Majority of our work is involved with a saggy car roof lining and we understand that this is an unattractive sight. Furthermore, this is an indication that there is damage, most often associated with the canvas, glue, or surrounding brackets. This damage can often be caused by wear and tear over time, physical force or through water-damage. What this means, is that your roof lining tends to give out, particularly the glue and along with the surrounding areas such as the plastic trims and canvas, this increases the chances of damage to these areas as they tend to be more brittle over time – the older the car the more prone it is. Sometimes there is no choice other than not to fix the liner at all without the surroundings being affected.