Roof damage does not always warrant a full redo, but many indicators should tip you off to the possibility that you’ll need a roof replacement in the near future. It’s best to address these factors now before anything grows more problematic on or in your house!
Have you noticed from ground level or maybe while cleaning out gutters that there are some shingles not in their best shape on your roof? Be on the look-out for the following issues:
Especially after storms with heavy wind and/or driving rain, you may notice shingles on the ground near your home, or looking crooked and off-kilter on the roof. This may not seem like a big deal if the majority of shingles appear to be intact, but these damaged shingles will allow leaks with the next round of bad weather – and one small leak can cause a whole lot of damage inside your property when left unaddressed!
Have you already observed damage due to improper drainage or leaks in your roof system? This may include warped soffits, fascia or the painted siding under a leaking roof showing signs of peeling.
Indoor “a-ha” moments that you need a roof replacement typically come when a roof leak has made it into the interior ceilings or walls, as indicated by stains/rings, and sometimes other moisture-born issues like mildew.
Have a Spring Valley Roofing professional provide you a free estimate and take a closer look at your roof to help you decide the best move, whether that involves roof repair or a full roof replacement. Your job may be covered by insurance, and we can help with that too! Call (610) 948-5207 or submit our online form now.