We all know the weather in Idaho can be a little… indecisive. We get everything from wind and hail storms, heavy snow and extreme heat. All of that inclement weather does significant damage to the roofs of our homes — sometimes without us even realizing it. Roof repair is one of the many roofing services we offer at ID Roofing in Idaho. Whether you have an unexpected leak, wind damage or your roof shingles are simply battered and broken, our team of residential roofers can find the source of the issue and address it with experience and professionalism. Reach out to our team today to get an estimate.

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Your roof can experience an array of issues that warrant the assistance of a professional roofing team. The sooner you address these issues and schedule a residential roof repair service, the less you’ll have to spend in emergency costs later down the road. ​ Below, we’ve listed some of the most common residential roof repair issues you might experience as a homeowner in the Idaho area.


If your roof was poorly installed, you’ll likely experience a world of problems — specifically, more roof repair issues than the average homeowner and a lower lifespan for your roof. Hire a professional roofer to ensure your roof was correctly installed.


We get it all here in Idaho — wind, rain, snow, sleet, hail and ice. These weather conditions can lead to moisture build-up under the layers of our roofs, which can cause issues such as molding, rotting and leakage.


The trees that hang above or near your home may be an ideal way to add natural beauty to your landscaping, but they can wreak havoc on your rooftop. From their leaves clogging up your gutter system to entire tree branches falling on your roof, it’s important to properly maintain the larger trees surrounding your home to prevent serious roof damage.


When you ensure your roof and attic have proper ventilation, you’ll extend the overall lifespan of your roof and create an energy efficient air movement throughout your home. If you ignore your roof’s ventilation, you’ll notice damage to your rafters and shingles, insulation problems, sheathing, molding issues and more.


When your roof membrane shrinks, you’ll likely notice cracks in the upper layer of your roof. When this occurs, you’ll notice blistering, splitting and surface erosion of your shingles, which will inevitably lead to bigger repair issues down the road.


It’s important to have a professional roofer perform routine maintenance on your roof to prolong its lifespan and ensure everything is working as normal. When you invest in regular maintenance, you can often catch minor roof issues before they become major emergencies. When you don’t, though, you’ll likely get hit with an expensive, emergency residential roof repair service since you weren’t aware of the condition of your roof.