Are your shingles falling off your roof? No need to panic. We’re here to help by sharing a few reasons why this might be the case.
Your roof is an investment and should last you at least 25 years. This means that if your shingles are falling off prematurely, you may have a problem. Keep reading to learn a few signs to look for.
Even if you invested in the best shingles on the market, the installation plays a major role in the lifespan of those shingles. We often see shingles improperly installed which leads to costly repairs in the future. This is the main reason we encourage homeowners to do their research ahead of time and work with a reliable contractor that has years of experience. You often get what you pay for when it comes to roofing, and we’d love to help eliminate the risk of improper installation to help you get the most out of your investment.
Believe it or not, poor ventilation may be the prime culprit causing your shingles to fall off. Moisture is one of your roof’s biggest enemies and many homeowners don’t understand the need for ventilating their attic to also help outdoor airflow. To determine if ventilation is the problem, get in touch with us today.
Storms can cause major damage to your roofing system and you likely don’t realize it until it’s too late. As soon as a storm hits and you notice missing shingles on the ground, you should contact your contractor to assess the damage. In doing so, your proactive measures may save yourself time and money.
The Use of Subpar Materials
At Skyline Contracting, quality over everything is our top priority. When you’re investing in a project as big and important as a roofing system, we want to ensure our customers that they are in good hands for years and years to come. This is why it’s critical to choose a roofing system that includes a strong warranty to protect materials, performance, and workmanship.
If you’re interested in a complimentary roof assessment to determine the health of your shingles and roofing system, reach out to us today. We proudly serve residents all over Northeast Georgia.