Signs of an Impending Leaking RoofMissing or torn shingles expose the roof to water damage and rot, and make nearby shingles more susceptible to being blown away. Old shingles will curl, split and
Signs You Might Be Headed for a Leaking Roof
Signs of an Impending Leaking Roof
Replace a Roof without Removing the Roof
You have two main roof replacement options: You can either remove the old roof or put a new roof down on top of the old one. Putting a new roof down on top of the old one is almost always cheaper but often doesn’t last as long—a typical situation where you get what you pay for. However, some considerations can make one choice better than the other. If you have more than two roofing layers already present, your roof can get heavy, cumbersome, and the sub-layers may end up rotting through to the point where your new roof is no longer stable.
Removing and Replacing the Roof
As a Realtor® & Certified New Construction Specialist, I assist consumers in the buying, selling, or leasing of properties in the Greater Austin area. ....
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