Getting a new roof is an investment that requires a significant capital investment. Depending on the roof you get, you can easily spend tens of thousands of dollars. As such, it's important that you get a high-quality roof. Unfortunately, some roofing contractors may take shortcuts, which can undermine the performance of your roof. Fortunately, you can prevent your new roof from failing by looking out for the following telltale signs.  

Your Roof Is Sagging in the Middle

One obvious sign that your new roof isn't up to par is the fact that it is sagging. A sagging roof often dips in the center. The most common reason your roof sags is extreme weight. If you find that a sagging roof is your problem, you should act quickly to get the problem resolved.  

Your Exterior Fascia Is Damaged  

A failing roof affects a lot of aspects of your home, including your fascia. If you have siding or brick on your home, you will see signs that your roof is failing. You may see your vinyl siding buckle, or you may notice cracks in your bricks, both are a sign that your roof may be installed incorrectly.   

You Have Water Leaks  

Water leaks are always a sign that something is wrong with your roof. In many cases, a water leak will prompt you to contact your roofer to determine the problem, especially if your roof is new.   

Your Doors Are No Longer Square  

Your roof supports your entire home. If something changes with the angles of your roof, it will ultimately affect angles throughout your entire home. As such, if you notice that your doors or your windows are no longer square following a roof install, you may have a problem with your roof. In most cases, you will notice that your doors and windows don't close as they as they did before your roof was installed.   

If you have any of these problems, we are more than happy to help you correct the problem. At All American Roofing and Restoration, we are the premier roofing company in the area. We've helped thousands of customers roofing problems, from fixing small repairs to installing entire roofs. We encourage you to give us a call today so that we can begin the process of examining your roof.   

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