When was the roof on your home replaced last? New roofs have a lifespan of approximately 25 years. If you’re nearing that number, it’s a good idea to begin thinking about roof replacement now. It’s likely you’ve not dealt with roof replacement before, so it’s understandable that you have questions. While your professional roofer will be able to provide a lot of information, here are the answers to several questions many homeowners have regarding the process.
When Will I Need Roof Replacement?
Again, roofs will generally last 20 to 25 years if properly maintained. Ignoring roof repairs for extended periods of time can cause this to shrink drastically. Areas with harsher climates and more frequent storms can require more frequent roof replacements.
Will the Process Take a Long Time?
Every home is different and only your roofing contractor will be able to provide a time estimate specific to your situation. That said, you should expect the process to take anywhere from a single day to a week.
Which Material is Best for a New Roof?
There are a number of roofing materials to choose from, including slate, metal, copper, and asphalt. You’ll want to spend some time researching which material will be ideal for your home, location, and weather.
How Do I Find a Reliable Roofer?
The best way to find a reliable roofer for your roof replacement is to ask people you know for recommendations. A referral is always best. You can also search for nearby companies online.
Need to Schedule Roof Replacement?
If you think it’s time for a roof replacement, contact a roofing company right away. We have professional roofers available at Sno-King Roofing & Gutters to discuss your roofing needs. Find out more about the services we offer, including roof inspections, roof replacement, and gutter care, by visiting our website. Want to schedule an appointment? Call (855) 736–4446 today!
Edited by Justin Vorhees
Professional Roof Replacement
Serving Customers in Mukilteo, Mill Creek, Everett, Lake Forest Park, Edmonds, Woodinville, Lynnwood, Kenmore, Lake Stevens, Snohomish, Mountlake Terrace, Shoreline, Woodway, Bothell, and Brier