Satellite Dish Roof Leaks
By J-Conn Roofing, Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Satellite television is a wonderful addition to anyone’s list of home entertainment must-haves. While satellite dishes are great to have, they are often installed improperly on your roof, in a way that causes damage and leaks. While you see it on most homes, maybe even your own, satellite dishes should never be installed on your roof. Often times they are bolted through the roof, which causes damage to your shingles and possibly the wood decking underneath. These holes allow water to leak in and cause further damage to your roof and home such as rotted wood and interior water damage. Satellite dishes should be fastened or bolted to the fascia board, trim, or siding.

When having a new satellite dish installed make sure you let the installers know where you want them to install the dish. Believe it or not, many of them think it is okay to bolt the dish through the roof. If you already have a satellite dish that is bolted through your roof, you may want to consider having it removed and properly reinstalled in an alternate location. After doing so, you will need to have the area of shingles repaired where the dish was bolted through the roof by a professional roofing company like J-Conn Roofing &  Repair Service. J-Conn Roofing specializes in this type of inspection and repairs and will have your roof fixed up in no time! J-Conn Roofing uses the best roofing products and best roofing practices for all repairs. You can call J-Conn Roofing for any type of roof repair at 512-479-0510.