If you're reading this, then you already suspect your roof needs help. You might be thinking of trying to get one more year out of your current roof, but a little voice is asking, "Am I doing the right thing?"

The number one reason to have a roof is to keep water out of your structure. After a roof reaches its useful life, tiny leaks often develop allowing water to enter unnoticed. Water is unforgiving. It takes advantage of the smallest leaks and attacks structure in your attic, walls and ceilings. The resulting hidden damage will need to be repaired or replaced, and that will add to the cost of ownership. For that reason alone, it is wise to replace your roof sooner than later.

Wood decking and structural members deteriorate and will need to be replaced when your new roof is installed. The more time that passes, the more damage is done, dramatically increasing the cost associated with the replacement of damaged decking and structural members.

Drywall can become saturated, stained, warpe, and moldy. Damage to drywall and other interior surfaces increases as more time passes.

Roofing material costs have increased dramatically over the past few years and may continue to do so. Replacing a roof sooner than later ensures you will pay today's lower prices for roofing materials.

Your roof plays an important part in the value of your property. Replacing your roof now will increase your property value.

However, you might not need a new roof. If your roof leaks or a few shingles blew off during a recent storm, don't panic. Small problems like these can often be solved without replacing the entire roof. Farha Roofing is happy to provide a free estimate of your roof system. We will identify the cause, define the solution and provide a written estimate for your review.

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