If you’ve ever had to deal with the aftermath of a roof leak, you know the importance of a solid, well-constructed roof. Your home’s roof is designed to withstand many years of weather extremes, but it’s a good idea to take stock of its condition periodically—with your feet firmly on the ground, of course— especially after strong storms. If you see missing or loose shingles or damaged flashing, call a professional for advice and a roof repair estimate.
Roofs constructed with asphalt shingles will need replacement after approximately 20 years. If you don’t want to worry about replacement, consider a metal roof. When properly installed, metal roofs are essentially maintenance-free and will not need to be replaced.
Roofing work involves significant heights and requires skill and knowledge; always contact a professional for inspection, repair, and replacement services. If you’ve noticed evidence of a roof leak or are concerned about the age or overall condition of your roof, contact a Best Pick roofer for help.