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St. Cloud Roofing 101; Things to Consider About Your Roof

Roofing in St. Cloud

If you are like most homeowners, you probably lack the technical skills and proper equipment to successfully replace your roof. So you are going to want to have a St. Cloud roofing contractor that you can trust to work on your roof when you need it repaired or replaced.

Most asphalt roofs will last 20 years or more but when it is neglected or damaged by a storm it could fail early. The best prescription for getting the most life out of your roof is to have it inspected and maintained regularly by a top-rated St. Cloud roofer. However, in between examinations homeowners should consider the following:

The Age of Your Roof

The type of material that your roof is made out of is going to ultimately determine how long it will last. These estimates are based on proper maintenance and a little luck from mother nature;

  • 3 Tab Shingles: 10-20 years
  • Architectural Shingles: 30 years
  • Wood Shake: 20-40 years
  • Metal Roofing: 40-70 years
  • Slate Roofing: 125 years.

Roof Leaks

A leaky roof can be detrimental to your home. If you know that your roof is leaking do not wait for it to cause other problems for your home. Things like mold in your attic, damaged paint/drywall, and structural damage are just the tip of the iceberg of what can happen if you let a roof leak spiral out of control in your home.

Obvious Damage

Missing or damaged shingles are a sure sign that it is time to call a St. Cloud roofer over to your home. Your roof is the main defender of your home, so do not take any chance with it. Our highly qualified and proficient GAF certified roofers will ensure that your roofing project will be completed on-time, and on budget, with an elegance that your neighbors will crave.


We offer free inspections and estimates o give us a call today! You'll see why so many Minnesota homeowners know why "The Choice Is Clear" when it comes to choosing a St. Cloud roof repair and replacement contractor.

Posted by: Admin
July 12, 2020
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