Most roofs have a finite life span. When they near the end of it, they’ll usually begin showing signs of wear and tear and require more intensive upkeep. Still, many factors affect the longevity of your roof and knowing them may give you insight on how to extend it. At Ethos General Contractors, your trusted local roofing company, we wanted to discuss the main factors that affect your roof’s longevity and it's service life.
Your roof can be vague in telling you what’s going on with it. The warning signs are often indirect and yet the danger of ignoring them is real. Addressing these issues, however, when they’re still small and inconsequential can save you money and time. You just need to know what they are and what they mean. Ethos General Contractors lists four way your roof might be trying to tell you something.