Your roof gets on with its job brilliantly. It is so good that all too often it's importance gets overlooked. That is until it becomes a problem, and that problem invariably comes in the form of a leak. The first signs, of course, are damp ceilings, but most people rarely look up enough to see the damp appearing on the roof. It's not until puddles appear on the floor that people realise their roof is beginning to fail. Worst of all is the knowledge that, for water to get inside the house, the leak is either substantial or more established than you think.
If your roof does spring a leak (either through old age or perhaps due to heavy winds or other storm damage), you can call on the services of your local roofer – someone who will come out and fix your leaking roof for you. There are expert roofing contractors all over the country, so finding one who can help you shouldn't be too difficult. A simple search on the internet will turn up several in your immediate location, leaving you with plenty of choice.
When selecting a roofing contractor, look for someone who has been established a number of years, someone who provides a range of services (repairs to flat as well as pitched roofs) and someone who offers free, no obligation estimates.
If you find a good one, keep hold of their number for future reference. You never know, your usually reliable roof may well let you down later in life, and this is bound to happen when you least expect it. It's nice to have a good quality local firm to call on, knowing through experience that you're not going to get poor quality service, and probably more importantly, poor quality workmanship.