The best in the business at ceiling leak detection and repair

There are many reasons a ceiling can leak. If you hire a roofer to fix it, they will be viewing the project through a very narrow lens and, if it’s not a roof leak, you’ll have paid for nothing. Your ceiling leak may be coming from the roof, but it may also be a plumbing or waterproofing issue, or something else. With expertise in finding and repairing leaks throughout the home and building envelope, our Philadelphia leak detection and repair team looks at all factors in order to stop your leak, for good.

Your local ceiling leak experts

With comprehensive expertise across roofing, plumbing, and interior and exterior waterproofing, we have the knowledge to diagnose and repair even the most mysterious leaks. Sit back and let us do what we are great at: fixing leaks.

We put you back in control of your leak problem

We’ll keep you informed every step of the way. With pictures and videos that document the specific causes and effects of your individual leak, a comprehensive Leak Report including a full repair plan, and consistent status updates, you can relax, because you’re in control of every step of the decision-making process.

We’ll take care of you from first drip to final fix

From leak detection and repair, to restoration and cosmetic repairs to get your house back to its original condition, we’ve got you covered. We are the last company you will need to hire to fix your water problems — when we’re done, it’ll be like the leak never existed.

Potential Causes of Ceiling Leaks

While it’s common to think that a leaky ceiling is due to roof issues, this isn’t always true. The cause might not even be related to your roof at all. There are many, many potential reasons for a ceiling leak, but here are some common causes that we’ve found in Philly homes:

Leaking or Burst Pipes

Water leaks on your ceiling might be caused by issues with your plumbing such as a leaking or burst pipe, and can often be mistaken for a roof leak.

Roof Damage

Damage to roof shingles, tiles, or underlayment, often caused by severe weather or aging, can lead to water seeping through the roof and into the ceiling.

Faulty Waterproofing

Inadequate or deteriorating waterproofing in areas like bathrooms and laundry rooms, or around windows and doors, can allow moisture to seep into the ceiling, causing leaks.

Clogged Gutters

During winter, gutters and downspouts often become blocked with debris like leaves, twigs, and dirt. If they are clogged, rain water cannot flow properly and may end up seeping inside.

Condensation Buildup

Inadequate ventilation, insulation, or an overly high setting on your whole-house humidifier can lead to excess moisture in your home, particularly in the attic.

How It Works

To find the best solution for your home, our Philadelphia leak experts will guide you through each step of our leak detection process, and answer any questions or concerns to keep you informed and in control. From our free consultation, to our thorough leak detection process and comprehensive Leak Report, through to repairing the leak and restoring the home to its original condition, we’re with you every step of the way to a leak-free home.

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