Homeowners Need to Know the 3 R’s Of Roofing
This article talks about what to do should you see warning signs of roofing problems, considering that most of the homeowners only check their roof when these signs come out.
If these problems start to show, below are the 3Rs in addressing it:
Repair the Roof
This option should be your least costly alternative. For light issues such as small leaks (considering the size of damage too), you can just opt to repair the roof instead of replacing it, which then costs more. If you are to fix one part of the roof which causes the leak, bear in mind that other parts can pose the same problem.
Restore the Roof
If your roof is not just experiencing leaks but has loose or missing shingles too, then it has to be restored. Roof restoration can extend the life of an older room from 1-5 years and is less than ½ the cost of a roof replacement. Depending on the problems of the roof, it will determine if it can just be restored or a total replacement is already needed.
Replace the Roof
This is the most expensive option but the most effective too. This is a total replacement of your roof which means new roof and new longevity. This process means that your old roof will be removed and replaced with a new one.
Homeowners may choose from the options above and whatever it is that you pick, just make sure that this is the best option for your current roofing needs.