Repairing a metal roof typically involves identifying the source of the problem, preparing the damaged area, and applying a suitable patch or sealant. First, inspect the roof for damage such as holes, rust, or loose screws. Clean the area with a wire brush and remove any rust with a rust converter. Then, apply a metal patch or caulking to the area. If the damage is extensive, consider replacing sheets, gutters, or flashings where required. It’s important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and use appropriate safety equipment when working on a metal roof. All roof work should be carried out by a licensed roofing professional, to maintain warrantees and be covered by insurance.