A home tends to be the largest investment a person makes in their lifetime. It's one of the basic necessities of life, shelter, and when we finally acquire a space to call our own, it follows that we fill it with everything we have of value, most of all, our families. Thus, it should come as no surprise that the old adage "keeping a roof over their head" is considered one of the most important tasks for familial providers to accomplish for their families. But what about the quality of that roof? How do you know it's time to replace it?
The general life span of a roof averages to be about 20 years. Of course, this assumes it was installed correctly the first time with things like ridge vents and under layer protections. So many small details can be the difference between a solid
non-leaking roof and a wet, damaging home affair.
That's why when you think it may be time, or nature decides that it is, its best to call an expert contractor with decades of experience. If it's done right, it's done once. Schedule a free inspection and estimate today. A dry head later will thank you.