Roof Replacement in Texas
Are you in the market for roof replacement in Texas?
If so, you’ve come to the right place. We are Rebuild Texas, and we’re proud to say that we’re your number one choice for all of your roofing needs in Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Temple, Colleyville, Grapevine, Southlake and beyond. Replacing your roof is a big deal, and it’s incredibly important that you pick the right team for the job. Luckily, with us on your side, finding the right roofing contractors doesn’t have to be difficult!
How do you know when it’s time to replace your roof?
In this day and age, even the least expensive roofing materials, like asphalt shingles, are made to last for decades. However, storm damage, a lack of maintenance and unattended repairs can cause a roof to break down prematurely. Replacing your roof at the first sign trouble (if repair is not recommended) is the only surefire way to avoid expensive damage down the road, but how do you know when the time comes to replace your roof? Here are a few signs to keep an eye out for:
Your roof is at least 20 years old.
If you have an asphalt shingle roof, you can expect to get anywhere between 20 and 25 years of service out of it. Is your roof reaching the 20-year mark? Schedule an appointment to have a roofer come out and take a look. Chances are, you’ll probably need to get it replaced sooner than later.
Your shingles are missing, curling or buckling.
Properly fastened shingles are an incredibly important aspect of your roof, and if your shingles have gone missing, or they’ve curled or buckled, they can’t do their job. This means that water could leak into your roof, leading to water damage if it’s not taken care of promptly.
You’ve found shingle granules in your gutters.
When your shingles start to deteriorate, it’s not always as obvious as it is when shingles are missing, torn, curled or buckled. However, you can get a good idea of what kind of condition your shingles are in by looking for shingle granules in your gutters. You should also look for dark or inconsistent colors on your roof.
Your roof has started to sag.
The lines of your roof should be perfectly straight, and if they’ve started to sag, it’s time to get a roofer out to your home as soon as possible. Sagging can occur on water-damaged roofs, as well as roofs that are holding excessive weight, both of which will likely require a new roof to repair. Other possible causes of a sagging roof include foundational shifts, or poor quality roofing materials or installation.
Turn to Rebuild Texas for professional roof replacement you can trust.
Has the time come to replace the roof on your home in Texas? Turn to the experts at Rebuild Texas. We’re a top 1 percent roofing contractor, and we work with a wide variety of roofing materials, including asphalt shingles, metal, stone coated steel, slate, TPO and more. Best of all, with us, you can get a new roof for as low as $99 per month! Combine that with our incredible roof financing, and you won’t find a better deal.