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For over twenty years, MLW All Phase Construction has been providing the Danielsville, GA area with full service construction services, becoming locals’ most trusted roofing experts. We’ve been professionally performing all types of roofing services, from installing a brand new shingle roof to repairing a metal roof after a bad storm, since way back in 1995. Our experience in the area means we know how to meet your roofing needs.

Best Roof Services in Danielsville, GA

  • Roof Replacement

  • Storm Damage Roof Repair

  • Roof Maintenance

  • Commercial Roofing Services

  • New Roof Installation

WHY CHOOSE US

  • As a local roof contractor for years, we maintain certification with the local Better Business Bureau to maintain the trust of our valued Georgia customers.
  • We’re a full service roofing contractor and construction company, so we can handle all roofing and remodeling services from maintenance, to installation, to debris clean up.
  • All our roofing experts are fully licensed, bonded, and insured to work in the Danielsville, GA and surrounding area.

All About Danielsville, GA

As the seat of Madison County, Georgia, Danielsville is a quaint small town with a lot to offer folks who want to visit as well as local homeowners. The village was founded way back in 1821 and named for General Allen Daniel, a leader in the Georgia Militia. Though rich in history dating back to that era, Danielsville remains a small town with a population of under one thousand. There are many nearby attractions that make this a lovely visit in the greater Athens, GA area.

The Sandbar is a fun recreational center on the Broad River offering kayaking and other water attractions such as swimming and picnicking. You can also enjoy the beautiful natural scenery from an inner tube in a river at Slow Water or Watson Mill Bridge State Park. This area of the Peach State has many waterways and places to explore natural beauty, but visitors and locals alike get to enjoy the vibrant nightlife and shopping experiences in nearby Athens, GA as well. With over 75 bars in the University of Georgia area and countless local cafes, Athens has a lot of fun experiences available. For unique interactive fun, there’s escape rooms and even a horror/comedy experience at Zombie Farms!

DIY roof repairs to minimize water damage after a storm

These 3 steps can help you minimize water damage to your home while you wait for a roof replacement or roof repair.

No time is ever a good time for your roof to begin failing. As a homeowner, roof problems are often the cause of major headache. Whether your roof is getting moldy, springing a leak, has lost or curling shingles or is letting unwanted visitors inside, a roof with problems warrants professional help. But sometimes your roofing contractor is not able to get to your roofing problem right away, perhaps because they are booked or it is a holiday. In some cases, you may need to perform a temporary roof repair yourself until your roofers can get to your job.

1) Cover Your Roof with a Tarp

One of the quickest and most inexpensive ways you can temporarily repair your roof in an emergency is to cover the area that is involved with a plastic tarp. Find one that is intended for outdoor use and is large enough to cover the whole area that is affected. Pull the edges of the tight down tightly, smoothing it out. Nail the edges down, covering the nail heads with roofing cement to keep rain from leaking into your home.

If nailing your tarp to your roof is not something you are comfortable with, many tarps come with grommets around the edge, which can be used to tie it in place. Use strong twine or rope to tie the grommet to a sturdy location.

Also remember that it is not advisable to use bricks or weights around the edges of a tarp. It can be a hazard – especially if one falls down from the roof onto a person below.

2) Fix Loose, Curling or Missing Shingles

If you have loose, curling or missing shingles, you can temporarily adhere them back to your roof. Remember this fix is not permanent and will only last for a short time. Follow the following steps to perform this temporary repair:

  • Straighten out curling shingles by using a heat gun to soften them. Glue them down with roofing cement.
  • Loose shingles can be slid back under the bottom edge of the above row of shingles. Then you can nail them down with 6d galvanized nails. Cover nail heads with roofing cement.
  • Any cracked or worn looking joints can also use an application of roofing cement.

3) Contact a trusted local roofing contractor

Remember that the first two tips are only temporary and that reaching out to a trusted roofing contractor, like MLW Construction & Roofing, is the best way to prevent thousands of dollars worth of damage to your home.