Frequently Asked Questions

If you notice a hole in your roof, missing shingles, leaks, or animals living in your attic then that’s a sign of a damaged roof. Also, it all depends on how old your current roof is, typically if it’s more than 12-15 years old, it may be time to get a replacement.

Generally speaking, a properly installed and maintained roof can last between 25-35 years. But, the actual lifespan of your roof depends on a number of things, including the type of roofing materials that were used as well as the environment.

We always recommend using Owens Corning TruDefinition Duration shingles as it has a limited lifetime warranty and usually has a lifespan that lasts up to 35 years. The Duration shingles can withstand winds of 130mph and has an algae resistance limited warranty of 10 years.

Signs that your current siding is starting to go bad include things like fading, chalking, separation at the seams, warping, and moisture appearing on the inside of your home.

Vinyl siding is a very common choice for many homeowners and can last up to 60 years (with no cleaning and not putting any other effort), but with maintenance and thorough care it can last up to 100 years.