Roofing Inspection News
Houston Roof Inspection to Protect Your Home
How old is your roof? If you don’t know, then it may be nearing its expiration. If your shingles are reaching their 20-year mark, then it’s time to receive a roof inspection from one of our roofing experts at Amstill Roofing.
A roof inspection is very important for the life of your roof. This allows us to make sure your shingles are healthy and strong, and our roofing experts will be able to check for soft spots in the roof and places where water is collecting. All of these issues can cause serious problems, not just to your roof, but also to the interior of your home.
CATCH ROOFING PROBLEMS BEFORE THEY WORSEN
Getting a roof repair or a roof replacement does cost, but catching issues before they worsen can save you a lot of money. If you put off roofing issues for too long they can cause internal damage within our attic.
CRACKS IN THE ROOF: If water begins to seep through cracks or breaks in the roofing structure, then it can create mold, which can cause health issues to you and your family. Removing mold from your roof and attic can be a very costly endeavor because it requires removing and replacing sheetrock, insulation, and plywood. If there are cracks in your roof, get your roof repaired quickly.
OLD SHINGLES: If your shingles are nearing their 20-year mark, then it may be time for them to be replaced because 20 years is typically the life of shingles. However, this warranty is commonly for 3-tab shingles. At Amstill Roofing, we provide three types of shingles: 3-tab shingles, laminate shingles, and architectural shingles. Depending on the type of shingles you choose, they could have a warranty for 50 years or more.
Our roof inspectors can evaluate the health of your shingles and overall roof. We provide free roof inspections to all customers. We do this because we care about the safety and security of everyone’s home in the Houston area.
If you are concerned about the health of your roof, then contact Amstill Roofing today. We serve all of the Greater Houston area, including Sugarland, Katy, Memorial and the Energy Corridor.