At Pro’s Choice Roofing LLC we’re going to upfront about what the real issues are. We won’t tell you to repair something that we cannot actually repair the right way. Here are a few things to consider before you make a decision.
Your time constraints:
A flexible schedule can sometimes mean more options. Your schedule and the weather can impact when you need your roof work completed, so consider your timeline when making a choice.
The age of your roof:
Repairs are often better for younger roofs. But if your roof is 18 or 20 years old, it might be time for a new roof.
The size of the damage:
Small damage can sometimes even be fixed the day that you call, depending on the size. However, if over 30 percent of your roof is damaged, we will likely recommend a roof replacement.
Your design choices:
Any shingles used in a repair will be a different hue from the original shingles. If you don’t want mismatched shingles on your rooftop where the repair will be, a roof replacement is an important step.
Type and extent of damage:
If the underside and supports of your roof show moisture damage, a simple repair is not the solution. Roof replacements fix these areas for a safe and reliable roof.
If it’s time to install new gutters, a contractor can easily include a new gutter system in the installation of a new roof. This is easier and often more cost effective as a solution.