5 Signs You May Need a New Roof
Modern shingles are produced for durability and longevity, but that doesn’t mean they’re meant to last forever.
Your Roof’s Age
Modern shingles are durable and long-lasting, but that doesn’t mean they’re meant to last forever. Many factors can contribute to the deterioration of your shingles. If your roof is 20-plus years old, then you might want to consider replacing it.
Shingles Are Curling
If your shingles are curling, cupping, missing granules, cracked, or just looking old and worn out then you might want to consider replacing your roof. Also, be on the lookout for dark streaks. This could be a sign of a much bigger problem that will likely lead to you needing to replace your roof.
Neighbors Replace Their Roof
If you are unaware how long it’s been since the roof on your current house has been replaced, a good gauge is to check in with your neighbors. The chances are good that if others in your neighborhood are opting for a new roof, then it might be time to look at options for updating yours as well.
Moss growth can occur due to low sunlight and moist climate, presenting problems beyond esthetics. Moss can hold moisture against your roof and can cause severe damage during the winter months. Merely removing the moss is just one step you should take. Be prepared to treat your roof, so the moss does not return the following season.
Stains and Leaks
Water stains on your ceiling are often an indication that there is an issue with your roof. Water seeping down through the tiles can cause all kinds of damage, including providing a breeding ground for dangerous molds. It’s best to address these issues immediately as the damage will only escalate if left unchecked.
Whether you need a new roof, an emergency repair, or a new addition we are here for you. Reach out to us today for a free estimate on any of our services.