Custom Copper Roofs, Flashings, & Gutters
In addition to our standard roofing services, we also offer custom fabrication and installation of copper roofs, flashings, and gutters. These beautiful copper elements can enhance the visual appeal of your home while providing superior protection against the elements.
Residential Roofing Repair & Maintenance
At C. Cougill Roofing Co., Inc., we understand that proper maintenance is key to prolonging the lifespan of your roof. In addition to our installation and repair services, we offer comprehensive roof maintenance packages to ensure your residential roof remains in optimal condition for years to come.
How long should my roof last?
The lifespan of a residential roof can vary depending on factors such as the material used, quality of installation, and weather conditions in the area. Depending on these factors, an average roof lasts 25 to 30 years. However, it’s worth noting that the actual lifespan of a roof can be shorter or longer than this range due to various factors, such as regular maintenance and proper ventilation.
What are the signs of a failing roof?
Some typical signs of a roof that needs maintenance include, but are not limited to:
- Curled, cracked, or missing shingles
- Water damage or stains on interior ceilings and walls
- Algae or moss growth
- Damaged flashing around roof penetrations, such as chimneys and vents
- Higher energy bills without any change in energy consumption
If you notice any of these signs, it may indicate that your roof is failing and needs professional attention from the experts at C. Cougill Roofing Co., Inc. It’s essential to address these issues promptly to prevent further damage and ensure your home’s safety.
Does a leaky roof need to be replaced entirely?
Whether a leaky roof needs a complete replacement depends on the extent of the damage and the roof’s age. Sometimes, a simple repair may be sufficient to fix the leak. However, if the damage is extensive or the top is ancient, a replacement may be necessary to ensure the long-term safety and durability of the structure.