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5 Signs That Your Roof Needs Replacement

The condition of your roof has an impact on the overall value of your home. If you have to make a decision between replacing your roof and making a few simple repairs, you will want to contact a roof repair service that has the experience and expertise to give you sound advice. Only after a thorough professional inspection, you will be able to wisely contemplate the idea of a replacement.

Here are a few signs to indicate whether your roof may need a repair or a replacement:

1. Your roof is over 20 years old.

It will experience wear and tear, which is normal. While you can expect full protection for the majority of its service life, once it reaches a certain age, you need to be cautious. As the expert in roofing, we recommend an inspection if the system is over two decades old. This is because typical asphalt shingle roofs last between 20 and 25 years.

2. Leaking Ceiling.

One of the biggest indicators of how severe a roof problem may be is if the ceilings inside your home show any damage. Water spots and stains can indicate leaks from many different areas. If leaks are left unattended, they can lead to mold or other problems. Consider a replacement to prevent major issues in the future.

3. Weather Conditions.

Know what type of weather the roof is constantly being exposed to. This can also provide contractors an idea as to what condition the roof is really in. Extremely high temperatures and heavy rains can take their toll on a shingle one. Storms and snow can also make your roof vulnerable to damage. Fix minor repairs before any disaster happens.

4. Shingles Curling and Buckling.

Another indication that you may require a new one is when the shingles have started curling or buckling. Analyze the slopes of your home that receive direct sunlight to look out for signs of curling shingles and their missing granules. This can give information on whether or not shingles have exceeded their life expectancy and provide an idea of if a roof is defective.

5. Sunlight Through the Roof Boards.

If you experience a soft spot or trampoline bounce while walking on that, it can indicate damage in the underlying decking due to moisture. First, examine your attic to locate if there is any daylight peeping in through the roof boards. Also, ensure there is no moisture present in the insulation to get the issue resolved soon.
It’s important to look out for these signs and repair or replace your damaged roof before it causes any further problems to your property.

If your home has one or more of these problems, then give us a call.


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