If you have roof damage or leaking, NOW is the best time to replace your roof! Waiting can lead to more problems and additional home repair costs.

As a proactive homeowner, it’s good to keep an eye on your home and plan ahead for routine maintenance. The years pass quickly and it can feel like updates or repairs happened recently, when, in reality, 10 years have passed!

The average life expectancy of a roof is 25-30 years, give or take a few years depending on materials used and the climate. In Michigan, the cold winters and year-round storms make it necessary to inspect your roof on a regular basis. If you notice wear, missing shingles, damage, or decay, contact us for an inspection!

As mentioned before, it’s better to be proactive with your roof than to wait for damage. If you are not sure how old your roof is, contact your local township office and request a record of the building permits for your home.

We replace roofs throughout the year, but spring, summer, and fall are the best seasons for a new roof in Michigan. A new roof provides a significant return on your investment – and if you’re planning to sell your home soon, a new roof can close the deal. As always, we are happy to answer any questions you have about when your home needs roof repair or replacement.