No one ever wants to replace their roof, but sometimes it’s necessary.
If you’re not sure whether you should repair your roof or replace it altogether, keep watching.
We’ll go over the signs that mean it’s time for a new roof and what factors you need to consider when making this decision.
By the end of this video, you’ll be able to make an informed decision about your roof and whether or not a replacement is the best option for you.
Here’s a few reasons to definitely consider replacing your roof.
Water Damage in the Upstairs or Attic
The Roof Has Outlived its Lifespan
The Roof Sags
Moss, Mold, or Fungi Have Taken Over
Curling or Buckling Shingles
Missing Shingles or Granules
Missing Flashing, Gutter Guards or Fascia
You’re Frustrated by Your Cooling Bills
A Roofing Inspection Determines Repairs Aren’t Sufficient
Replacing your roof is a big decision.
When the time is right so you don’t end up spending more money than you need?
Let’s discuss some factors to consider when deciding whether or not to replace your roof.
We’ll also provide some tips on how to get the most out of your roof replacement project.
When is the best time to replace your roof?
Most people would say when it starts leaking, but that’s not necessarily the best answer.
Depending on your roof’s condition, climate, and other factors, you may need to replace your roof at a different time.
Here are five tips to help you know when may also be a good time for a new roof.
To improve your home’s appearance
To increase your home’s resale value
To get a better warranty
To take advantage of new roofing technology
To avoid issues during inspection
Hope all these suggestions were helpful!