6 Signs that your Roof Needs to be Replaced
Roof replacement is a big investment, but neglecting it can lead to bigger problems. Here are six signs that indicate it’s time to replace your roof:
Age: Most roofs last 20-25 years, and if your roof is approaching or exceeding its expected lifespan, it’s time to start considering a replacement.
Sagging or uneven roof: If your roof is sagging or has visible dips and bulges, it may be a sign of structural damage and a need for replacement.
Missing or damaged shingles: Missing or damaged shingles can lead to leaks, causing damage to the interior of your home. If you have a significant number of missing or damaged shingles, it’s time to replace the roof.
Leaks: If you have persistent roof leaks, it’s likely that the roofing material has worn out and needs to be replaced.
Daylight visible through the roof: If you can see daylight shining through your roof, it’s a clear sign that your roof needs to be replaced.
Increased energy bills: A damaged or aging roof can lead to increased energy bills as the insulation may not be functioning properly. If you have noticed a sudden increase in your energy bills, it may be time to replace your roof.
Replacing your roof can be a major expense, but it’s an investment in the long-term health and protection of your home. If you notice any of these signs, it’s best to have a professional inspect your roof and provide an assessment. If this is something you would like to have done give CCC a call today!