The team at Home Restorer P&G ensures you get the most life out of your roof. But, before you go through the process of replacing your roof, you'll want to make sure that you actually need to replace it.
So, let's dig into signs to figure out that it's the right time for a new roof and why a contractor would sell you one when you don't need it.
Here are some things to consider:
The length of time you get out of your roof depends on its age and type. For a dimensional asphalt shingle roof, you can expect it to last 30 years. But it's important that your roof has adequate ventilation and that it be installed correctly. Replacing your roof before it leaks or fails completely will help you avoid more costly repairs later.
Your roof should last at least as long as the manufacturer's warranty. But occasionally, roofs fail prematurely and require replacement long before they should need to be replaced. Roof failure is most often caused by improper installation or inadequate attic ventilation.
If your roof isn't installed with proper shingling techniques, you'll likely find shingles in your yard or entire sections sliding off your roof. In addition, if your attic isn't properly ventilated, then the damage from the trapped heat and cold will shorten the life of your roof.
Be aware that when your roof isn't properly ventilated or adequately installed—and if the manufacturer's warranty on your roofing materials is voided—only your contractor's workmanship warranty will be available to fall back on in case of a prematurely failed roof.
The climate where you live and the kind of storms your property faces affect how much wear and tear your roof goes through. Heavy storm damage (tornado, wind, hail) clearly can lead to a roof replacement.
If you have metal roofing, hail damage will lead to a replacement of your metal panels. However, asphalt shingles need damage to the soft metals (downspouts, gutters, vents, or flashing) on your roof before they are replaced. Whatever kind of storm damage your roof has, it's important to know if your insurance covers it.
Even though you might be thinking of replacing your roof, that doesn't automatically mean it needs to happen. Home Restorer P&G can help you figure out if you actually need a new roof.
Home Restorer P&G is a customer-focused roofing specialty organization. We believe in providing the best possible experience for our customers, from start to finish. We don't just offer great products and services—we also focus on building long-lasting relationships with our clients.
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