4 signs your roof may be failing
(AND WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT)
Your roof is one of the most important parts of your home, and it protects you and your family from the elements. However, over time, your roof may start to fail, which can lead to leaks, water damage, and other problems.
Here are four signs that your roof may be failing.
The age of your roof is a significant factor in determining whether it may be failing. Most roofs have a lifespan of around 20-25 years. If your roof is approaching or has exceeded its life expectancy, it may be time to consider taking action.
Cracked or missing shingles are a clear sign that your roof may be failing. If shingles are missing or cracked, water can penetrate the roof and cause leaks and water damage.
If you notice that your energy bills are higher than usual, it may be a sign that your roof is failing. A poorly functioning roof can cause heat loss during the winter and heat gain during the summer, leading to higher energy bills.
If you notice granules from your shingles accumulating in your gutters or around your home, it may be a sign that your roof is failing. The granules protect your shingles from UV rays and help them last longer.
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