How do I know if I need to replace my Roof?
Is your roof nearing the 15-20 year mark? Are your shingles starting to curl, color, or blow off into your yard? Are there noticeable dips in your roof from damaged plywood?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should be considering a full roof replacement or at least calling Ready Roof for an inspection.
We invest in state-of-the-art equipment to better protect your house and to make clean up simple!
A new roof is far more than just new shingles! There are several different components that make up a roofing system, crucial to getting your roof to 25 years or more. Every roof is different and calls for a customized approach to maximize the lifespan. Our experts at Ready Roof will walk you through this process in a comprehensive way and explain to you exactly what type of system will work most efficiently for your home.
One of our core values is transparency. Every phase of your roof replacement is well-documented so that there is no confusion about what is going on up there.
Plywood replacement is stressful for homeowners and we understand that. That’s why at Ready Roof, we pride ourselves in keeping our clients updated throughout the day so that there are NO surprises at the end of the job.
Do you need a Roof Replacement?
A few points to review will help you determine if a roof replacement is right for your home.
Your roof is at least 20 years old.
If you have an asphalt shingle roof, you can expect to get anywhere between 20 and 25 years of service out of it. Is your roof reaching the 20-year mark? Schedule an appointment to have a roofer come out and take a look. Chances are, you’ll probably need to get it replaced sooner than later.
Your shingles are missing, curling, or buckling.
Properly fastened shingles are an incredibly important aspect of your roof, and if your shingles have gone missing, or they’ve curled or buckled, they can’t do their job. This means that water could leak into your roof, leading to water damage if it’s not taken care of promptly.
Sagging Roof? The lines of your home’s roof should be perfectly straight, and if they’ve started to sag, it’s time to get our Ready Roof team out to your home as soon as possible. Sagging can occur on water-damaged roofs, as well as roofs that are holding excessive weight, both of which will likely require a new roof to repair.
Deterioration & Missing Shingles
When your shingles start to deteriorate, it’s not always as obvious as it is when shingles are missing, torn, curled or buckled. However, you can get a good idea of what kind of condition your shingles are in by looking for shingle granules in your gutters. You should also look for dark or inconsistent colors on your roof.
Take a look at some of the homes we’ve protected!