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How Do I Know When to Replace My Roof?

Posted November 15, 2016 by Jerry Becker
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It’s hard to know exactly when to replace your roof without getting a professional opinion, but there are a few signs that it might need to happen soon. People usually only think about roof replacement when they see or experience a major issue. Considering the following will help you get an idea of whether or not its time for a professional inspection:

That Uneasy Feeling

If you get an uneasy feeling when you hear a big storm is coming, it’s probably an indication that you need to check on your roof. I joke about this a lot, but it’s actually a great clue that your roof could need some help soon.

Multiple Leaks

During or after a rainstorm, if you see a leak or two, you definitely know something isn’t right. It doesn’t necessarily mean you’re going to need to replace your roof, but you should call Roof Life of Oregon out as soon as you can so we can access the situation and help you plan.

missing shinglesFlying Roof Parts

If you find shingles on the ground or in the gutters after the storm has passed, give us a call. Again, it doesn’t always mean that your roof is shot, but it’s a great time to have a professional check it out.

Roof Life of Oregon will never replace your roof before its time to do so. We may tell you to embrace the moss and plan to replace it in 2-3 years. Sometimes we find that we can move it forward another 10 years with some maintenance. The only way to know for sure is to give us a call or go to our website to schedule a well care check-up.

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