Kendall County


Roof damage is an issue that you cannot afford to take lightly. What starts as a minor, barely noticeable problem can turn into a serious issue over time, causing irreparable damage to your roof. This is why experts recommend that you should have your roof inspected by a qualified Kendall County roofer at least twice a year – ideally during spring and fall.

Since 2005, we at TTLC Roofing, Siding, & Gutters have been providing high-quality roofing solutions to the residents of Kendall County at highly competitive rates. We can install, repair, and replace a wide variety of roofs and can even assist you with roof repair and replacement claims as well.

If your roof is in need of repair or if you want a trained Kendall County roofer to inspect your roof for signs of damage, contact us today. We can inspect your roof free of cost and provide the right solution to your roofing needs.


Common Signs of Roof Damage You Should Look Out For

Damaged Shingles

If your shingles are dark and dirty, it could be a sign of trapped moisture caused by precipitation. If, on the other hand, your shingles are cracked or curled, it could be a sign that they are damaged (due to an adverse weather event) or are at the end of their lifespan.

Similarly, if you notice shingle granules in the gutter, it could be a sign that some of your shingles are worn out and need to be replaced, in which case you need to call a Kendall County roofer right away.

Mold and Moss

The presence of mold, moss, or fungi indicates that your roof is trapping moisture. If left unchecked, the mold could spread all over the roof and cause structural damage. Also, the presence of mold can affect the indoor air quality, as a result of which you could develop respiratory problems as well.

Bouncy Roof

Does your roof feel spongy or bouncy when you walk on it? If so, it could be a sign that your roof is trapping moisture and has weakened as a result.


Do you notice small puddles of water or wet spots in your home when it rains? What about water stains on the ceiling or on the walls? Is there mold or mildew growing in places where you’d least expect it? 

These are all signs of a leaky roof. A roof leak can cause serious damage to the structural integrity of the building if it isn’t fixed in a timely manner. It’s crucial to contact an experienced Kendall County roofer and get it fixed as soon as you can.

Unusually High Energy Bills

If there is a sudden, unusual increase in your energy bills, it’s a good idea to have your roof inspected by a Kendall County roofer. If your roof has cracks or holes, cool or warm air can easily leak through, making it harder for your HVAC system to maintain the right interior temperature. As a result, your energy costs might increase significantly.

Animals in the Attic

This is perhaps the most obvious sign that your roof is damaged. If you notice the presence of squirrels, birds, rats, or other animals in the attic, there is a good chance that your roof is damaged.

Animals can damage your roof by chewing and clawing their way through its structure.

Need a Reliable Kendall County Roofer? Contact Us Today!

If you notice any of the aforementioned signs of roof damage, contact TTLC Roofing, Siding, & Gutters right away. Our roofing professionals are highly skilled, well trained, and have years of experience in installing, repairing, and maintaining a wide range of roofs.

We take immense pride in the fact that we take the strictest possible measures to ensure the safety of our crew as well as the clients we serve. All our roofers are trained to complete even the most complicated of tasks in the shortest time period possible. All without taking any unnecessary risks.

Once our job is done, we will comb your property for debris and leftover objects that might pose a safety hazard to occupants. We won’t leave your property unless we are absolutely sure that we have exceeded your expectations.

To schedule a free roof inspection and have all your roofing-related questions answered, call us today at 815-205-1500 or reach us online.