Sometimes all it takes is one good storm to really reveal the weakness in an old aging roof. This roof in Port Orchard was already experiencing minor moisture penetration and damage before a good old PNW winter rainstorm came through. After the storm, it was clear the aging composite shingles were at the end of their life with many cracked and missing and serious leaking occurring requiring an emergency tarp to be installed before the entire roof could be replaced.
We always recommend that customers contact us early if they suspect that their roof is at the end of its usefulness. Click here for signs. If it is, its always better to schedule a consultation before the rain begins. Not only does this prevent further damage and expense but also you can imagine when a storm does come through, a roofers' calendar gets full very fast. The best-case scenario is to have addressed any needed repairs or replacement before the rainy season begins!
These customers can rest assured this fall that their new roofing system with Certainteed Northgate composite shingles in Max Def Granite Gray will keep them warm and dry for many many years to come.