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When to Replace Your Roof

Your roof is one of the most important parts of your home, protecting you from the elements and keeping your interior dry and comfortable. But like everything else, roofs eventually wear down and need to be replaced.


How often should you replace your roof?

The lifespan of a roof depends on a number of factors, including the type of roofing material, the climate you live in, and how well the roof is maintained. In general, however, most roofs will need to be replaced every 15-30 years depending on the material and style.


Here are some signs that it may be time to replace your roof:

  • Your roof is old. If your roof is more than 15 years old, it's a good idea to have it inspected by a qualified roofer. They can assess the condition of your roof and let you know if it needs to be replaced.

  • You have missing or damaged shingles. Shingles are the first line of defense against the elements, so it's important to replace them as soon as they become damaged or missing. If you have more than a few missing or damaged shingles, it may be time for a new roof.

  • You have water leaks. Water leaks are a sign that your roof is not functioning properly and needs to be repaired or replaced. If you have water leaks in your home, it's important to call a roofer right away to prevent further damage.

  • Your roof is sagging. A sagging roof is a sign of structural damage. If you notice that your roof is sagging, it's important to call a roofer right away to have it inspected.

Other signs that it may be time to replace your roof include:

  • Curling or buckling shingles

  • Moss or algae growth

  • Granules from your shingles in your gutters

  • Increased energy bills

  • Sunlight shining through your roof

  • Pests in your attic

If you notice any of these signs, it's important to have your roof inspected by a qualified roofer. They can assess the condition of your roof and let you know if it needs to be repaired or replaced.


How to choose a roofing contractor

When choosing a roofing contractor, it's important to get multiple estimates and check references. You should also make sure that the contractor is licensed and insured. FLOW Roofing is Licensed and Insured so you can rest assured that your roof is in good hands.


Replacing your roof is a big investment, but it's one that's worth making. A new roof will protect your home and your family from the elements for years to come.

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