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How to Locate a Roof Leak

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Even the smallest roof leak can damage your home. And if it goes unfixed for too long it can lead to mold growth, which is not only gross but also potentially dangerous to your health. That’s why locating the source of your roof leak and getting it fixed ASAP should be your top priority. Follow these five steps to find your leak fast and get it repaired quickly. Step 1: Look for the First Signs of a Roof Leak Usually the first signs of a roof leak are the sight and sound of dripping water. However, there are other telltale…

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