Roof Repair & Replacement
Usually, a roof in the Roy area will last between about 15-25 years. Different roofs wear In different ways and at different rates, so the time that you will need a full roof replacement will be determined by your individual roof. Some factors that may have in impact on the lifespan of your roof are:
It is often difficult for homeowners to identify when their roof needs repair or replacement. Without knowing that there are problems, a homeowner obviously doesn’t know that a replacement or repair is needed. Usually, roofs are inaccessible for people, and so problems need to be large enough that they can be seen from a distance, usually meaning that significant damage has occurred. As an example, in order for a water leak to be noticed, the water must be seeping through layer after layer of your roof before entering you’re attic and dripping out through your ceiling. Not only is there water damage, there is also likely to be mold and rot that has set in as the water penetrated each layer.
Signs That a Full Replacement May Be the Best Option For Your Roof
Because it is difficult to assess the amount and severity of roof damage, you will likely need to schedule a free consultation with a roofing company. The company will send out an inspector who can diagnose the problem and recommend a solution. Although a consultation is needed to know for sure what the problem is, there are some signs that can alert you to problems that may require a replacement. These are:
A full replacement may not be necessary to fix your roof. Some issues may be solved with just a repair. One of our experienced contractors can come out to assess your roof and give you a free estimate of what your roof will need to get back into tip top shape. A consultation is needed, but some signs of problems that may be resolved with repairs are:
**Please Note: Without proper training and safety equipment, climbing on your roof is very dangerous. Never climb onto your soon to inspect it, this is very dangerous and you could be seriously injured.