How do you know when it’s time for a new roof?

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While sometimes an act of nature or a specific event (such as a heavy storm or tree branch falling) will bring on the need for a new roof. However, it’s also very common for a roof to naturally reach the end of its life without failure. It may even look worn and old over time, even though you have been doing the proper preventive measures to keep your roof in good condition through the years. Roofs, like everything else, have a lifespan and typically for shingled roofs that’s about 20-25 years (depending on shingle type), and for cedar shake roofs is 7-15 years.

There are some signs to be aware of when a roof is nearing the end of its useful life and you will soon need a new roof!

  • Shingle edges are curled or cupped

  • Cracked or missing shingles

  • Shingles are covered in mold or algae

  • Your roof is at least 20 years old and appears old and worn

  • Neighbors are getting new roofs – Homes built around the same time period may need new roofs around the same time

  • Leaks and water damage – If you are noticing dark streaks and sagging areas on the inside of your home, call Aloha Construction immediately!

If you think you are in need of a new roof, the expert team at Aloha Construction can perform a vigorous 9-step inspection process to identify issues and the overall integrity of your home’s roof. Don’t wait until you can see physical damage, replacing an old roof is the first step to a safer house!


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