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  1. Thanks for mentioning that the signs of a roof leak can be subtle, like moisture in the attic and water stains. My home is very old, and we’ve been wondering if we need a new roof. I’ll be certain to show this to my father, so he can make an informed decision. Do you have any tips for hiring a professional roofer in our area to help us?

    1. Reviews can be reliable. Look for quantity and quality of reviews. Contractors that have multiple reviews of great quality tend to be more reliable.

  2. It’s good to know that I should look into getting my roof replaced if I have excessive granule loss. You mentioned that missing granules accelerates the deterioration of a roof, thus making it more susceptible to damage. If this is the case, I’ll look into getting my roof replaced before winter hits.

    1. It’s always good to keep an eye on these things, since just one winter too long can lead to water damage that ends up being more expensive to fix down the road.

  3. I’m glad you pointed out that although moss growth on your roof may seem harmless, it can grow in between your shingles while absorbing rainwater and lead to significant roof decay. I was up on my home’s roof recently putting up my Christmas decorations, and I noticed an area that had a bit of moss growth. I wasn’t sure if I should be concerned, so thanks for letting me know that moss growth definitely necessitates roof repair!

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