Roof Repair 101 How To Tell A New Roof Is Needed

Roof Repair 101, How to Tell a New Roof is Needed

Don’t “Think” A New Roof Is Needed, Know.

 

Waiting too long to address roof repairs can be one of the costliest mistakes a homeowner can make.

 

Seeing daylight from the attic of your home is a telltale sign roof repairs are needed

Protect your home, your loved ones and your investment, recognize when your roof needs repair.

According to Erie Insurance, it’s an error that nearly a quarter of all homemakers commit. A recent company survey found 23 percent of homeowners wait to have their roof inspected until there’s already a problem. Another 27 percent of those surveyed were operating under the false pretense that their insurance would cover damage from time and natural wear and tear.

 

“Our survey really highlights the need to educate consumers about the importance of regularly inspecting and maintaining their roofs,” says Joe Vahey, vice president and product manager, Erie Insurance said in a statement. “Otherwise they could face thousands of dollars in unexpected repair expenses which, unfortunately according to our survey, many homeowners aren’t ready for.”

 

At the same time respondents said they were good to very good at dealing with maintenance issues on their homes, with 62 percent of those surveyed grading themselves at A or B level. But when replacing a roof, which insurance may not cover, costing upward of $20,000, homeowners could benefit from a more honest assessment of their maintenance record.

 

Awareness is Key, Know Your Home’s Overhead Cover and Observe It

 

Routine roof inspections can save you from a major cost.

Regular inspections will help you find issues and determine the condition.Luckily there’s a plethora of telltale signs a roof is in need of repair. In fact just knowing the maintenance history of your roof goes a long way. The good news is you don’t have to be an expert on roofing  to catch a problem.

 

“Perform routine inspections. You don’t have to know a lot about roofing,”  Helene Hardy Pierce, director of contractor services, GAF Materials Corp. told Building Magazine.  “Things like ponding water, a piece of slipped base flashing, pitch pockets that haven’t been filled – those should be obvious whether you know a lot about roofing or not.”

 

 A good rule of thumb, especially for an existing asphalt shingle roof, is consider a new roof roughly every 20 years. But if you’ve been putting shingles on top of shingles after about 20 years you almost certainly need a new roof.

 

 Beyond Measures of Time There Are Very Visible Signs a New Roof May be Needed

 

The most obvious symptom peeling or buckling shingles.

 

  Another very obvious sign that it maybe time for a new roof is simply missing shingles. That’s doubly true if the shingles are missing in the valleys that lead to your home’s gutters. Homeowners should also check their gutters for granules in the gutters, which according to Angie’s List, come loose at the end of a roof’s lifespan.

 

 Algae and moss streaks can also be serious signs of trouble. More than just looking unsightly these growths can do serious damage to a roof.  According to www.bobvila.com, “left untreated, the clumpy greenery can cause virtually any roofing material to degrade—most commonly wood and asphalt, but also metal, clay, and concrete—and thus drastically shorten its lifespan.”

 

 Another obvious sign a home’s roof is at the end of its lifespan is if you can see the light, literally. If you can see sunlight from your attic, according to Good Housekeeping, its time to reach out to a professional. “Small leaks can be patched, but larger ones, structural damage, and the age factor might make it wise (and cost efficient) to replace your roof sooner rather than later,” according to the magazine.
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  1. Thanks for explaining how it is important to inspect your roof periodically, and not just when you notice a problem. This is something that I am definitely guilty of. I didn’t think to have my roof inspected until I noticed a bunch of shingles scattered around my yard. It happens pretty much every time we get a windy day, and now I think my carport is starting to leak a little. If I had inspected my roof at all this season, I might have noticed it was time for repairs. Hopefully, I haven’t waited too long and the roof can still be repaired rather than replaced.

    1. Our pleasure! Thanks for reading. Tell us about Palmer Roofing in Walla Walla. We here at Charm City are a long ways away from Walla Walla, but are glad to get in contact with other roofers.

  2. I’m glad you said that you should consider getting a new roof every 20 years. My husband and I moved into an older home, and we have been wondering if we needed to replace the roof. Good to know that if it is over 20 years old that we should. Thank you for the information!

  3. Thanks for pointing out that the rule of thumb for existing asphalt shingle roof is getting a new one every 20 years. My home is about 20 years old, so it might be time to look at my roof and see what kind of condition it is in. For inspecting my roof, I think I will contact roof repair services for the job.

