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Milwaukee Leaky Roof Services

Roof Leak Repair Servicein Wisconsin

Our professional leak repair service can diagnose and fix any type of roof leak quickly. Our technicians will inspect your roof, pinpoint the source of the leak, and make seamless repairs. We have experience with all roof types from asphalt shingles to metal roofs and can repair flashing, vents, seams, and more. You can count on quality workmanship and materials. Stop putting up with roof leaks and potential water damage. Contact our leak repair experts today for a free quote!

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Wisconsin's #1 contractors for roof leak repairs

Our professional roof repair contractors are sprawled across the entire state, with offices in Appleton, Madison, and Milwaukee. No matter where you are, our team can get to you, fix your leaking roof, and keep you dry.

Get fast estimates when you send in pictures of your leaky roof

Our unique contact page allows you to send us information and pictures of your roof leak. Fill out the form, include some photos of the issue, and we will quickly get back to you with an estimate of how much the fix will cost.


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Best Warranty in the roofing industry

Every Infinity roof is covered by our exclusive lifetime workmanship warranty:

  • Ensures the manufacturer’s warranty remains VALID with perfect installation to exact manufacturer specifications (9 out of 10 new roofs installed today can’t pass a simple warranty inspection due to shoddy workmanship which VOIDS the manufacturer’s warranty)
  • Lifetime workmanship warranty covers the duration of the product’s life
  • Over 20,000 warrantied roofs in SE Wisconsin

A warranty like Infinity's would BANKRUPT the average roofer by sheer volume of free roof repairs. Infinity’s roofing-industry-best warranty thrives because mistakes are vanishingly rare and remedied without hesitation at a cost of 0 dollars and 0 cents to the customer. You’ll pay nothing and receive the best customer service LONG after you have paid us for the project.

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Common signs of a leaking roof

Aside from the obvious (water pouring from your ceiling), there are some more subtle signs that your roof might have a leak, including:

If you notice any of these signs, you should contact a Wisconsin roof repair contractor immediately.

What to do if your roof is leaking

While you’re waiting for a professional roof leak repair team to arrive, there are some steps that you can take to mitigate the damage:

  1. Locate the source of the leak: Try to determine where the water is coming in from. Look for water stains or dampness on your ceiling or walls and follow the trail of water to its source.
  2. Contain the leak: Place a bucket or container under the leak to catch the water and prevent it from causing further damage.
  3. Protect your belongings: Move any furniture or valuables away from the leak to prevent them from getting wet. Place buckets, pots, or other containers on the ground to prevent the leak from ruining your carpet or flooring.
  4. Temporary fix: If you cannot get a roofer to fix the issue immediately, you can use a temporary fix like roofing tape or a tarp to cover the damaged area and prevent water from entering your home. Remember to empty buckets often and pop any water bubbles that form on the ceiling.
  5. Document the damage: If the leak has caused damage to your home, take photos and document the damage for insurance purposes.

How long can you leave a leaking roof?

It's not recommended to leave a leaking roof for an extended period of time. A leaking roof can cause serious damage to the structure of the building and the interior of the home, including damage to ceilings, walls, insulation, and electrical wiring. Additionally, a leaking roof can lead to mold and mildew growth, which can be harmful to your health. It's best to contact a professional roofing contractor soon as possible to minimize the damage and prevent any health hazards.

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