Is your old roof beginning to show extensive signs of damage or age? Is it time for a roof replacement? Call Assurance Roofing at (502) 228-7717 for a professional roof replacement in Goshen and Louisville, KY. We provide free estimates!
Signs That You Need Roof Replacement
Age is the most common reason to replace your entire roof, since most minor damage can be repaired. Most shingle roofs last 20 to 30 years, while metal and tile roofs can last 50+ years. If your roof is more than 20 years old, you should schedule an inspection and make sure there is no urgent repairs necessary. However, many factors can contribute to increased roof decay, primarily moisture. Once water gets under your shingles, it can lead to wood rot, mold growth, and other problems.
Your roof is designed to protect you from the elements 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. While you might not realize it, your roof takes a constant beating from rain, wind, and even sun damage. Heavy storms can lead to cracked or dented shingles, water damage, and holes in your roof due to hail. During the winter, you could have ice dams form, which can hold melting snow against your roof and allow water to get under your shingles.
If your roof has extensive damage, roof replacement is often your best option. Wet or spongy shingles, a major leak, or problems in your attic could indicate that it is time for a roof replacement.
Affordable Roofing Solutions
At Assurance Roofing, we understand that a new roof is a big decision, as it should be. You don’t want to hire an unqualified roofer who works for a price that seems too good to be true. The installation of your roof plays a critical role in how well it will perform and how long it will last. To make sure you have a sturdy, reliable roof over your head, choose Assurance Roofing for your roof replacement in Goshen and Louisville, KY. Call our roofing contractors today at (502) 228-7717 for a free estimate on your roof replacement! We offer a wide selection of roofing materials available for you to choose from including: shingle, tile, and even flat roof membranes.