When Should I Be Concerned About My Roof?

2017-09-26T16:34:19+00:00 June 15th, 2017|

Whether you are a first time home owner, 20-year owner, or looking to renovate and re-sell houses; a roof is one of the most important components that help protect a home against the elements. Also, by replacing and improving that old roof, you could give your home added curb appeal and will increase the perceived value of your home. This may be especially helpful if you intend to sell your house in the near future. Not only does a new roof play a critical role in protecting your investment, it can really transform the look—helping give you an edge over the other properties for sale in your neighborhood.

In determining whether or not to replace your existing roof, it is important to take notice of your home’s age, environmental concerns, and overall condition of your roof as it currently stands. While examining your roof, you want to make sure the color and quality is consistent or uniform, without any discolorations or damaged sections throughout your entire rooftop. Some of the early signs that may be noticeable include cracked shingles, bald granule sections, warped or curled shingle sheets, shingles that are falling out of place, and/or any discolorations. Any of these may be a sign that mold or algae are starting to take root on top of your home, indicating that the integrity of your roof is in jeopardy. If left alone, your roofing may fail, causing you unnecessary hassle and headaches, and a much larger expense down the road.

Your roof not only protects your property, but also contributes to the overall character of your home. With Owens Corning roofing technology, your roof can now last upwards of 40-50 years and with a Lifetime warranty covering the roofing system, you can trust that your roof will maintain its durability and value far beyond the industry’s average.

When you are ready, ask us about this superior product and how we can protect and transform your house with a high-quality, long-lasting roofing system.

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