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What causes a roof to leak?

Roof leaks can be caused by a wide range of damage to your roof. If the roof itself is actually leaking, the leak is probably due to deterioration caused by hail, wind, tree branches and debris, or animals. Often, however, people think they have a leak in their roof when really another source of moisture is causing the problem. For example, sometimes condensation inside an attic, caused by high humidity levels, can imitate a leak. Chimneys can become cracked and discolored and may seem to indicate a leak, or siding can fall off your home and let water into the house.

No matter how your leak was caused, the Austin roofers at AAA Mustang Roofing can help. To schedule a free roofing estimate or to speak with a representative about fixing the leak in your roof, contact our offices at 512-650-9866.


I first became acquainted with Zane Nixon, owner of AAA Mustang Roofing, when our metal roof was severely damaged in a hailstorm. Our house is large and has over 30 separate roof surfaces, with an equivalent number of edges and valleys. Zane and his crew completed the work in less than two weeks, and it is flawless. They even repaired several areas that suffered structural damages.

Just recently a flash flood on the day following hurricane Hermine caused significant damage to the first story of the house. I called Zane and he was here within 30 minutes and stayed until midnight. Using squeegees, towels and a shop vacuum, we managed to save the rugs and furniture. However, the walls required substantial repairs. Zane worked closely with our insurance adjuster, and the wall repair work under his guidance as contractor is every bit as professional as his previous work.

I recommend AAA Mustang without reservation for any type of construction or remodeling job.

- Bert J.