How will I know if I need a new roof?

Most shingles are designed to last 20 or 30 years. Like anything else, they will reach a point when they’re no longer able to provide the protection you need. If your house is approaching that age and you’ve never had to replace it, you *may* need a new one.

Over time, shingles may develop bald patches where granules are missing or the roof feels spongy and soft. Moss or algae may grow, keeping moisture on the roof and weakening its integrity. These are just a few of the possible signs of wear and tear that can occur naturally over time.

The only way to know for sure if it’s time to replace it is to schedule an inspection. One of our team members will come to your house, inspect all aspects of your roof, take photos, and then review it all with you. We value transparency and want to make sure you see exactly what we see.

If your roof has a few years left, we’ll let you know. We don’t want to sell you something you don’t need. We can go ahead and schedule an inspection for the next year, and you won’t even have to think about your roof for the next 365 days.

But if it is showing significant wear and tear, we’ll review options with you. The last thing you want is to delay needed repairs or a replacement. Many times, those issues become exacerbated with time and weather, forcing you to make even bigger, less convenient, and more expensive repairs later.

Schedule an inspection so you can gain peace of mind and know you’re taking the best possible care of your family!