Providing Roof Repair in HuNTSVILLE, AL and nearby

Hazel Green, AL; Owens Cross Roads, AL; Tullahoma, TN; Winchester, TN & Beyond

Residents in Huntsville, Madison, Decatur, Hazel Green, and Owens Cross Roads, AL, as well as the neighboring towns of Tullahoma and Winchester, TN know that this area is prone to severe weather. From tornadoes to thunderstorms, it’s important to be prepared for whatever Mother Nature might throw our way. One way to help weatherproof your home is to check your roof flashings. Flashings are usually made out of plastic or sheeted metal that protects the creases between house fixtures like skylights, chimneys, and especially the roof. Venting pipes also have them, usually underneath the roofing material. Over time, these flashings can become loose or damaged, allowing water to seep in and causing damage to your roof. You can tell that you’re going to have a problem with the flashing if it is worn, a bit loose, or even cracked. This will make the area around the fixture vulnerable to downpours.

If you notice any of these problems with your flashings, it’s best to call a professional roofing company to take a look and make the necessary roof repairs. Huntsville, AL and the surrounding areas of Madison, Decatur, Hazel Green, and Owens Cross Roads, AL, as well as the surrounding areas of Tullahoma and Winchester, TN, are located in a tornado alley, so it’s especially important to make sure that your home is in good condition and can withstand strong winds and severe weather. Contact our team of local roofers today to schedule your roof repairs in the Huntsville, Madison, Decatur, Hazel Green, and Owens Cross Roads, AL, as well as the neighboring communities of Tullahoma and Winchester, TN!


The elements, branches falling from nearby trees, and animals climbing on rooftops can sometimes create noticeable punctures and holes in your roof. It’s a bad idea to fix this yourself since a lot of the steps for repairing this involve reframing the affected part of the roof. This job is best handled by reliable roofing contractors like 2nd2None Roofing & Construction. After we do the required roof repair, we will install a new layer of roof sheathing, then roofing paper, then the shingles. It’s a bad idea to temporarily cover the hole with some piece of material since this will only let moisture in and make your problem even worse to the point that you might need a costly roof replacement.


One issue you may notice during your roof examination is physical roof damage known as blistering and splitting. Blistering and splitting usually occur in built-up roof membranes with shingles. While you don’t always need to repair blisters or splits, there are times when it’s necessary. They’re particularly problematic once shingle roofing is heated excessively, causing the felt to slide and accelerating the aging of the shingles as a result.

Blow-offs primarily occur when flashing is poorly connected to a roof. This may also happen with gravel and fasteners in hot hydrocarbon and torch-applied flat roofing systems. Different causes of blow-off include improper installation, nails in the wrong places, and winds that are well beyond the rating of the roof manufacturer. You will usually see this happen with asphalt shingle roofing. Therefore, continually check after a storm or high winds. You don’t want to wait too long and find yourself with a lot of missing shingles. Be particularly cautious with lightweight kinds of shingle roofing like asphalt shingles. Tile or slate roofing may better stand up to high winds. However, they will also break. The method of repairing blow-off damage typically involves replacing the missing shingles, thus you’re staring at a significant cost in repairs, depending on the kind of shingles you have.

For more information or a free estimate, call us at (256) 479-7575.