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Home improvement presents many options and flexibilities for homeowners. From installing a new door to having a new paint, even a minor touch up can make a difference. There are renovations, however, that are more important than others. Michigan homeowners should opt for improvements that will give the most physical value for their trouble. The best home expert to consult is a professional contractor for roofing in Troy MI.

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Why a New Roof?
Roof replacement will increase the overall longevity of a home. Since a waterproof and durable roof prevents water and other types of weather damage, the rest of the home’s components would be protected. If the roof has damaged or missing shingles, water and snow seep down into the structure of the home, eventually causing even more damage. In this regard, an article from Sheknows.com provides these tips:

Take it from the top
So, what should you look for when inspecting your roof? The (NRCA) recommends you do a roof inspection at least two times a year — spring and fall. The best place to begin is inside your house.
Here are four things to look for on the inside:
1) Places where the roof deck is sagging
2) Signs of water damage or leaking
3) Dark spots and trails
4) Outside light showing through the roof.
Exterior check
When you take a look at the exterior of the roof, pay attention to such things as damaged flashing, missing shingles, curling, blistering, buckling, rotting and algae growth.

To learn more about the benefits of a replacement roof, contact the Troy roofing experts at Tittle Brothers Construction. Their workers’ knowledge, training and experience guarantee that your new roof will be installed correctly the first time, which will avoid those costly re-repairs that are needed when the wrong contractor leaves a mess behind. Visit the Jones & Associates website at www.thejonesboys.com to schedule a free in-home consultation.
(Article Excerpt and Image from “Do you need a new roof? 10 ways to tell,” SheKnows.com)