Our roof is one of the most important parts of our house. That is why keeping it in good condition is a must. However, our roof is one of the most often ignored parts of the house unless it starts to leak or break. To keep your home and family protected, it is necessary to have a regular inspection twice a year to address minor issues and repair them before it turns into a significant and costly problem. Ridged Roofing, has listed some things you should look for when having an inspection.
- Missing shingles
- Rot or Mold
- Cracked, damaged, or loose or missing shingles
Roofing maintenance is a dangerous job that requires expertise and equipment. Ridged Roofing has contractors that can help you with your regular inspection. An inspection twice a year can catch small problems and ensure that your roof is always ready for the upcoming season. Keep in mind that it is better to pay for inspection than to repair or replace your roofing regularly. Here is the recommended replacement schedule depending on the materials used:
- Composition Shingles: 12-20 years
- Asphalt Shingles: 15-30 years
- Wood Shingles: 20-25 years
- Rubber Roofs: 30-50 years
- Metal Roofs: 50-75 years
Although this list is general, the suggested time frames will depend on the attention, care, and climate your roof is exposed. After every season, especially when there’s a heavy storm or high winds, make sure to call our roofing company to check if your roofing has been damaged or needs repair. Call us to get top-notch services.