Signs You Need Shingle Roof Replacement

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Asphalt shingles exist as the most popular roofing selection in the country. When you consider the wide range of styles and relative durability of asphalt shingles, this makes perfect sense. Asphalt shingles also represent a cost-effective option for a roof, especially when compared to materials like metal or slate tiles. Shingle roofs will eventually need replacement, however. If you notice any of the following signs for shingle roof replacement in Las Vegas, NV, call Ariat Roofing at 702.208.4153.

Missing or Damaged Shingles

While some amount of missing or damaged shingles can benefit from repair, too many signals a need for replacement. As you continually replace shingles, your roof will acquire an unattractive, patchwork look. Additionally, a roof that regularly sheds shingles has some fundamental flaw. Call us today for an inspection to determine the cause.

Old Age

Simple old age can also signal the need for a new roof. The average asphalt shingle roof lasts for 20 to 25 years. If you have had yours for a similar amount of time, call for an inspection. Old roofs can look perfectly serviceable, when in fact the next storm could result in total failure. If you do not know the age of your roof, pay attention to your neighbors. Since most homes in a neighborhood were constructed around the same time, nearby roof replacements can indicate a need for your own.

Gutter Granules

Asphalt shingles have a granule coating as an added layer of protection. If your shingles begin to shed a large amount of granules, then you need roof replacement. The loss of granules makes the shingles vulnerable to impacts and the sun. As asphalt shingles dry out, they begin to curl and leave your roof open to leaks. You can check for excessive granules in your rain gutters.

For roof replacement in Las Vegas, NV, call 702.208.4153 for the experts at Ariat Roofing. We offer fast, dependable service in the installation of new roofs.