When Will I Need To Replace The Roof?
If you moved into a new home, you may be curious about how long your new roof will last. Most roofs constructed of asphalt shingles last about 20 to 25 years, while metal roofs last 50 years or more.
What Roof Issues Will Need Repairs?
If shingles go missing or you see granules in your gutters, these are signs that your roof needs attention. Similarly, a leaky roof can indicate that either one area needs repair or that your entire roof system will need to be replaced soon.
Who Should Repair Or Replace My Roof?
Repairing roof sections or replacing a roof entirely are jobs for skilled roofers and shouldn’t be attempted by a homeowner. Research local roofing contractors, read reviews, and check with family and friends who have had roof work done to get their recommendations. Then, call around to contractors to get estimates for the work before committing to a roofer.
Monitor your home’s roof and turn to a professional to diagnose any issues. If your roof appears to need repair or replacement, you’ll want to turn to an experienced contractor who has expertise in roofing work. Davis Roofing Co. has more than 30 years of residential roofing experience and an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. Call them at (336) 431-6485 for a free quote, or visit them online for more information about their roofing services.