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5 Ways You Can Tell That You Need a New Roof

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How do you know when it’s time for a new roof? Here are a few tips to help you determine if it’s time to call your roof replacement specialist.The Age of Your Roof

You might not know how old your roof is, especially if you just bought your home. But if you do, and its 15-20 years old, it’s definitely time to replace your roof with a new roof! While roof materials are meant to last a long time, they won’t last forever.

 

Curled or Buckled Shingles

You can often tell how old your roof is by what your shingles look like. If they are starting to curl, they can’t do their job of shedding rain and snow anymore. It’s only a matter of time before you’ll get internal leaks.

 

Missing Shingles

If a crazy storm just blew through, make sure to check your shingles. If you have a few missing, you’ll want to get them replaced quickly. If a lot of them are missing, you might need to just get your whole roof replaced.

 

Shingles Missing Granules

If you find granules in your gutters and you notice that your shingles are starting to look smooth, it might be time to replace them. Shingles are textured to help shed moisture, so when they start to lose that texture you know they’re too worn to be effective anymore.

 

Leaking in Your Attic

One significant sign that you’ll need a new roof can be found in your attic. If you see evidence of leaking or if you can see daylight through your roof, it’s time to schedule an appointment with a roof specialist.

 

If you find any of these issues with your roof, you need to consider seeking a professional’s help to diagnose the issue. If it’s minor, you might be able to just have some shingles replaced. But if it’s been many years since your roof was installed, you should consider having the whole thing replaced.

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