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3 Signs Your Home Needs a New Roof

If you’re a homeowner, you’re probably no stranger to regular maintenance or even some upgrades on your house. You might even be interested in curb appeal since it can cause your home to sell for about 7% higher than other average houses. 

Whatever the case, it’s important to keep an eye on common maintenance issues. One area of your home that might be too easy to ignore is your roof. 

At least, it’s easy to ignore until there’s a big problem. 

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Climb Into the Attic

You should absolutely look at your home’s exterior to check on your roof. But, we’ll get to that in a minute, because it isn’t necessarily where you should begin your search. 

Instead, start looking for problems inside, in your attic, or at the highest point within your home. If you see any areas of light peeking in through cracks in the roof, it’s a sign that there is a structural issue, or the shingles have blown away. These little rays of light can indicate where wind, water, and other debris could be getting into your home and causing damage. In some cases, those leaks can be repaired. But, if there are many of them, it’s often better to get a new roof. 

 

Do An Exterior Check

Once you’ve identified any problems inside, go out and look at your roof, and the shingles. They should be completely flat. If you see any buckling, warping, or missing shingles, they likely need to be replaced. Buckling is also a sign of rot and water damage underneath the shingles, so the entire roof may need to be redone in order to avoid structural damage to your home. 

 

Pay Attention to Vegetation

 

There is never a scenario in which plants of any kind should be growing from your roof. So, if you’re outside looking up, and you see something like moss or mold growing on your shingles, it’s a sign that moisture is getting trapped somewhere. These types of plants need went environments to thrive. 

Moisture on a roof, however, could lead to water damage. It may even cause the roof to cave in. Plus, if mold is growing, it could become dangerous for anyone living in your home. 

Getting a new roof installed is an investment, but a worthwhile one. If you’re worried that you might need a new roof, contact a reputable roofing company that can ensure the job gets done right, and you can have some peace of mind. Plus, a new roof does wonders for curb appeal and home value!

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