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What goes into our 37 point
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Roof inspections should be done at least once every one to two years, but it’s often neglected until a problem occurs. Rhino Roofers is a top rated roofer that provides a 37-point roof inspection to give our customers peace of mind. During our inspection, we will look for leaks, external damage, structural integrity, and any areas that require preventative maintenance.

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Assessment

Your assigned roofing expert will listen to and understand your concerns, preferences and timeline. Our team will perform a 37-point inspection of your roof to determine if there are any damages, leaks, workmanship issues, or end-of-life components .

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Recommendation

When we fully understand your concerns, preferences, timeline, and your roof's condition, we will share our findings via photos and video. After that, we'll make recommendations on any required repairs or if a full replacement of the roof is warranted.

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Selections

Our experts will work with you to design a solution for a long-lasting, beautiful roof, and will work to make it as affordable as possible. You’ll select the type of roof–asphalt shingles, metal, or tile–and additional features such as color, ventilation, gutters, rain chains, rain barrels, and more.

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Build Day

On build day, we will properly protect your home, repair or build your new roof with a focus on attention-to-detail, and ensure the area around your home is thoroughly cleaned. After the build is complete, we will perform a quality check of the roof and your yard to ensure you are completely satisfied.

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The average roof will last anywhere between 15-30 years, depending on the type of material and how well it is maintained. Asphalt shingles are typically the most common residential roofing material and have an lifespan of 20 to 25 years. Clay tile roofs have a life expectancy of 40 to 50 years with proper maintenance. Metal roofs may last 40+ years, but age faster when exposed to sun or windy environments. Other factors that can reduce a roof’s life include inadequate attic ventilation or insulation; improper installation; hail damage; and animal damage from pets scratching at shingles or chewing away at the deck boards underneath them. To extend your rooftop’s longevity, it’s important to perform preventive maintenance such as regularly checking for any missing or damaged shingles, cleaning gutter guard systems if applicable, replacing cracked chimney flashings, rusted metal trim around skylights vents and gutters etc., eliminating standing water around drain pipes near downspouts which could cause excessive wear over time – all these tasks help you keep your home safe by avoiding costly repairs due in part by neglect. With regular inspection annually (or semi-annually if you are located in an area prone to severe weather) you can prolong its lifespan significantly!

This information about longevity of roofs was provided by Performance Roofing Systems!

When deciding whether to repair or replace a roof, there are several factors to consider. The age and condition of the existing roof will play a major role in the decision making process. Generally speaking, if your roof is more than 20 years old, it is usually better to replace rather than repair it as repairs may only be a temporary fix that won’t last long-term. A good rule of thumb is that any major damage such as holes caused by weathering or bucks from hail can significantly reduce the life expectancy of your existing roof system and therefore should be replaced.

This applies also when you have multiple layers of shingles on your home as having two roofs on top of each other increases moisture retention and reduces ventilation which can lead to accelerated aging and further damage down the road. Additionally, when assessing whether repair vs replacement makes more financial sense, it’s important to factor in costs associated with energy efficiency as well; newer roofs typically offer superior insulation capability resulting in lower heating and cooling bills over time which adds value to your property along with providing better overall climate control for those living inside the building itself.

All these factors must be taken into account when choosing between repair or replacement for an existing roof system but generally speaking if it’s older than 20 years then replacement is often times preferred due its longer lasting performance characteristics versus repairs that might not hold up against future weather conditions.

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