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Roof Inspections – The ImportanceOctober 14, 2020
Roofing is built to withstand a lot. It safeguards the interior of your home from rain, snow, sleet, and even the Sun. However, nothing lasts forever. Over time your roof will begin to wear down and need repairs and replacements. Park City Roofing is here to help you determine if you need a new roof or just a repair!
20 Year or Older Roof
If your neighbors are having new roofs installed, it is likely your time is coming. Most roofs last around 20 years. After that, they start needing more and more repairs, which, over time, could become more costly than a new roof.
If your roof keeps needing roofing repairs, it is most likely time for a new roof. Roofs should not require frequent repairs, especially if there have not been severe storms. In the long run, it is more cost-effective to have your older roof replaced.
If your shingles have taken on an odd shape or have begun to curl up, it is an indication that you need a new roof. Once shingles do this, the structure of your roof is no longer adequately protected, leaving it open to water damages.
Sagging Areas on Your Roof
Older roofs will sometimes sag and make your roof look uneven. If your roof is sagging in certain areas, it is time to talk to a roofer about roof replacements. Your roof’s structure is damaged and could cause significant water and other damages if not replaced.
Moss or other plant growth on your roof is never a good sign. While you may not think much about it, it means that moisture is becoming trapped and allowing the moss to grow. If you have moss growth, you have water damages and need your roof replaced as soon as possible.
If you are unclear about the integrity of your roof, give Park City Roofing a call today! Our team will gladly check your roof and see if it needs a replacement or just a simple repair!