Have you already noticed some issues with your roof with the arrival of winter weather? Has roof replacement been on your to-do list for some time now? Or maybe you’re trying to determine whether roofing replacement is necessary or if roofing repair will do. As the trusted name in roofing for Roseville and the surrounding areas, JTR Roofing has put together some considerations to take into account. And, when you’re ready to learn more about roofing replacement or repair, contact the professionals here at JTR and we can plan for your roofing work and schedule a great time to get started this spring!
First, what is your roofing budget? At JTR Roofing we always do our best to make sure you get a fair and reasonable price for any roofing repair or replacement services you get from us. But it is important to note that some roofing materials are more budget-friendly than others. When you give us a call at JTR Roofing we can give you some estimates on different roofing materials so you can decide which is best for you.
In Minnesota and Wisconsin, we experience plenty of extreme weather in every season. You don’t want to have to call us for roofing repair because you chose a material for your roof that will not stand up to the outdoor elements. All of the materials that we install including slate, metal, cedar, shingles and more are great choices for our climate. An experienced roofing contractor will be able to help you find the right style roof for your unique home.
We can also help you determine if a roof replacement or roofing repair is in order. Why waste your time and money on a repair if it’s really a replacement you need? It’s best to find out the specific needs of your roof.
How do you know if roofing replacement is in order? How old is your roof? The average roof lifespan is expected to be roughly two decades. If your roof is nearing this point, you should consider having it looked at. But the easiest way to determine if roofing replacement is needed is general deterioration. Wear and tear on your current roof is often your best indicator.
If your roofing has a proper function of gutters, minimal leaks and zero rodent access then simply replacing damaged shingles might provide quality roof function for years to come.