Have Questions? We’ve Got Answers!
How do I know when I need a new roof?
Here are some red flags to look for:
- → Curling or cupping shingles
- → Loss of asphalt granulation (you can start to see shiny fiberglass spots, edges or areas)
- → Water damage in your attic or home
- → Cracked or discolored drywall (due to water damage)
- → Decaying shingles
- → Missing shingles
- → Visible cracks
- → Wind damage
- → Broken or damaged shingles
- → Rusted or missing flashing
- → Flashings around pipes crack/deteriorate (you can often times see sunlight coming into the attic)
If a residential roof is over 15 years old, we recommend you call us out to perform an inspection. Sometimes damage isn’t visible to the untrained eye on the ground and catching it early can avoid expensive interior repairs in the future.
Should I have my roof repaired or completely replaced?
How much does a new roof cost?
Don’t choose a roofing contractor on cost alone. Price is important, but not the only factor you should consider. Quality materials and contractor workmanship have value. Hiring the cheapest roofing contractor could cost more in the long run when you consider the cost to repair sub-par roofing and the damage it causes to the inside of the home. We are happy to provide you with an estimate for your home and help with questions you may have to help you better understand the roofing process.
How long will it take for my new roof to be installed?
What if I have issues with my new roof?
Regarding shingle installation and roofing contractor workmanship, Climb Roofing also provides a workmanship warranty. We’ve got you covered.