Why should I have a complete tear off on my roof replacement?Steve Elieff2020-12-14T02:24:31-05:00
Many reasons. First, it is impossible to inspect the decking without tearing the shingles off, recovering of bad decking could drastically shorten the life of your new roof, it could also lead to health issues related to mold or other spores potentially living between the decking, underlayment and shingles. Second, it would affect the warranty laid out by the manufacturers, in many cases voiding it all together. Third, when investing in a new roof, you want the longest possible life out of it. A huge part of that is installing new flashings, it is difficult, nearly impossible (to do it correctly) to achieve this without removal of the shingles. We do complete tear offs on all
our roofing projects.