To Repair or to Replace Your Grays Harbor Roof: That Is the Question
Is your roof acting up? Might be time to get a roofing repair -- or maybe should you get a replacement?
Telling which procedure is best for your roof isn't always easy. But it's important to know which one to pay your money for, as the wrong decision could turn into a costly problem down the road.
If you're unsure when to call for a roofing repair and when to call for a roofing replacement, just ask yourself some of these questions when your roof begins acting up:
How Are the Shingles Looking
A shingle roof is bound to lose a few shingles here and there throughout the years, so a little loss is nothing to sweat over. But a lot? Worth looking at. The same goes for shingles that just look bad: curling, discolored, that sort of thing.
If missing and damaged shingles are increasingly becoming the rule rather than the exception for your roof, you need to look into the possibility of a roof replacement. However, if such shingles are merely incidental, you can pretty assuredly get by with just a simple repair.
How Often Are You Having to Get Roofing Repairs
Through the years, it's inevitable that you're going to need to get roofing repairs for some reason or other: harsh weather, unexpected damages, etc. So, that's nothing to fret yourself over.
What is worth fretting about a little, however, is the frequency of your roofing repairs. If you find yourself having to get roofing repairs more and more these days, you need to consider getting your roof replaced since it's likely about at the end of its lifespan. And speaking of which . . .