The integrity of the roof over your head is not something to be overlooked. Letting a problem with your roof go on for too long can cause more damage and cost more money. If you think there may be any issues with your roof, don’t hesitate to call Manor Roofing for a free inspection.
Repairing the same leak again may be less expensive in the short term, but it will cost you more over time and may not solve the underlying issue. Deciding whether to repair or replace your roof is a challenging decision to undertake on your own. Our team is experienced in helping you determine what is right for your roof. There are many factors we consider upon inspection, including the age of the roof, the volume of leaks, the roof material, your budget, and your satisfaction with your current roof aesthetic. You can rely on Manor Licensed Roofers to help you decide on the best plan for your commercial or residential roofing repairs.
Roof leaks can make themselves known in a few different ways. You may notice an obvious leak as a steady drip, or it might start as a small wet spot or a stain that continues to grow. Your roof is meant to keep everything underneath it dry, and when it’s been compromised, detecting the issue as soon as possible can make the difference between a quick fix or a large roof repair bill.
If you hired roofing professionals who didn’t complete the job properly, faulty roof repairs could cause you more issues as time goes on. Unfortunately, some less reputable companies may cut corners and leave the homeowner to deal with the repercussions. This could include loose shingles or poorly installed flashing, among other things
Birds, insects, and small animals can cause quite a bit of damage to a roof. It might be as simple as a loose roof vent that gave access to a warm space that attracted animals. You may not notice until the damage has been done, but if you hear scratching noises on your roof or other indications that there are critters up there, getting a roof inspection can take the guesswork out of the situation.
Roof damage caused by storms, especially from hail or downed trees, can range from minor to extreme. Even if you think there is a chance that a recent storm has caused damage to your roof, scheduling a roof inspection is the next step to take. Even if a few shingles have come loose, this could let moisture creep in or allow the next storm to cause more significant damage that will cost you big.
If your roof is older, scheduling a roof inspection can help you determine whether or not it is still safely covering your home. Roofs that are 25 to 30 years old may appear to be in good shape, but upon inspection by a professional, you may discover that it is time for a roof replacement. As your roof ages, keep a closer eye on its integrity by scheduling regular roofing inspections so you can quickly address issues.
No homeowner wants to suddenly find out that their roof is failing. Getting regular roof inspections can help you catch minor issues before they become huge, expensive problems. Sometimes storms can pass through in the middle of the night and you may not be aware that there could be damage to your roof. You may also need to schedule regular roofing inspections to maintain your roof’s warranty.
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