Shea Downs from Capital City Roofing tells us why he doesn’t replace roofs that don’t need it.
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I’m here today with Shea Downs from Capital City Roofing to address a question we hear a lot from people who are thinking about replacing their roofs: What happens if a hailstorm strikes?
As a company, Capital City Roofing tends to avoid replacing roofs that don’t need it. When they’re giving an evaluation of someone’s roof project, they always try to keep its life expectancy in mind—it would be really unfortunate if someone replaced their roof this year, only to have it damaged in a hailstorm next year. That’s why they only replace a roof when it’s been degraded to the point where it risks damage to the interior of the home.
To figure out whether now is the time to have your roof replaced, simply give a local roofer you trust a call and ask for an evaluation. Capital City Roofing will come out to your home for a free evaluation. They’ll let you know the general condition of your roof and its life expectancy to help you make informed decisions for your home repair plans.
It would be really unfortunate if someone replaced their roof this year, only to have it damaged in a hailstorm next year.
If you have any questions about roof replacement, visit www.CapitalCityRoofingLLC.com. For any other questions you have about real estate, don’t hesitate to reach out to the Gregory Group. We’d love to help.