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Protect Your Home with a New Roof
As a homeowner, you want to safeguard one of your most significant assets. At TermiGuard Services & Fenwick, we’ve partnered with South Jersey communities for years to build high-quality roofs that protect homes.
After years in the roofing industry, TermiGuard Services & Fenwick has achieved GAF Master Elite Roofing Contractor status. The GAF program allows us to offer a 50-year warranty. GAF’s certification program provides ongoing training for roofing professionals, and only 2% of all roofing contractors are qualified as Master Elites. A strong warranty is important to give you the confidence and “peace of mind” knowing we will stand behind and fix any future issues should they arise.
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Signs You Need a New Roof
The average lifespan of an asphalt shingle roof is between 20-30 years, but there are signs to watch out to see if you need to replace it before then.
From the inside of your attic, if you can see staining or water damage, it may be time to replace your roof. Poor ventilation in your attic may lead to moisture getting trapped and providing the perfect environment for a mold colony. As a mold colony grows, it can damage roof decking and rafter members and weaken the overall structure. Dark streaks or stains can indicate that the roof is failing or suffering ice damming and water penetration. Any evidence of sagging or deflection with the roof decking anywhere on your roof may be proof the shingles are no longer protecting the house or there are prior workmanship issues.
The outside appearance of the shingles is also indicative of whether it’s time to replace a roof. While it’s normal for a few granules on the roof to sometimes end up in the gutter, excessive granules in the gutters on an older roof is a more significant concern. Over time as the granules fall off, they expose the asphalt directly to the sun, and the shingles begin to deteriorate more quickly. Shingles without granules are near the very end of their lifespan.
Hipping, curling, cracking or cupping is a sign of weathering and most likely needed roof replacement.