Signs You Need a New Roof

Your home’s roof can suffer extensive wear and tear from being exposed to years of sun, rain, wind and other harsh weather conditions. However, it can be difficult for a homeowner to judge when a roof is at the end of its useful life, or whether roof repairs from a qualified College Station roofer like Lone-Star Roof Systems can extend its life a few more years.

Repair or Replace?

When we conduct a roof inspection, we use a comprehensive checklist of items to assess its condition. The following issues can indicate the need for replacement.

  • Worn, cracked, curled or missing shingles or tiles
  • Numerous leaks
  • Streaks or stains along the home’s exterior walls
  • Excessive mold or moss growth on the roof surface
  • Loose or missing flashing around vents and chimneys
  • Sagging or staining on underside of roof decking

Many people don’t realize they have roofing problems until their ceiling leaks or puddles appear on the floor. Only then will they call a College Station roofing contractor – but it may already be too late. Don’t make an important judgment about the condition of your home’s roof without first consulting with the professional College Station roofers at Lone-Star Roof Systems. Experts agree that you should have your roof inspected by a qualified [geo_tag] roofing contractor at least every three to five years.

Find Out If You Need a New College Station Roof

Lone-Star Roof Systems can conduct a thorough inspection and assessment of your roof and provide a detailed report on its condition. We’ll then work with you to decide if replacement is necessary, or if we can make repairs to extend the life of your roof. Contact Lone-Star Roof Systems to schedule a professional inspection of your home’s roof.

Trust Professional College Station Roofing Contractors

Make sure your home’s roof is ready to protect you from the elements. Contact Lone-Star Roof Systems for a professional estimate today by calling (800) 317-1939 or completing our online quote request form.

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