How long does a roof last

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How often should roof be replaced

Some people have acknowledged they wish they knew how critical annual checks were after all was said & done–then maybe some very expensive mistakes would have been avoided altogether. The truth is that roof repair often involves a lot of money.

Roofing repairs are inevitable after any kind of wind, ice or snow damage & virtually all roofs will need some type of work sooner rather than later; there’s no getting around it. But if you can keep them maintained on an annual basis, you could avoid spending thousands of dollars all at once.

The roof near me will need to be replaced too, but that’s another story! For now I’m just happy not having any leaks & the peace of mind knowing it won’t collapse on my head whenever a snowstorm hits. Now if only this cold weather would go away.

In some cases, it’s best to pay for the repair of small problems before they become large ones. A bi-annual inspection can help catch these issues and avoid a lot of hassle later on down the road!

  • Loose, cracked or damaged shingles
  • Missing shingles
  • Sagging
  • Mold or rot
  • Signs of water damage or leaking
  • Holes or dark spots

In general, this is the recommended replacement schedule based on the material used:

  • Metal Roofs: 50-75 years
  • Rubber Roofs: 30-50 years
  • Composition Shingles: 12-20 years
  • Asphalt Shingles: 15-30 years
  • Wood Shingles: 20-25 years

The roof is an essential part of your home. It provides protection against the weather and can help optimize its efficiency so that you don’t have to worry about a thing! Dry Rot,termites…no matter what comes along with bad luck it’ll stand strong in order for all those good times ahead.

 

Contact us for your roofing needs.