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  • Writer's pictureSue Nassiri

When Does a Roof Need Repairs?

When it comes to your roof, the only way to keep it in good condition is by regularly maintaining and repairing it. Regular maintenance will help prevent any serious issues from occurring that could lead to costly repairs or even a total replacement. However, how do you know when your roof needs repairs?

In this blog post, we'll discuss some signs that indicate a roof needs repairing. Age One of the most common signs that a roof needs repairs is when it's more than 15 years old. Even if your roof has been well-maintained, it may need to be replaced due to wear and tear after this age. Discoloration can also indicate damage beyond the surface.

Signs of Wear and Tear Always look for signs of wear and tear on your roof. If you notice any curled or buckled shingles, there may be an underlying issue with your roof. If you find granules from the shingles in your gutters or around the base of the chimney, these can be indications that the shingles are starting to break down and need repairs.

Leaking Problems Leaks are one of the most obvious signs that your roof needs repairs. If you notice any water dripping or pooling on your ceiling, have a professional inspect your roof for leaks. Dark spots on the ceilings or walls of your home may indicate leakage. Moreover, these leaks can lead to other forms of water damage, such as mold growth and wood rot.

Shingles Blowing Away If you notice that your shingles are blowing away or coming off the roof, this means that there are issues with your roof and repairs may be necessary. This could also indicate a loose connection between the shingles and the underlying structure of your home. If you've noticed any of the signs discussed in this blog post, take action right away and contact A1 Quality Roofing, Inc in Corona, CA. We specialize in roof repairs and can help assess the situation and determine what needs to be done to get your roof back into top shape. Contact us today for a free consultation and call us at (951) 877-4406!


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