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Why hire a shed roof repair service through Airtasker?

You should hire this repair service for your convenience and peace of mind. With Airtasker, you don’t have to frantically look for someone to repair your shed while it continues to take in water and the damage to your shed and its contents get worse. You can find a skilled Tasker fast, and they can get the job done within the day if the repair job is minor.

All you need to do is get on our platform and post your job with all the relevant details. Mention what sort of shed you have, the repairs needed, your location and budget. Taskers will come to you and give you a free quote.

After you agree on the price, your hired repairman goes to your address and fixes your shed roof, and then you can release the payment only after the job’s done. Don’t let your shed roof damage worsen, use that pink button and hire a shed roof repair service now!

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For one, you don’t have to waste time looking for an available nearby handyman around the neighbourhood. You can hire a nearby Tasker by using your phone, desktop or laptop. A skilled Tasker can get the job done within the day if the needed repairs are minor. Enjoy a worry-free payment method with a credit card registered on our secure platform.
You don’t have to supply any tools or equipment for your shed roof repair service. Your hired handyman already have the tools and equipment with which to provide the service. You only need the materials to do the repairs, such as roof felt, shingles, nails and timber for rafters or premade rafters. But if you have any tools or equipment that can make the job easier, feel free to lend these to them.
Yes! If you are a tradesman that offers this and other services like roofing, carpentry, decking and shed installation and repair and need a helping hand, you can hire Taskers to assist you. It’s also possible to hire a Tasker if you need assistance in simple DIY repairs on your roof shed. Be clear on what you want your Tasker to do to avoid any confusion.  
If the roof isn’t fixed, the shed and gardening tools stored there can get damaged from every time rainwater leaks in. The shed itself will have more costly issues, the longer it remains unrepaired. You can lose expensive equipment (such as your lawnmower), and this can become a health hazard. Rainwater can create excess moisture and promote mould growth, potentially causing allergies and respiratory problems.
Yes, you can do the repairs yourself with a shed roof repair kit, but only if the damage is minor. For more severe damage and bigger shed repair jobs, you’d best hire a more skilled and experienced handyman or tradie. A DIY patch-up job may not be enough to fix the damage and be insufficient to prevent leaks in the future.

What do shed roof repair services include?

Shed roof repair services include all the tasks required to fix your outdoor shed’s damaged roof and prevent further damage to the shed’s interiors and contents. Whether it’s to replace your repair shed’s roof felt, repair shed roof leaks or re-roof your garden shed, a skilled handyman can do it.

Your handyman finds and removes damaged portions of the shed roof, whether it’s a few shingles or sections of roof felt. They can also remove rafters or trusses that have wood rot, then install new shingles, sections of roof felt or timber parts as needed. 

Finding damaged sections

Taskers can look for your shed roof’s damaged sections by examining the roof from the inside or climbing on the roof if possible. Your handyman can get on the roof and survey the damage, taking care not to step on the broken sections. They can check the shed’s interiors for leaks and mould growth. After the inspection, they recommend the repairs and needed materials.   

Removing damaged roof parts

Your shed roof repair specialist proceeds with the repairs. They can do this whether it’s a shingle roof or felt roof. For a shingle roof, the roof repair specialist removes only the damaged shingles and leaves the undamaged shingles alone. As for a felt roof, the Tasker can cut out only the damaged sections and avoids removing the intact felt sections.   

Installing new roof sections

After removing the damaged shingles or sections of roof felt, your shed repair specialist can go ahead with installing their replacement shingles or felt roof sections. Should your shed roof also have damaged rafters, they remove and replace these as well. Note that instead of a patch-up job for a damaged felt roof, your handyman may suggest replacing all the felt with an entirely new roll to minimise future damage. 

Replacing the shed roof

If the damage to your shed roof is so severe that it warrants replacing the entire roof, handymen can do this as well. Your shed repair specialist can remove all the parts of the roof down to their rafters if necessary. Some repair specialists can fabricate new rafters if supplied with the right timber, or you may have to purchase new rafters for them to install. They can put on new rafters, new timber panels, shingles and felt as appropriate and nail them down.