Frequently Asked Questions
How Can I Tell If My Roof Needs To Be Replaced Or Repaired?
There are a few common roofing issues that can point to a larger underlying problem. If you’re seeing cracked or curling shingles, black streaks of mold or mildew, leaks, holes, or water damage in your roof, then a roofer should come by and take a look. Because every roof is different, it is difficult to say if you need a minor repair or a total replacement until we can gather more information.
How Often Do I Need A New Roof?
Your roof’s lifespan depends on a wide range of factors, such as weather, proper maintenance, and material. A well-installed and properly maintained roof can last for 15 to 35 years. If your roof is older than 15 years, it’s time to call a roofer to make an inspection. We provide thorough inspections that cover every inch of your roof. Our team can recommend the right option for you.
What Type Of Roof Should I Get?
That depends on what you’re looking to get out of your roof. Do you want something long-lasting that reduces your energy bills but might be more expensive? Metal roofing might be the right choice for you. If you’d like a nice mix between durability, weather resistance, and affordability, we’d recommend asphalt shingles. With so many options out there, it’s hard to figure out what would work best for you. Our team can guide you through all the selections out there.
Do I Need To Replace My Roof If It's Leaking?
If your roof is leaking, this doesn’t always mean you’ll have to replace your whole roof. A leak can indicate a minor localized issue, such as a loose shingle. But if your roof is leaking because it has multiple worn spots and missing shingles, we’d recommend simply replacing the whole roof. We offer inspections for clients who need an expert’s eye.