  4. I didn’t know that waiting too long to address roof repairs can be one of the costliest mistakes a homeowner can make. Our roof has a lot of leaks and holes because of the hurricane. My dad suggested having roof repairs and shared this article with us. It says that another obvious sign a home’s roof is at the end of its lifespan is if you can see the light, literally.

  5. I really like that you mentioned that routine roof inspections can help you recognize and assess the need for repairs. My wife and I just moved a home that’s about 30 years old, and I don’t believe the roof has been replaced. It’s in good condition, so I’d like to keep it for as long as it will last!

    1. Hey Oscar, I see you’re linked to Moriarty Roofing in Colorado. Tell us a little bit about the business. Glad to hear your roof is in good condition even though it’s 30 years old!

  6. My roof is missing shingles ever since the recent storm. It makes sense that I would want to get a professional to repair my roof for me! That way I don’t have to worry about any water getting in where the shingles are missing.

    1. Hey Braden, you definitely want to get a professional. Luckily for you, I see that you are associated with A Better Way Roofing and Construction. That’s very convenient! I’m sure they can hook you up and replace some of those missing shingles – if you can’t already do so yourself. Tell us about what you do and if you actually have roofing knowledge, please feel free to share. Your input is appreciated.

    1. Hey Joe, you are more than welcome! We appreciate your engagement in our post. We’d appreciate your input as well. Tell us more about Springfield Roofing Service. I’m sure you have some great knowledge to share with us and everyone else.

  7. It’s awesome that this article talked about how algae and moss streaks can be serious signs of trouble on a roof. My husband and I noticed some moss on our roof this past year and have been wondering what that meant for us. What you said about how clumpy greenery can cause virtually any material to degrade was very interesting to me.

    1. Hey Khorae, thanks for your reply. I’m glad our post was of interest to you. I see that you’re with American Icon Home Improvements. Do you not do roofing work? It seems like your website has a roofing page. Hopefully the guys at American Icon know how to resolve moss issues for you. If they don’t just let me know and we can tell you all you need to know about the impact of moss on a roof.

  8. I do like how you warned us about the most common mistake every roof owner does which is to be neglectful of taking care of their roof’s problems. That is something I will be sure to avoid which is why I will find the best roofing contractor to inspect ours regularly. The roofing contractor should provide me with the peace of mind that my roof will be lasting for a long time. Thanks!

    1. Elsa, I see you’re linked to Amick Roofing. Do you not work there? We don’t mind if other roofing contractors comment on our blogs.

  9. I am faced with so much uncertainty deciding whether or not I’m in need of a roof replacement. Some pros say I could get one while some say I might need one. I think I really need a roof inspector. Please tell how to get in contact with one.

    1. I see your linked to Roofing Ventures in Joplin, MO. There’s no need to sneak around in the shadows. Join the conversation and contribute. I’m sure we could all benefit from additional insight.

      1. LOL, I love reading all these comments on here. They’re all clearly trying to get backlinks but act like homeowners. Funny stuff.

        1. It’s a real pain. There’s sometimes 10,000+ comments a month of nothing but spam. If you figure out how to get rid of them, let me know lol.

  10. Very interesting article! Thank you for that rule of thumb tip, at least now I have the idea that 20 years is the maximum life span for a roof to considered good and other things to consider in roof inspection. Good job!

    1. Hey Charlotte Pro! Thanks for the comment. Often when people wait too long it’s simply due to poor vigilance. There are definitely instances of flat out neglect, but most of the time it’s just the homeowner not making time for routine roof checks – or knowing routine checks should be done in the first place. And they are easy to do! You don’t even have to get on the roof. Simply check your attic for leaks in the roof decking. Doing so on a bi-annual or yearly basis is usually adequate.

  11. I like the suggestions. Sometimes the time is just not right or may just need a repair. I can appreciate you showing some insight into when is the right time to get your roof replaced.

    1. Thanks for the comment, Josh. You’re right. Sometimes the time just isn’t right and sometimes a simple repair will suffice.

  12. My wife and I noticed that some of our shingles have started to fall off these last few years, so it might be time we get an inspection. I like your point about how routine inspection and maintenance can go a long way. We don’t want to have to replace the entire thing because of neglect, so we might need to do this soon.

    1. Northwest Roof Restoration, all the way from Boise, Idaho! We’re glad you enjoyed the blog. Tell us a little bit about your roofing business. Love the url, btw. It’s nice and concise.

