Is It Time For A New Roof?
Your roof has a certain lifetime just like almost every other product you purchase. Typically, roofs will last about 20 to 30 years before you need to replace them. This timepline can vary significantly depending on the amount of maintenance that has been done as well as the climate and material of the roof. So, how do you know when it is time for a new roof?
One thing to look out for is curling of your shingles. This can happen to individual shingles throughout the life of your roof and can be replaced rather easily. However, if you notice that a large amount of shingles have started curling, it is time to think about replacing your roof before any worse damage is done.
As previously mentioned, the life of an average roof is 20 to 30 years. Tile roofs can last upwards of 50 years, while asphalt roofs can last as little as 15. If your roof has never been replaced and is nearing one of these anniversaries, you should replace your roof as soon as possible.
If you notice that your whole roof is sagging, it is probably time for an emergency roof replacement. This is indicative of a much larger structural problem that will need to be addressed through a detailed inspection. You can hire a professional to inspect your roof and your home so you are able to pinpoint the root of the problem and save money in the long run.
If you would like to schedule a roof inspection or replacement, contact our office at (918) 558-ROOF (7663).