23 Nov 5 Factors That Impact a Roof Replacement Versus a Roof Repair
When water leaks into your home, it can be difficult to determine where the water is coming from and how much damage was done. We can assess whether your roof is easily fixable, or a potential risk! Our Owens Corning Platinum Preferred Contractors ensure you understand the state of your roof. Here are five factors you should consider when weighing the options of getting a roof replacement or repair.
Age of Roof
What year was your roof installed? The materials used may need an update! Repairs on older rooftops can add up over time, so consider investing in a roof replacement to avoid the extra costs!
Being aware of roof leaks is crucial to determine whether you need repair or reroofing. Small leaks, if not treated right away, may result in larger issues, such as:
- Damaged ceilings
- Wet or destroyed insulation
- Rooting framing and roof sheathing
Signs of Damage
Signs of roof damage include:
- Cracked or broken shingles
- Rusted metal shingles or panels
- Old and worn looking roofing material
- Dented or perforated roofing components
- The presence of moss, dark streaks, or algae
- Missing granules or bald spots on asphalt shingles
- Curled or cupped edges on asphalt or wood shingles
Your environment and surrounding weather patterns in your region impact your home’s exterior. Damage may be caused on your roof by:
Roof Replacement Cost
Generally, roofing repairs cost less than an entire replacement. However, paying for repairs over the years could exceed the cost of a roof replacement! Read a previous blog to learn more about how often you should replace your roof.
Which Service Is Right For You?
Through detailed roof inspections, XYZ Restorations can determine which service is right for you. Our contractors can replace worn or damaged shingles if you need a repair. However, if it is time to replace your roof, know that no roofing company in McAllen can beat our Owens Corning Contractors!
Our services help give:
- Peace of mind
- Increased energy efficiency
- Aesthetics and curb appeal