Making Your Roof Last Longer
Extending your roof’s useful life helps you make the most of your roofing investment. We do this through better understanding your roof’s needs, using superior materials and craftsmanship, and proper ongoing maintenance.
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Homeowners, therefore, frequently ask us how long their roof should last and how they can prolong its lifespan. As a leading roofing company in Sarasota, FL, Sonshine Roofing is committed to addressing and providing solutions to a homeowner’s roofing concerns.
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The Florida roofing industry has boomed over the last five years with revenues of $2 billion. This is mostly due to the demand for repair and replacement after major weather events. The most common cause of leak repair isn't a hurricane though. Leaks can occur in...
Your roof is not just an aesthetic entity; your roof is vital to the overall protection and functionality of your home. A bad roof will not only allow moisture to make its way into your home, but it will also do a poor job of insulating your home as well. For this...
How long does a roof last? If it's been a long time since you've had to replace the roof on your home, you might be asking yourself that question right now. After all, the last thing you want to do is wait too long to replace a roof and experience the consequences....
We’ve Been Doubling the Life of Roofs for Over 30 Years
While some things not required by building codes may cost more, they can also greatly extend the length of time your roof is able to protect your home. A small additional investment can actually save you money over the long run, and can even double your roof’s life!
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How long should a roof last?
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How will I know a roof needs to be replaced?
When walking on the roof, such as when installing Christmas lights or cleaning off roof debris, pay attention to any areas that feel spongy or bouncy like a trampoline. This typically means moisture has made its way to the decking underneath the roofing material, and the roof may need to be replaced. All are signs it’s time to call a reputable roofing company to do a more thorough inspection. This will help you determine what is needed, a roof repair or roof replacement.