  13. I think I might need to have my roof repaired. It makes sense that knowing whether or not I do would be important! I’ll be sure to get a professional to take a look at my roof for me to see what they think.

  14. Thank you for your comment on how moss streaks can be a sign of serious trouble. My fiance and I just bought a new house and I noticed what looks like it could be moss growing on the roof. I’m not completely in love with how the roof looks as it is right now. I think it might be time to bring some roofers in and replace the whole thing.

  15. It was really good that you pointed out that by having the roof regularly inspected, we will be able to point out the potential problems before they become too hard to handle. I will be sure to mention this to my brother as I know that the house is very important to him. Of course, I want to help him ensure that every aspect of it is well taken care of. I will suggest getting the roof inspected every once in a while. Thank you.

  16. I did like it when you said that it’s time to get a new roof if we begin seeing that there are missing shingles on the part of the roof near the valley. My brother did mention a few days ago that he saw shingle granules on the gutter and at the garden. I will check to see where the problem is and take action depending on the circumstance. Thank you!

  17. I totally agree with you when you said that delaying roof repairs can only lead to costlier repairs. We had to learn this lesson the hard way because or roof gave way after the recent storm. I didn’t realize the drains were already clogged and caused the gutters to get too heavy. Moving forward, I’d be sure to follow the tips you provided. For now, I’d be needing a professional to get it fixed the soonest.

  18. Thanks for pointing out that if you see moss or algae on your roof then you might have a lot of damage coming your way. I was recently up there trying to clean out the gutters, and I noticed that there was a patch of moss near the gutter spout. It seems like I should find someone who will be able to get rid of the growth and repair the roof for me.

    1. Of course, Amanda! You’re exactly right. Moss not only means that your shingles are worn down, but that water is being retained. This can lead to further rot, or damage from expanding ice this time of year.

  19. It was really nice how you said that regular inspections are necessary for determining whether or not there’s a problem with the roof as that will allow the person to see the telltale signs of problems. Although you say it is easy to point out, I do not think it will be for me as I have not climbed up the roof once. Now that I am suspecting a leak or a hole up there, I think it will be better for me to ask a professional to do the inspection. Thank you.

  20. My husband and I have been working on our roof. We do have a few shingles that are missing, but how do we know if the shingles just need to be replaced or the whole roof does?

    1. If the shingles are missing, they will need to be repaired and/or replaced. When that is being done, a trustworthy roofer will be able to spot signs of rot or breaches in your roof’s underlayment. From there, you’ll know whether or not the whole roof needs to be done. We’re happy to offer free estimates and would be happy to give you Charm City Roofing’s expert advice on whether or not you need repair or replacement.

  21. I appreciate your comments on getting your roof regularly inspected to make sure it is in good condition. I have noticed a small leak in the attic, so I think I will need to hire someone to repair it. After that I will have to remember to get it inspected more often to prevent any other issues.

    1. Absolutely! There’s nothing worse than waiting too long to solve a problem. It’s always best to be vigilante, especially when it concerns such a large investment. Thanks for reading and commenting.

  22. It is good to know that peeling or buckling shingles is a sign that you may need a new roof. My parent’s house is older and the roof is starting to look old, but I am not really sure how to know if it needs repairs or a whole new roof. We will have to get a contractor out to inspect it and see what it needs.

  23. My husband and I really want to get our roof repaired. Thank you for suggesting that leaks can be a sign that you need to get someone in to fix your roof. I’ll have to look into contractors in my area that can come and fix all the leaks and replace the missing shingles.

  24. I really liked what you said about getting a new roof if there is peeling occurring. This is a great insight for me and my fiance since we just bought a new home. We have seen this on our roof, so we will be sure to look into a roof replacement.

    1. Next time you’re up to clean your gutters be sure to look out for all the warning signs of wear! I see that Earhart Roofing is out in Alaska, there must be some serious weather to deal with up there!

  25. I appreciate the information on how to tell if a new roof is needed as opposed to just repairs. I had no idea that algae and moss could be a serious sign of trouble for your roof. My grandma is looking at getting a new roof installed, I will be sure to share these tips with her.

  26. We have a metal roof on our barn, and we’ve been having some leaks, so repairs could be good. I like that you talked about how asphalt roofs should be redone every 20 years, but I was wondering if you know much about metal roofing. I think that our barn roof is probably pretty close to that age, but I don’t know if simple repairs would be our best option or if we should plan on a full replacement!

