Construction materials that last indefinitely have yet to be invented. For now, all roofs will eventually need a roof replacement, gutters will need to be replaced, windows, siding, and other parts of your home will eventually give in to wear and tear. The best materials can last decades with good maintenance, but nothing lasts forever.
It’s important to recognize these signs so you can have a grasp of when your next exterior renovation should take place. For example, if you notice your windows or doors are starting to swell or stick to their frames, then you know you have about a year or maybe less before it needs replacement. Let our experts at Brewster Roofing LLC show you the telltale signs that your home may start needing some repairs or replacement.
The best way to address issues with your roof is by calling your local roofers for a thorough inspection and repairs. Most asphalt shingle roofs have an estimated life span of 20 to 30 years. High-quality roofing systems with regular maintenance can even surpass past this expectancy. The most common problem in aging roofs is leaking. Leaks can start as small, but will only worsen if not immediately addressed.
Replacement Windows and Doors
Modern replacement windows have an average life span of about 15 to 20 years with good maintenance. Toward the end of their service life, problems such as insulating gas leaks, seal breakage and issues with operation become more prevalent.
For problems in other parts of your exterior such as gutters and siding, call your trusted roofing contractors for a repair visit right away. Over time, gutters can develop rust or become clogged with muck and debris. Siding boards also chip, peel or break years after its estimated life span.
At Brewster Roofing LLC, we can help you breathe new life into your aging home. Give us a call at (913) 915-5234 or fill out our contact form and request a free estimate on exterior renovations today.