Your roofing system acts as the first life of defense against nature’s harsh elements. But sustained exposure to weather damage and changes in the climate can deteriorate your roof and cause numerous concerns. Now, do you have to replace or repair your roof? While it mostly depends on the extent of the damage, there are more factors to consider.
Should I Repair My Roof?
One common issue that homeowners face is roof leaks. It’s a sign that your roof has experienced damage. If even a small leak is left untreated, it could lead to serious water damage around your home. However, if the leak is spotted early on and is isolated, then there is no need to have a full roof replacement service.
Should I Replace My Roof?
Roof replacement is the way to go if you want your roof to work as good as new. You should replace your whole roof once it has sustained significant damage or have passed its service life. There are some roofing issues that can’t be repaired so you’re better off having your whole roof replaced if you encounter these problems:
Curling or buckling shingles due to an aging roof
Significant moisture or water damage
Severe storm damage
Falling roof materials
Do you need roofing specialists you can count on to get the job done? Look no further than Brownstone Roofing for all your roofing needs. Call us at (502) 443-9222, or fill out our contact form for a FREE estimate! We serve customers in New Albany and the rest of Indiana.