  27. The first step is to locate replacement shingles or shakes and hopefully, you have some left over from your original roof installation. Then you’ll need to remove the damaged pieces, install new underlayment, and add the new shingles or shakes.

  28. We had a terrible windstorm last week and several of our shingles were blown off. The remaining shingles are all curling, so it sounds like we really need a new roof. Do you have any tips for hiring a great roofing company in my area?

    1. Hi Bethany,

      Thank you for reading our blog post at charmcityroofing.com

      To find a local roofing company in your area, we suggest doing some simple online research. A google search query like “Baltimore Roofer” should do the trick. We take pride in demonstrating our great local reputation online, and would hope other reputable companies would do the same.

  29. I really like what you said about awareness being key and how regular inspections will help you find issues and determine the condition. My roof looks like it’s been falling apart lately but I’m not sure if it’s needing a replacement. It would be a good idea to get in touch with a company that can inspect my roof for me and give me a professional opinion on what should be done about it.

  30. This is some really good information about roofing repair. It is good to know that it would be smart to have a pay attention to if your roof is losing shingles. That is a good thing for me to be aware of because I am planning on getting my first home soon.

  31. A neighbor of mine has been doing some work on her roof, and it made me wonder if I should be doing work on my own. I’ve noticed that my gutters are getting a little lose, but I didn’t think that meant anything. I’m very glad I read this article so I can know that things like missing shingles, loose gutters, algae, and moss could all be signs of needing a new roof.

  32. I’m grateful for your advice about the need for a new roof and hiring a roofing contractor. I would suggest that we should look after the one whom we can trust and of course, can do the estimate in writing to avoid any misunderstanding to both parties. Just let me share a simple tip that searching online is your best source if you need a well-experienced roofing contractor near you. However, when browsing online, review all the reviews; don’t just jump and stop at the nearest roofing contractor you can find.

  33. Thanks for pointing out that a good rule of thumb is that you should start thinking about getting a new roof every 20 years. My home was built in 1947, and I don’t know when the roof was last replaced. It looks like it needs it though, so I’ll just need to find someone who could install a new one for me.

    1. At the very least, get an inspection done by a professional. An expert should be able to estimate the lifespan of your roof, and whether or not a full roof replacement is necessary. Older homes without proper records are particularly prone to having damaged roofs.

  34. It was nice to be informed that if the roof is missing a few shingles, especially the ones near the valley, it is time to consider getting it replaced. I will call a professional roofer to take a look at the situation because I am not sure. I climbed up the roof a few days ago and saw that there are a few shingles missing near the valley of the roof. It got me thinking if that counts.

  35. I’m grateful for your advice about the need for a roof repair or replacement. I guess it’s now time to replace our roof, however, I cannot decide for the right materials. We’ve got a wooden roof at the moment and am thinking of replacing it with metal. I really need a certified and well-respected roofing company. Can you please help me with this?

  36. Thanks for explaining when a new roof might be needed. I actually didn’t know that knowing the maintenance history could be so important. I’m kind of interested to learn if you can learn about a roof’s history based on records you personally have or if there’s a way to retrieve this information.

  37. I’m been worried about the condition of my house. It’s old, so I imagine the roof could use some work. I feel better about hiring a roofing company since you mentioned that you should replace your roof after 20 years.

    1. Becca,

      Yes, you are correct. If you are unsure whether or not your roof is in good shape– especially an older home– please get it checked out. We would hate to see your home suffer damage from a leak. Please let us know more when you find out!

  38. A solid roof above you is extremely crucial that is roof replacement is necessary especially when your roof is old. It is also important that we should understand the technologies behind roofing materials and weigh up the pros and cons before choosing it. Thank you for sharing this amazing article.

  39. Our roof has leaks and we don’t know where it’s coming because there are water stains on our walls. It was explained here that regular inspections will help us know the current condition of our roof. Moreover, it’s recommended to hire professionals for quality roof repair.

  40. Thanks for the information that algae and moss streaks could cause serious damage to the roof and could deteriorate it so it may need to be replaced. I live near the coast and my roof has had moss streaks on it for a while but I didn’t think it would cause problems for the roof. I have to find a roofer that can come and check out my roof and see if it’s been damaged at all and needs to be replaced.

  41. My wife and I noticed that our roof shingles have been curling lately, so thanks for sharing this. I had no idea that it was recommended to replace your roof every 20 years. We’ll have to see when our roof was last replaced to see if we should do that soon.

