Should You Consider Having Your Roof Replaced this Spring?

By Roofity
In February 16, 2017
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Though it may not seem like it, spring is right around the corner. This means that it is the perfect time to consider residential roofing replacement. However, many homeowners do not know how to tell when their roof is in need of replacing. Here are a few of the signs you should look out for which indicate that you may want to consider having your roof replaced this spring.

Should You Consider Having Your Roof Replaced this Spring?Look for Damaged Shingles

Determining the condition of your roof will likely require that you go on top of your roof to visually inspect it. However, you will want to wait until the weather is clear, and it has been dry outside for several days, in order to ensure the safest environment on your roof. If you are not comfortable inspecting your roof yourself, consider hiring a professional to perform an inspection.

Once on top of your roof, you will want to look for damage to your shingles. Shingles that are curling, buckling or cracked indicate problems, as these shingles will not be able to properly keep moisture out of your home. You will also want to keep an eye out for missing shingles that may have been blown away in recent storms. If the problems seem isolated to a small number of shingles, you might be able to have these shingles replaced. However, if the problem is widespread, then it might be time to consider having your roof replaced.

Consider Your Roof’s Age

It is also important to consider your roof’s age when trying to decide if it is time to replace your roof. On average, residential roofs last between 20 and 25 years. If your roof is nearing this age, then it may be time to consider having it replaced before you encounter issues with water damage.

If you believe that your roof may be in need of replacement, contact us to schedule an inspection. We can help you to determine your roof’s condition, and what your options are for replacement if it turns out that your roof needs to be replaced.

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