged flashing around roof vents.
  12. Loose flashing or cracked sealants around your chimney.
  13. Roof rot with discolored or excessively degraded shingles.
  14. Peeling paint or rotten areas under roof eaves
  15. Clogged or loose gutters & downspouts.
  16. Debris piles in roof valleys or above chimney.
  17. Shingle granules in your gutters.