Does Your Roofing Need to Be Repaired or Replaced?
Your roofing is an extremely important part of your home's structure, and keeping your roofing in excellent condition is critical because it provides many parts of your home with vital protection. Your roofing is a key piece of protection for your home's siding, foundation, and much more, so when it's damaged in any way, the rest of your home is left very vulnerable to more damage. It's important to repair and maintain your roof vigilantly, but eventually, you will need to have your roofing replaced.
When you have any problems with your roofing, you can rely on the professional Milwaukee roofing contractors at Semper Fi Roofing to provide you with quality repairs. If it's time to replace your roofing we'll also be able to handle every aspect of that job.
It's important that you know when your roofing needs to be replaced, or you may end up having expensive repairs performed that end up providing little to no benefits. Consider these factors when you're deciding whether your roofing should be repaired of replaced:
Your Roof's Age
Depending on the material that they're made of, roofs will generally last for around 25 years. The lifespan of your roof most likely varies from that, and it's important that you have a professional assess your roofing and determine its estimated lifespan.
If your Milwaukee home's roofing is nearing the end of its estimated lifespan, it might be beneficial to have it replaced rather than have repairs performed. After all, you won't want to pay to have repairs performed only to have your roofing replaced shortly afterward.
If you're roof has any leak problems, you might notice moisture marks or dark stains on your walls, or peeling paint in your home. Depending on the size of the roof leak, short-term repairs may be sufficient to take care of this problem, but if there is extensive moisture damage to your Milwaukee home's roofing layer, you may want to consider replacing the roofing. Our team also offers a professional gutter protection service.
Replacing your roofing may be less expensive in the long-run. Even if only part of your roof is showing signs of wear, you should consider having the the entire job performed if one section of your roofing is being replaced. Most likely, doing the job at once will be less expensive that doing it in sections over a few years. And once the job is done, your new roofing will likely last for twenty years or more.