Roof Replacement Services in Gig Harbor WA
Signs You Need Residential Roof Replacement In Gig Harbor, WA
The weather in the Pacific Northwest can be particularly hard on shingles, tile, slate, and metal roofs and even on traditional wooden shakes. The team at Custom Design Roofing, LLC are experts in working with homeowners in Gig Harbor, WA, Tacoma WA and University Place WA to complete residential re-roofing projects to upgrade an old or damaged roof.
What to Consider
All types of roofing materials have a life cycle. The life cycle for composite shingles, metal roofs, or other types of roofs depends on the quality of the material as well as the installation process. Exposure to rain, winds, UV light from the sun and the freezing weather conditions in the winter causes damage to the roof on your home, which will lead to the need for a roof replacement.
Signs of problems with a roof including missing or curled shingles, shingles or roofing material that lifts or twists, leaks in the home, and indications of water damage in the attic. In addition, pieces of granular material from composite shingles in rainwater from the roof is a sure sign your home needs a roof replacement.
Let Us Help
We start with a full inspection of your roof and a no-cost estimate for the residential re-roofing project. We will also let you know if the issues can be corrected with a roof repair rather than a full roof replacement.
We take the time to answer your questions and help you to choose the best replacement roof for your Gig Harbor, WA, home. If you notice any roof problems, give us call, and we can complete a free inspection of your roof and provide you with options.
How Can A Homeowner Recognize When A Roof System Has Problems?
Especially if you have recently experienced high winds, heavy storms, or other hazardous conditions, it is time to inspect your roof. Start on the outside by checking the shingles. Be sure to also check the roof vents, roof flashing, and exhaust caps for any signs of damage. Keep an eye out for any split seams or leaks, which could be an indication of hidden water damage.
Next, look for any damage to the windows. If the windows are damaged, it is likely that the roof is also damaged. Pay close attention not only to shattered windows, but also to pits, holes, damaged woods, and any cracks.
If granules are falling off of the roof in large quantities, then it is a good indication that you have roof damage. Mineral deposits or collections of granules in the driveway, downspouts, and gutters could be evidence of further damage.