How do I know if I need a new roof?
Because many factors come into play regarding a roof’s lifespan and structural integrity, a full-service roof inspection is really the only way to know if a full roof replacement is needed.
How long should my roof last?
Because regional climate, roofing material, quality of installation and even trees help to either shorten or lengthen the life of your roof, you may need to replace your roof anywhere from 15 years on the short end to 30 years on the long.
What are some signs of damage or extensive wear that I should look for?
Because of its constant exposure to sun and weather elements, your roof is going to need some type of maintenance or repair in its lifetime, probably more than just once. Look for these warning signs that require attention:
- Bald spots
- Missing shingles
- Cracked or discolored interior walls
- Peeling wallpaper
- Broken shingles
- Water stains on walls and ceilings
- Rusted or missing flashing
- Visible cracks
Does damage to my roofing mean that I need to replace it?
Fortunately, in most cases, no. Often times repair to the damaged area is often enough to correct the issue and prolong the life of your roof. Discuss your best solution with your roofing company representative.
What if my new roof still has problems? What next?
Luckily, because of the types of materials we use, we are able to honor the great warranties that manufacturers offer, therefore, your new roof and its installation costs will be covered if something didn’t go quite as planned. Ask us about our warranty options and customer satisfaction policies when you schedule your free estimate.
If you still have questions regarding roof repair, replacement or installation, we welcome your call or email. Feel free to contact our team through any means necessary and we promise a prompt and friendly response.