Residential Roof Replacement
Charlotte's Residential Roof Replacement Specialists
Depending on your roof’s materials, it could last anywhere between 12 years and hundreds. Most of us are going to need to replace our roof at some point. Whether that’s from ordinary wear and tear, old age, or even extreme damage from a storm, your roof is going to decline eventually. The experienced team at Roof Medic in Charlotte is ready to give you a newer, more modern roof and bring your home back to its former glory.
When Is It Time to Have Your Roof Replaced?
Missing or Damaged Shingles
Missing or damaged shingles are a sign that your roof might need to be replaced. As we all know, the weather in the Charlotte, NC area can often be unpredictable. Not only can storms contribute to lost shingles, but they can also leave you with complete parts of your roof missing. If you notice missing or damaged shingles, call the Roof Medic team immediately.
The Age of Your Roof
Different roofing materials are meant to last different amounts of time (with the proper maintenance of course). For example, asphalt shingle roofs last up to 20 years and tile roofs can last up to 50 years. And if a strong storm hits, you may need a replacement roof even sooner. How old is your roof? If its life expectancy is coming to a close, you might want to think about calling us to take a look.
Residential Roof Repair FAQs
This will depend on how your gutters were installed. Even if we have to temporarily remove the gutters, we can usually put them back on. However, a new roof is a great time to upgrade your current gutters because this prevents them from being damaged during the roofing process.
As homeowners in Charlotte, NC ourselves, we understand the importance of a solid and secure roof. We also understand that the decision to replace your roof is a big one, so we are happy to answer all your questions and guide you through the process.
Contact us today for a free roof inspection and we will send out one of our top contractors to take a look at your roof.