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HOW LONG DO ROOFS LAST?

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, replacing cracked chimney flashings or rusted metal trim around skylights vents and gutters, and eliminating standing water around drain pipes near downspouts which could cause excessive wear over time. All of these tasks help to keep your home safe by avoiding costly repairs due in part by neglect. With regular annual inspections (or semi-annual if you’re located in an area prone to severe weather), you can prolong its lifespan significantly.

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, replacing cracked chimney flashings or rusted metal trim around skylights vents and gutters, and eliminating standing water around drain pipes near downspouts which could cause excessive wear over time. All of these tasks help to keep your home safe by avoiding costly repairs due in part by neglect. With regular annual inspections (or semi-annual if you’re located in an area prone to severe weather), you can prolong its lifespan significantly.

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, replacing cracked chimney flashings or rusted metal trim around skylights vents and gutters, and eliminating standing water around drain pipes near downspouts which could cause excessive wear over time. All of these tasks help to keep your home safe by avoiding costly repairs due in part by neglect. With regular annual inspections (or semi-annual if you’re located in an area prone to severe weather), you can prolong its lifespan significantly.

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, replacing cracked chimney flashings or rusted metal trim around skylights vents and gutters, and eliminating standing water around drain pipes near downspouts which could cause excessive wear over time. All of these tasks help to keep your home safe by avoiding costly repairs due in part by neglect. With regular annual inspections (or semi-annual if you’re located in an area prone to severe weather), you can prolong its lifespan significantly.

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, replacing cracked chimney flashings or rusted metal trim around skylights vents and gutters, and eliminating standing water around drain pipes near downspouts which could cause excessive wear over time. All of these tasks help to keep your home safe by avoiding costly repairs due in part by neglect. With regular annual inspections (or semi-annual if you’re located in an area prone to severe weather), you can prolong its lifespan significantly.

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, replacing cracked chimney flashings or rusted metal trim around skylights vents and gutters, and eliminating standing water around drain pipes near downspouts which could cause excessive wear over time. All of these tasks help to keep your home safe by avoiding costly repairs due in part by neglect. With regular annual inspections (or semi-annual if you’re located in an area prone to severe weather), you can prolong its lifespan significantly.

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, replacing cracked chimney flashings or rusted metal trim around skylights vents and gutters, and eliminating standing water around drain pipes near downspouts which could cause excessive wear over time. All of these tasks help to keep your home safe by avoiding costly repairs due in part by neglect. With regular annual inspections (or semi-annual if you’re located in an area prone to severe weather), you can prolong its lifespan significantly.

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