Here at Emerge, we fully understand that not all situations are the same. We go into every project with this in mind. Our trained professionals will make sure to let you know all of your options and explain every process to make sure you fully understand what may lye ahead in whatever direction you choose to take. This brings me to my next topic, when should I do a repair vs doing a full roof replacement? Well there are several factors to take into consideration before deciding between a roof repair vs a full roof replacement.
Here are a few questions that need to be addressed prior to deciding.
What is the current age of the roof?
All material has an average life expectancy. Several factors can play a part in decreasing or increasing the life expectancy of a roofing system. Such as: Weather, ventilation and installation. Doing repairs on roofs where the life expectancy has reached its limit or the above factors have decreased the life expectancy, then repair typically would not be an option.
Has the roof been repaired or replaced recently?
If the roof has been repaired before and is still leaking or having issues, a replacement may be warranted to prevent further issues and loss of money doing repairs. If the roof was replaced recently, then some repairs could possibly prevent further issues if done correctly. Either way, it’s extremely important to have your roof inspected at least once a year by a qualified roofing specialist.
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