But what if your roof has no visible damage? How do you know when it’s time for a new roof? All roofs endure wear and tear from the elements, but depending on the materials they were constructed from, they each have different life expectancies. Traditional shingles for example, last anywhere from 15 to 25 years. With a range that big, you can see how an inspection from a qualified expert can guide you in making your decision to repair or replace.
And let’s not forget — one immediate advantage to a new roof is the positive impact it has on the value of your home, not to mention the instant curb appeal it provides.
And if you consult with a company that offers the highest integrity, you can trust that you’re getting the right solution for you and not just a sales pitch. Plus, no other company offers Kelly Care™, our unique program that ensures your peace of mind now and in the future. In an industry where many companies come and go, isn’t it nice to know there’s a family-owned business with five decades of experience who pledges to be with you long-term?