DO I NEED
Our goal is to save as many roofs from being replaced as possible, but at some point even the best roof will need to be replaced.
Fortunately, we have partnered with the best local roofing contractor in Virginia to provide you with an array of roofing solutions to meet your needs. Our roof solution specialists will determine if your roof is a candidate for our roof renewal treatment and if it turns out that your roof needs to be replaced, you will be provided with a no obligation quote for a full or partial replacement. We are committed to offering homeowners and businesses alike the best quality, service, and value for their roofing needs.
Renew, Repair or Replace?
Our roof renewal treatment can reverse the effects of aging on many of our customers roofs, however the treatment will not address any physical damage to the roof. If your roof isn’t very old and you spot a few loose or damaged shingles, you may be able to just replace them. But for broader or more extensive damage, it may be time for a new roof. The key is a regular roof inspection so you know what’s going on up there.
What roof damage looks like...
Roof damage comes in all forms. Know what to look for.
Check your attic after severe weather. A leak could mean some shingles are damaged, the underlayment (a protective barrier between your shingles and the plywood of your roof) has failed, or flashing (the material that seals joints on your roof) has deteriorated.
Blistering or Pealing Paint
Poor ventilation may cause moisture to get trapped in your house, which may cause exterior paint to peel and blister.
Ceiling or Wall Stains
Leaks from outside the house or moisture trapped inside it can cause stains and possibly mold or mildew.
Another issue with poor ventilation and moisture in your layers of roofing materials is the decay of sheathing (also called decking) which is the layer of plywood that forms the foundation of your roof. If you notice a sagging ceiling, broken gutters, leaks or missing patches of shingles, your sheathing may be damaged.
When shingles reach the end of their useful life, you may notice they fall off or become cracked, brittle or curled, which means it may be time for a new roof.
It may look like dirt, but dark stains on your shingles may be moss, lichen, or blue-green algae. This may not require a new roof, and can be cleaned during a roof renewal treatment.