Get Help Making Cost-Effective Roofing Decisions
How long is it really worthwhile to get your roof repaired before a replacement roof makes more financial sense? This is a question we get a lot from both commercial and residential customers here at S&R Eagle Services. Unfortunately, unless you have the training to perform a pro-quality roof inspection, there’s no easy answer.
Luckily, we make the process simple for our clients throughout Denver. When your roof has sustained significant storm damage, or if your roof has passed its useful lifespan, give our roofers a call! S&R Eagle Services makes roof evaluation easy and affordable, with free roof inspections and estimates. We’ll help you get a thorough idea of the condition of your roof and a detailed rundown on your most cost-effective options to ensure a safe, sturdy roof over your head. Connect with our roofers today to get started!
The S&R Eagle Services roofers boast a diverse skill set. We’re certified to repair and install many different types of roofs, including:
Five Year Warranty On All Roofing Services
Free Roof Inspections & Estimates
10+ Years In Business
When Does My Roof Need To Be Replaced?
Determining whether roof repair or replacement is the best long-term option for your home or business and your budget depends on a variety of factors, which we’ve outlined in the section below. Luckily, you’ve got an expert roofer at your side to provide you with the most accurate, unbiased information possible. S&R Eagle Services is a family-owned company with more than 10 years of experience helping homeowners and business owners throughout the Denver area maintain sturdy roofs over their heads. Give our experts a call today for a free consultation!
Roof Repair Vs. Replacement Risk Factors
Most minor roof damage can be repaired effectively, and in many cases, roof repair makes the most financial sense. However, a roof replacement may be more fiscally savvy if you notice any of the following:
Interior water damage
Warped roof infrastructure
Significant loss of shingles
Extensive roof damage
Unexpected spikes in your energy bills
Your roof has reached the end of its useful lifespan (this is 15-25 years for most types of roofing)