It’s not uncommon for homeowners to prioritize improvements and repairs based on budget and necessity. This practice sometimes results in pushing off roof repairs in favor of another project that seems like more of an emergency. Placing a higher value on other home repairs over your roof often costs hard-working people in Texas, Louisiana and Florida, more than they expected. Unlike other minor upkeep projects, your roof remains the first line of defense against substantial damage.
The impact of severe weather storms, searing temperatures, and arctic blasts can take their toll on any structure. Your roof feels the brunt of these and other conditions. If you see any of the following telltale signs that your roof may have been compromised, it’s crucial to take prompt corrective measures.
These are signs that your roof is no longer functioning at a high enough level to protect the structural integrity of your home. Faltering shingles, gaps, and inadequate flashing allows moisture to get into attics, ceilings, behind walls, and negatively impact the structure. The result of even minor moisture incursions diminishes the strength of support beams, walls, and may spur unhealthy mold growths.
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