Twin Cities Roofing Company Names Four Factors That Mean You Need a New Roof
Four factors effecting a roof needing to be replaced.
Twin cities roofing companies see extensive damage to homes each year that may have been prevented with proper maintenance and sometimes a new roof. Determining when to replace a roof is a decision that can be aided by roofing companies. Roofing companies assess the condition of a roof based on a number of factors and conditions.
Tradition Roofing and Exteriors has released these 4 four guidelines as a starting point for their clients to assess whether roof repair or roof replacement may be the next step.
Twin cities roofing companies have experience with strong harsh weather. A large destructive storm can lead to roof replacement. Constant wear of hail, snow, ice, or even direct sun can shorten the life of your roof.
The age of your roof is a clear indicator of the need to replace it. An average roof life span is 12-20 years. A roof that falls into this span is more likely to need to be replaced than repaired.
The condition of the interior walls of your home can reveal roof issues. Walls with contact to the roof that show moisture or water damage are indicators of a failing roof. Roofs in need of replacement can cause interior damage to a home.
The fourth factor to consider is the initial install of a roof. A roof that was improperly installed will not demonstrate the life span of a properly installed roof.
Tradition Roofing and Exteriors investigates these and many other factors when assessing a roof. http://www.traditionroofing.com/ You can view more of their roofing work here http://www.traditionroofing.com/roofing.htm
- Contact Information
- Scott Landa
- Tradition Roofing and Exteriors
- (1) 651-698-3024
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