Just found out the hard way that I have another roof leak. Found some clothes wet in the closet and thought the wife put them away wet. It was a very rainy weekend.
Anyhow, I ran the hose on the roof tonight and hopped into the attic. I found the leak at a horizontal seam between 2 pieces of ply-wood.
The roof is 28 years old and has had about 3 leaks, the first of which began about 4 years ago. The roof is not the typical asphalt shingles seen in Florida. It has heavy cement tiles on it. They crack easy if you don't step on them right ( I have learned this mutiple times the hard way).
I have never repaired a roof before. All I know is that a roof begins with ply wood, then either tar paper or tar or both, then the cement tiles that I have. I think this is a minor leak, but I don't know where to begin.
Is it worth it for me to do this myself?
What materials will I need?
What tools will I need?
Any information anyone can provide would be VERY VERY helpful and appreciated.