Your roof is designed to take a lot of wear and tear. Indeed, most roofs are designed to last at least 15-20 years. However, things like high winds, hail, heavy snow, and extreme sun exposure can shorten the life of your roof. And while you can get some idea of the shape your roof is in by examining it from the ground, knowing just when to call a roofing contractor isn’t always so obvious. So here are seven signs that you should call a roofing contractor:
As always, it is best to use caution when inspecting your roof for damage, use care when working with a ladder, and avoid walking on broken or loose shingles.
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