Is it Time for a New Roof?

Signs that your roof needs a replacement

A roof can naturally reach the end of its lifespan. Its durability may vary depending on the climate, roof design, material, installation, and maintenance. Replacing your roof can be very costly so it is best to know when you might need to replace your roof. 

Let’s take a look at some warning signs that your roof may need to be replaced. 

    Your roof age is a key factor in determining if it needs to be replaced. Roofs that are 20-25 years old may come to the end of their natural lifespan. You may also observe that your neighbors are getting new roofs, this can mean that your roof is nearing its useful life.
  • Old, worn, and tired
    The roof just looks old, worn, and tired. 
    The shingle edges are showing fiberglass. You will also notice that the shingles are cracking.
    The purpose of granules is to protect the shingles from sun exposure. There may be bald patches or spots because of missing granules. Hefty granule loss may cause damage to your roof and hasten the need for a replacement. 
  • Moss
    Moss can cause extensive damage to your roof and home. It grows into a thick, tough layer and spreads on cracks and crevices between the shingles. It may also seep into your home and can be health-threatening.
Moss may seem to give you that old Fairytale vibe, but it can cause extensive damage to your roof and home.
Moss on your roof may seem to give you that Fairytale vibe, but
it can cause great damage to your roof and home.
Cracking shingles is an indication that they are wearing out.

Need a roof assessment? Do you think your roof has come to an end of its useful life? We got you covered! Here at Ozark Mountain Roofing, we carry out comprehensive roof inspections and we provide you the best options for your roof. Give us a call at (479) 271-8187 or simply fill out the form

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