A new roof is a major investment. Having it replaced immediately due to early roof failure means you’ll have to put in more time, energy and money that you could’ve used for other matters. That is why you must pay attention to these four factors that cause newly installed roofs to fail early.
High winds cause significant damage on the surface of your roofing system, and there are usually tell-tale signs on your shingles after a heavy, wind-driven rain. You need a keen eye and a proper inspection method to fully diagnose the condition of your roofing system.
Your roof will start showing signs when it’s time to replace it. Weather, mold, mildew and regular wear and tear can all damage your roof. As experts in hail damage roof repair, Mountain Trail Restoration knows exactly when a roof is past its useful life. Here’s how to identify and deal with potential issues before they get out of hand:
We’re stating the obvious here: all buildings, residential or commercial, have roofs. However, not everyone fully understands the difference between residential and commercial roofs. In the past, only steep, shingle roofs could be seen on homes. Today, however, smaller commercial establishments also have these roofs. On the other hand, it used to be that flat roofs were exclusive to commercial structures. Nowadays, however, many residential structures also have flat roofs.