Owning a house means you will have more than just one responsibility and since there is so much to worry about we overlook little things. You may have grown accustom to that one ray of sunshine peeking through your roof and even placed a bucket for the rain that sneak its way inside. Whether you have decided to overlook the little things or not here are 5 signs you need a roofer in Fort Lauderdale from the experts at Chase Roofing & Contracting!
#1 You have grown to love the little sunshine or rain that comes in
This sign is important and especially if you live in Florida. As a Floridian you know that rain and sunshine are always fighting each other and while it may rain it may quickly turn into sunshine. However, living in Florida you already know that hurricanes and storms are bound to happen. If your roof boards are letting in daylight or rain this means your roof is weak and it can be more likely to collapse or worsen the damage during a storm.
#2 Your roof Is older than you thought
If you can think back on the time you replaced your roof that’s good news and you may just need an inspection to make sure everything is strong but if you can’t remember the last time you replaced your roof neither does the last owner, then it may be time to replace your roof!
#3 Your roof is missing a shingle or two
Your roof may be missing a shingle or two and you thought “hey, it’s just a shingle, the roof is still intact” but this could be a sign that your roof is in need of repairs.
#4 When you clean your gutters you find shingle granules
While cleaning out your gutters you may have found or have been told that there are shingle granules in there and you thought it’s not a big deal. However, this is a sign that your roof is wearing away. The shingle granules in your gutters is a sign that your roof is coming to the end of its life cycle.
If you find yourself coming to the conclusion that you need a new roof don’t look elsewhere when you can work with the best roofer! Let our professional team of roofers at Chase Roofing & Contracting, take a look at your roof and see if you would be better off repairing or replacing your roof. We can’t wait to hear from you!