Your roof is one of the most important parts of your home, helping to protect you and your family from the weather and keep you safe and warm during the winter and cool in summer.
But what happens when it starts to show signs of wear? When a roof's shingles start to look worn out, it means they have reached the end of their lifespan. A roof with worn-out materials will no longer be able to protect your home effectively. Ignoring these signs of wear may result in damage to your home in the form of leaks or mold growth. If you see your shingles in poor condition, it would be best to consider replacing them with something new.