The idea of getting a new roof scares most homeowners like you wouldn’t believe. After all, it likely means that you’re going to be shelling out at least a few thousand dollars, and in some cases, maybe as much as $5,000 to $10,000.
However, there are some times when getting a new roof will actually save you money in the long run. If your roof if showing any of these signs make sure you seek out a qualified roofing contractor for a quote before something goes very wrong. That could cost you a whole lot more money in the long run.
1. Your roof has a hole in it. It might sound obvious, but if your roof has a hole, that means severe structural damage. Replace it before it collapses.
2. The roof looks water-damaged. If it hasn’t been raining, this could mean a collapse in the very near future. That can be dangerous and very costly.
3. Your roofing tile is damaged. Tile roofing is heavy and if it falls it could hurt you. It could also damage another part of your home. Fix it as soon as possible to avoid spending a lot of cash in the long run.
4. The roof was damaged. Burns, snow and hail can all damage your roof. Get this fixed as soon as you possibly can.
5. Trees have damaged your roof. This can be a structural issue and you need to have it repaired or the roof replaced immediately.