Hey there fellow San Antonio and fellow Texans my name is Marty Rutledge born and raised right here in San Antonio Texas and I spend all my time writing about construction and more specifically roofing. Over the years I’ve been asked many questions about roofing and I’ve started keeping a list of the most commonly asked questions that I get asked about roofing. first of all like your first grader teacher said there is no such thing as a dumb question. Although sometimes…. Just kidding stick with that because it’s true.

Seeking out information educating oneself about a specific topic is certainly a smart move especially when it comes to roofing. Why? Because it can simply be expensive and if you don’t choose the right person you may have your house and all of the things you’ve collected over your lifetime destroyed. Insurance can often replace things like washers dryers even some clothing and other accessories that we have around the house put those valuable things that we have kept our whole life that we love so much that are so irreplaceable, this is why we educate ourselves on the subject we don’t know much about. one of the number one questions I’m typically ask is how do you know when your roof needs to be replaced. Number one ask yourself the question when was the roof put on originally? Simply answering this question can lead to a varying degree of answers after the inspection.

Don’t just assume the age has anything to do with whether or not a roof does need to be replaced. It may be damaged in fact we’ve replaced roofs twice in one summer because of a hail storm. Other common questions are hey my roof is leaking do I need an entirely new roof? The answer to that can be two different answers yes or no. Sometimes you can repair a roof and other times you have massive damage and replacing it would be the better alternative especially if it is directly tied to a storm that we’ve had right here in San antonio.

You could be entitled to a complete replacement minus your deductible that you would have to pay. How long does it take to typically replace a roof on a residence house or commercial property? these are all questions that tie into insurance typically unless you’re doing it out of pocket expense. Getting on the schedule and getting it scheduled for delivery and installation is certainly the very first step depending on the size of the roof you can take anywhere from 2 days to 2 weeks. these are some of the typical questions that I get asked throughout my day and throughout my time as I move about the city here in San Antonio texas. I’m here to help and I’m here to answer questions for you. If you have any questions about roofing certainly reach out to me here at tile roofing of San Antonio or get a hold of my good friends at this company and ask them because they’re certified roofing installation experts and they will be able to answer any of your roofing installation questions that you may have. Setting up a roof inspection which is also free is really the very first step if you’re here reading this article you need to immediately call us to set up that inspection if you believe for any reason your roof may have been damaged.