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Ways to Know If You Need a Roof Repair or an Entire Replacement

The roofs of our homes are pretty easy to ignore. We don't look at them as often as we look at other areas of our home such as our kitchens and bathroom, which we come in contact with every day.

So oftentimes the true foundation of our homes can be ignored in our home improvement plans. Much of the time we only remember them once they start to malfunction and we need a complete roof replacement or emergency roofing repairs– and this is a huge mistake.

By now, your home may already have been experiencing leaking. You might even have some premature wear and tear. Regional weather and foliage may have already taken a toll, but it's still not too late to call in some help. Mobile Home Roofing Florida and Mobile Home Repair Contractor provide Professional installation in a timely manner and give exceptional customer service on all our product warranties.

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Besides the obvious signs of an unkempt foundation like missing shingles, there are plenty of other signs that are indicators of your need for a full-on roof replacement:

• Animal Infestations: Have small birds and insects taken shelter in your attic? You will need a roofing or chimney company to install a chimney cap to keep creatures out. 

• Water damage: The number one way to figure out if you have water leak roof damage is if there is a brown spot on your ceiling. If you do not suspect it is an issue with a roof, check your gutters and downspouts. An inadequate gutter system keeps your home from having water damage and if yours is not working properly, that can be the cause of your problems. 

• Shingle Damage: Damage on shingle roofs can come in the form of cracked or curling shingles– or even a few missing shingles. When your shingles are cracked or curling, this means you are experiencing dry rotting.

For one, you can consider a metal roof. A metal roof is one of the most eco-friendly options for roofing replacement solutions. This material is not prone to insect infestations and will definitely help save on energy costs.

If you would like to stick with a shingled roof, that will be fine as well. Asphalt shingles are the most commonly used materials for a reason. Asphalt can be very cost-effective and most contractors will offer you a warranty because they tend to work with this material a lot.