Need a new roof replacement?
Newruf is here to help you with an assortment of options that you will love for many years!
You need a new roof. It’s time. We can see it in the leaks, hear it in the thundering rain, and smell it in the musty odor that’s taken up residence in your attic.
Okay, we’re not psychic, but we do know that a new roof is probably at the top of your to-do list.
We’re here to help make the process as easy and stress-free as possible for you.
Replacing your roof is a significant investment. It’s important that you have all the necessary information before you make a decision. That’s why we’ve put together this guide: to provide you with all the facts you need to make an informed choice.
What should you consider when replacement is on the horizon? First and foremost, the condition of your roof. If your roof is old and in need of repair, it may be more cost-effective to replace it than to continue repairing it. The same is true if your roof is damaged by severe weather.
Another factor to consider is your home’s architecture. If your home features a complicated or unique roofline, it may be more expensive to replace than a standard roof. You should also consider the climate in which you live. A roof replacement that is adequate for a cold climate might not be suitable for a warmer one.
We hope this guide provides you with the information you need to make an informed decision about your roof replacement.
There are a few common signs that indicate you need to replace your roof. One of the most obvious is when your roof starts leaking. Water seeping into your home can do a lot of damage, not to mention it’s a huge hassle and safety hazard to deal with.
Another red flag is when your roof is more than 20 years old. Roofs typically last for about 20-25 years, so if you’re approaching or have surpassed that age, it might be time for a replacement. The third sign is when your roof is showing visible signs of wear and tear, such as curling or buckling shingles, broken tiles, or moss and algae growth.
If you notice any of these warning signs, don’t wait—call a professional to come take a look and give you an estimate for a roof replacement. It might seem like a daunting task, but with the right company by your side, it can be a breeze.
Your roof is one of the most important parts of your home. It keeps you and your loved ones safe and dry, not to mention it contributes to your home’s overall esthetic. So when it’s time for a roof replacement, it’s important to choose the right material for your home.
There are a few different types of roofing material to choose from:
asphalt shingles, wood shingles, metal roofing and slate tiles. Asphalt shingles are the most popular type of roofing material in the United States, and they’re relatively affordable. Wood shingles are also popular and have a natural look that some homeowners prefer. Metal roofing is a good option if you live in an area that experiences a lot of storms, as it’s very durable. And slate tiles are a high-end option that can add value to your home.
So, what’s the right roof replacement material for you? It all depends on your home and your budget. Talk to a roofing contractor to get advice on what would work best for your home.
When it comes time to replace your roof, it’s important to choose a roofing contractor who is experienced and knowledgeable. There are a few things you should consider when looking for one, such as the company’s reputation and the quality of their work.
Be sure to research roofers in your area and check for reviews online. Also, ask them if they offer guarantees on materials and labor so that you know you are covered in case anything goes wrong. Make sure they can provide you with proof of insurance and licensing too. You want to make sure they are fully qualified to do the job right.
It can be a good idea to get multiple bids so that you can compare costs. However, be sure to look at more than just the price when making your decision. Quality should be just as important than cost when selecting the right contractor for your roofing needs.
Replacing your roof is a larger task than just replacing a few shingles, and you’ll need to take certain steps to ensure that the job goes smoothly.
Give us a call here at Newruf.com at 512-598-5789 and we can assess the problem and give you a straight forward price to repair. You can read our reviews here.
Need to know if your roof is deteriorating?
Look out for certain warning signs that tell you it’s time to call in a professional.
All in all, a roof replacement can be a big job, but it’s one that can add value and protection to your home.
If you’re interested in replacing your roof, be sure to consult with a professional to get an idea of what’s involved and what your best options are.
In order to maintain existing warranties, manufacturers require exact or like-kind replacement of specific roof components. For older roofs still under warranty, manufacturers offer legacy or like-kind replacement that match color and style.
Regular maintenance and inspections are an integral part of being a property owner.
We recommend that you hire a professional roofing company for maintenance at least once a year. The typical roofing maintenance checklist will include:
Normal Wear & Tear
Like any material, roofing components only last so long. While today’s component materials, often come with long lifespans, most roofs over 10 years old show significant signs of wear and tear. Individual components failing and needing replacement.
Trades & Pests
Animals and insects chew on loose pieces of roofing material. Trades may attach structures to the roof, piercing it, causing long term water damage to the roof and internal structures.
Outside of neglected maintenance, storm damage is the #1 cause of roof repairs. Central Texas experiences hail storms and high wind events which cause impact damage and wind-related damage. Occasional, heavy rains can often cause damage to the structural integrity of main roofing components.
Looking For Something Else?
If you are looking for repairs,
be sure to check out our roof repair section.
If you are looking for maintenance,
check out our roof maintenance section.
Looking to pick out materials?
Check out the shingles on GAF.com