Complete Re-Roofing in Lakeland, Polk County


Central Florida Roof Replacement

Think it’s time to replace your roof? Look for these key warning signs.


Shingles are missing, especially in the valleys of your roof. Water collects in the roof valleys, which can damage shingles and cause them to fall off. Storm damage can knock off shingles in other roof areas. If your roof is missing many shingles, it can’t protect your home as well from weather.


Your shingles are buckling or curling. This is a sign of gradual weather damage. It can lead to leaks if not fixed.


Your attic is leaking. Leaks are bad anywhere in your house, but if water is dripping into your attic it usually means your roof is damaged. If you don’t repair the roof and stop the leak your belongings could suffer water damage.


Your shingles are shedding asphalt granules. Some shedding of loose asphalt granules is normal for a new roof. But if you suddenly begin finding asphalt granules from your older roof in your gutter, you’ve got some roof damage. The more shedding, the less your shingles are protected from sun damage.


You can see daylight through the roof boards. If you can see sunlight, water can get in. Fix this immediately to avoid costly water damage.


Your energy costs are unusually high. Poor ventilation due to an old roof can trap hot air in your attic, increasing cooling costs. Moist insulation is less effective, letting heat escape and increasing heating costs. A new, watertight roof can fix this and save you money.


Your roof is over 20-25 years old. Most roofing experts agree this is the average lifetime for a roof, especially a shingle roof. It might be time to update your roof to enhance curb appeal and boost the resale value of your home.

Deciding to replace your roof is a big decision. If your roof is showing some of these warning signs, you may be asking yourself a lot of questions.

  • Can I repair my roof instead?
  • If I repair my roof now, how much longer can I expect it to last?
  • How much return on investment does a new roof give?
  • How long will a complete re-roof take?
  • Will my insurance cover a new roof?
  • How do I know if I can trust my roofing contractors?

Don’t worry - we're here to help you find answers.

As always, the first step is to give us a call. We’ll schedule a free, no-obligation inspection around your schedule. Once we’ve seen the roof, we can give you detailed advice on whether to repair or replace.

We will always be honest with you about the state of your roof. If your roof doesn’t need to be replaced, we won’t try to sell you a replacement. We’ll do our best to repair it and estimate its remaining lifespan.

Go with the contractors who keep you in the loop from square one. Call or email us and we’ll show you how personalized service and honest communication make all the difference.


Replace your damaged roof before it becomes a costly liability.