Look at age first
How Old Is Your Roof?
Consider the age and type of roof currently on your home. You may need to refer to your records to make sure you have an accurate number. A roof at the end of its lifespan will need to be replaced to ensure the safety of your home. Depending on the material your roof is, you can expect it to have a lifespan of roughly:
- Metal Roofing: 70 years
- Shingle Roofing: 15 to 30 years
Consider Existing Wear
How Much Damage is Too Much?
Some damage can be repaired. Extensive or severe damage, however, will require a full replacement. Your roofing contractor will conduct an inspection to determine the severity of the damage. This will deteremine if you need a repair or replacement.
Easy to Spot Damage
Signs to Reroof Your Home
Look at These Spots
Checking For Hail Damage
Neighbors Had Damage
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Your roof may be hiding less obvious signs of wear and tear. A hail storm or other damage sustained by your roof can lead to structural damage. If your roof doesn’t show any obvious signs of damage but you’re still concerned, contact us to schedule a roof inspection.
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