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Roof replacement on cottage style home
The Age of Your Roof

Checking to see when your current roof was installed is a good place to begin. Replacing a sagging, damaged, or failing roof will save you time and money in the long run.

Roof Leaks

This is the number one reason homeowners replace a new roof – leaks. Tell-tale signs include water stains inside your home on the walls, ceiling, or beams, the smell of mold, rotting framing, and insulation damage.

Roof Damage

Working with a trusted roofing contractor will help you assess the damage and anticipated cost of repair, so you can make the right decision for your home and wallet. If the damage exceeds more than 30% of your roof, replacing might be the best way to go.

Storm Potential

Our homes in Minnesota often take a beating due to weather – snow, ice dams, hail, winds, and the occasional tornado. Replacing missing shingles, gutters, flashing, or other roofing materials will help keep the cost of your roof repairs at a manageable level.

Obviously, replacing your roof will cost more than repairing parts of your roof. However, if it’s estimated that you’ll be making many repairs over a short period of time, it may be best to bite the bullet and replace the whole thing.

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