  42. Thanks for advising regular roof inspections even if not much is known about roofing. My husband was up on our roof recently and noticed a few missing shingles. Even though neither one of us knows the first thing about roofing, it was obvious that our roof is in need or repair and we are now looking for a roof repair service.

    1. Amy,

      You’re correct. Missing shingles is a sign of a roof that needs attention. Good luck in your search, and please feel free to reach out to us with any questions about roofing. Even if it is just to ease your mind about another company’s quote or recommendations.

  43. Hi Roger, what you said about seeing the sunlight from the attic is extremely correct. It’s been a month that sunlight is noticeable in our attic. I keep on ignoring it and I had no idea that it will cost me more once I left it unattended. This needs a thorough discussion with my husband most especially now that we’re a little bit out of the budget. Thanks!

    1. If you can see sunlight through your attic, you’re well past due! Light through means water through, and that’s the last thing you want.

  44. I noticed that my roof is looking pretty shoddy. It makes sense that I would want to get a professional to help me out with it! That seems like a good way to ensure that it’s taken care of properly.

  45. Very helpful article and thank you for sharing. Regular roof inspection is strongly advised when you want your roof to last long. Through roof inspection, problems will be discovered and immediate repair can be done to avoid further damages. This can help you save money and ensure that your roof is functioning well.

    1. James,

      We completely agree. No matter how well built, a roof is always susceptible to damage and unforeseen problems. The only way to make sure they don’t happen is to perform routine roof inspections. Charm City Roofing guarantees our work, and always appreciate when inspections are done!

  46. Thanks for explaining when a new roof could be necessary. The article mentions it’s important to perform routine inspections. I’m kind of interested to learn if the inspections should be done once a month to really get an idea of the roof’s condition.

    1. Once a month might be a bit over-cautious, but we would certainly recommend keeping tabs often. A quick look when you clean your gutters a few times a year would suffice. Perhaps if there is a particularly severe weather event it would be appropriate to do an extra check. It also goes without saying that if you have an issue with a leak or any other interior problems, call an expert!

  47. I didn’t know that granules in the gutters meant that the lifespan of your roof is up. That is really interesting because my gutters had some granules in it when I was cleaning them out last week! Do you have any more information on how to find a good roofing contractor? I ask because, from what you said here, I think we may need a new roof over our heads!

    1. Bram,

      Granules in your gutters are a good sign that your shingles are near the end of their effective lifespan. It would be a good idea to do an inspection to check for further wear, or call a local roofing professional like Charm City Roofing. As far as finding a reputable roofing contractor, I would start with a simple Google search. We pride ourselves on having both a great word-of-mouth reputation, and online presence. I would recommend looking for a company who takes their business seriously enough to invest into both of those things as well. Also, it goes without saying, but if you are in the Baltimore, MD area we would be happy to schedule a free estimate for you. Happy Roofing!

  48. You are right that it would be a good idea to have my roof inspected more often. I don’t think it ever has been for the entirety of its life. Seeing as my home is a bit older, it would be good to see if there are any necessary repairs needed. Going off what you said, I’ll be sure to check the roof out when I get home and then of course contact someone if it looks like it’ll need repairs.

    1. Caden,

      If you have an older home and aren’t sure of your roof’s condition, I would highly recommend getting a professional roof inspection. If you happen to be in the Baltimore, Maryland area give us a call!

  49. I really appreciate your tip to perform routine inspections on your roof, even if you don’t know a lot about roofing. My wife and I have been thinking of getting a new house, and we were told that the neighborhood gets a lot of heavy rain. In order to stop any water from getting into our house, I will be sure to inspect our roof soon!

    1. Inspect away! How do the guys at Top Dog Roof approach inspections? If the rain is heavy, a quick visit to the attic will let you know quite a bit about your roof. Let us know if you need any insights.

  50. My sister is worried about her new home and its roof. She wants to make sure that the house is safe enough for her family to live in. It might be useful for her to know that you can get an inspection to make sure it is safe.

    1. Nick, we bet you guys at Planet Green know gutters pretty well. Feel free to share some insights with us and let us know how gutters play into good roofing systems. They are very vital and the extent of their role is important for everyone to know. Thanks!

  51. I like how you said that regular inspections will help you find problems in your roof quickly. We haven’t ever gotten inspections done in the 10 years we’ve lived in our home, but I think we should start doing that. I don’t want to be hit with costly repairs just because we didn’t have annual inspections done, so we’ll get on it!

