The roof that sits on top of your home protects it from the elements. While roofs can last a long time, there will probably come a day when you need to replace your home’s roof. Here are some signs that replacing your roof could be in the near future.
- Age—Depending on the material of your roof, it could last for several decades. If your roof is still the original built with the house, or if it has been on your house for quite a while, a replacement may be in the upcoming future.
- Regular repairs—Do you feel like you are constantly fixing your roof? It may be less expensive to invest in a replacement instead of doing frequent repairs.
- Sagging in spots—Sagging is a sign that your roof has moisture damage underneath it. If your roof sags in one or several spots, have us come and inspect it.
- Missing shingles—Exposure to the elements and high winds can tear the shingles off your roof over time. If several portions of your roof’s shingles are missing, a replacement might be needed.
- Water damage—Yellow, grey, or brown stains, as well as moisture marks and peeling paint on your walls and ceilings, indicate that your roof could be damaged and leaking.
- Curling or damaged shingles—Your shingles will start to buckle when they are no longer attached to your roof properly. This can be brought on by wind and water damage and could indicate the end of your roof’s useable lifespan.