How to Know When You Need a New Roof

When you own a home, there is certainly no shortage of things to stay on top of. In fact, there is so much to do that it can be easy to end up overlooking some of the major projects. While your roof might look okay from where you’re standing on the ground, the fact is that you could be neglecting signs of serious problems. Unless you are a professional roofer, it can be a challenge to tell whether new roofing is the most advisable course of action, or if a simple repair might suffice to extend the life of your roof. In this case, look to the advice of a trusted and established Denver roofing company— like Cenco Building Services—to find out if it’s time to replace your roof.

Roof Certification Professionals for Realtors and Property Managers

In addition to years of experience with roof installation, the experts of Cenco Building Services also offer comprehensive inspection services for your property in Colorado, and you can be sure that we have the skills to identify all the tell-tale signs that it’s time to replace your roof. However, we know that new roofs are expensive, so we inspect your Denver home with an eye to helping you determine the best course of action, including routine maintenance, repairs, or replacement. If you still aren’t sure whether or not you need to contact a roofing company, consider the following obvious signs of roof damage:

  • Shingles are curling, cracking, or missing.
  • Metal is rusting or missing.
  • Water is leaking or rotting.
  • Moss and algae are covering shingles.
  • The roof is visibly sagging.

Learn More About How to Know When You Need a New Roof

To find out more about signs to watch for that it’s time to replace your roof, we encourage you to reach out to our licensed and certified Colorado roofing contractors. Feel free to pick up the phone and give us a call if you have any questions, or if it’s more convenient, you can simply fill out our online form to request a free, no-obligation project quote.

Are Impact Resistant Shingles Worth It?

Shingles that are “impact resistant” are considered a class 4 product, and are designed to withstand the high winds and hail damage that Colorado residents experience annually.

Learn More