  52. Thanks for this informative post! It’s important to know at least when your roofs need some retouching or renovating as no one wants a leaky roof at all! Bigger damages may come should the roof not be checked out.

  53. I really like how you said that awareness is key when it comes to roofing. My mom had no idea that she had a leak in her roof and it ended up growing into a large and expensive problem. I think that it’s a good idea to get a professional to check mine out before it’s too late.

  54. I find it awesome that you mentioned that one should get a new roof once the old one has algae and moss streaks. Reading about this gave me an idea to have a professional inspect the one at my mother’s house. That way, they can help keep water damage from destroying it slowly over time.

  55. This is some really good information about roof repair. It is good to know that it would be smart to look for signs of damage on your roof. That is good for me to know as a new homeowner. It might be smart for me to get my roof inspected soon.

  56. I’m pretty sure that I need a new roof, but I don’t know for sure. As you said here, it would be a good idea to have it inspected first. That way, I can find out exactly what needs to be done.

  57. I want to make sure that I take good care of my roof. It makes sense that I would want to be wary about it! I’ll definitely need to keep an eye on it to make sure that there isn’t any damage to the shingles. If I notice any damage I’ll be sure to get a professional to take care of it.

  58. I found it interesting how you mentioned how a good rule of thumb is to consider installing a new roof every 20 years to ensure a safe home. My wife and I are preparing to sell our home and we have realized that we can raise the curb appeal by removing our old, moldy roof. We will be sure to keep this in mind as we move into our new home so we can keep it looking as good as possible!

  59. My dad is not sure if our roof needs to replaced because of its age. It was mentioned here that having regulations will help him find issues and determine if the roof needs to be replaced. Moreover, it’s recommended to hire professionals for quality roof replacement.

  60. I appreciate what you said about missing shingles and how this serves as an obvious sign that your roof needs repairs. I think that working with a reliable contractor is important when it comes to ensuring that your roofing materials are durable. My friend wants to repair the leaks on his home, so I’ll help him find a roofer that is known for administering quick fixes efficiently.

  61. I didn’t think that buckling shingles is a sign that tells me that a new roof is needed. Frankly, I believe that the roof was still fine until I saw missing shingles last week. Since you mentioned that algae streaks are signs of trouble, I’ll call a home roof replacement service to build me a new roof soon.

  62. I want to make sure that I take good care of my roof. It makes sense that I would want to get a good roofing contractor to help me out! They would be able to check if there’s anything wrong with my home, and they would also be able to fix it.

  63. Thanks for your advice to check for missing shingles or gutter in your roof. This is to make sure that your roof is still in its good condition. I also like how you highlighted the benefits of checking if the already needs replacement. My brother has been having this kind is an issue as his roof was damaged by the recent hurricane. He is now looking for roof contractors who can help him further.

  64. I really liked that you mentioned the importance of checking your roof for missing shingles. Avoiding the tell-tale sign can be hard and having a professional repair it sounds like a good idea. My sister might like knowing this as she looks into getting a roof repair service.

  65. I found it interesting how you mentioned how the only way for you to truly know if your roof can be repaired instead of replaced is by inspections from someone who knows what to look for. My wife and I are in the process of preparing our home for our upcoming family reunion and we want to make sure the high occupancy we are expecting doesn’t cause unnecessary stress and damage to our home. Because we know the younger kids will jump off our roof into the pool, I will keep this in mind as we search for a roof repair company that can inspect the quality of our roof at that point!

  66. There was a big storm recently, and it damaged my roof. It makes sense that I would need to get a professional to fix it for me! That way, I don’t have to worry about it getting any worse.

  67. I found it interesting how you mentioned how missing shingles in the valleys that lead to your home’s gutters can be a surefire sign that your roof needs to be replaced. My wife and I are in the process of preparing our home for our upcoming family reunion and we have noticed that our roof seems to be sloping inwards and creaking, especially in the gutter valleys. Because we don’t want the roof to collapse on our family, I will keep this in mind as we search for a residential roofing service that can help us replace our roof!

  68. There was a storm recently that ended up damaging my roof. It makes sense that I would want to get a professional to install a new one for me! That way, I don’t have to worry about it causing any damaged to my home.

  69. I noticed that my roof was damaged in a recent storm, and I’m not sure what to do. It makes sense that getting a roofing contractor to help would be ideal! They would know the proper way to go about repairing this.

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