A leaking roof is not just an inconvenience, it is also dangerous for your home and family. Depending on factors such as the age of your roof, the type of roof you have, and what the issue is, you may not need a new roof. In some cases, a repair may be able to solve the problem and allow you to hold off on replacing your entire roof for some time.
There are several signs that your roof may need to be repaired or replaced. If you notice any of the following, you should contact us immediately:
- Shingles are curling, buckling, cracked, broken or falling apart
- Shingles are missing from your roof
- You notice excessive granules from your shingles in your eavestroughs
- There is exposed flashing
- Your roof is leaking
- Your roof feels soft or spongy when you walk on it
- Your roof looks like it is sagging
There are a number of different factors that will determine whether you need to replace your roof or a simple repair will suffice, including the cause and severity of the problem. Remember, your roof is a very important part of your home. If you notice a problem with your roof, you should contact a roofing professional immediately.