The durability of your roof in South Florida should be a concern for both owners of commercial property and homeowners. It makes perfect sense to want to know how long your roof will last since the failure of the roof leads to the functions of a structure failing no matter how well it is built. So, it is natural that you would want to know which roofing materials stand up best against the South Florida climate.How Long Materials Last
The industry-wide estimates of how long different roofing materials last are given below:
- Asphalt Roofing shingles last 15 to 20 years
- Concrete or clay tiles typically last at least 20 years
- Wood shingles are good for 10 to 40 years
- Metal Roofing shingles or panels last 15 to 40 years
- Slate lasts for 30 to 100 years
The summer heat in South Florida really does a number on your roof. But heat is not the only factor to consider. How well is the roof guttered, maintained, protected from UV rays, and ventilated? And, of course, the quality of the original roofing construction also comes into play.
A roofing system tends to last longer if the owner is vigilant and takes care of his home or commercial property in South Florida by hiring professional roofers for inspections. You can prevent minor faults from becoming major problems by giving them immediate attention, regardless of what roofing material was used.Have Your South Florida Roof Inspected RRSA Vero Beach offers FREE commercial and residential roof inspections. Having a professional inspect your South Florida roof is the best way to determine how long your roof will last. The entire roofing system will be inspected by a roofing expert from RRSA Vero Beach, who will look at the flashing, sheathing, drainage, roof structure, and roof covering. Our pro can give you suggestions on ways to extend your roof’s life. If our roofing expert determines that you need a new roof, they will sit down with you and discuss what the best type of roofing material is for your commercial or residential property. The expert from RRSA Vero Beach can also discuss the financing options we offer.
Call us today to set up your appointment for a free roof inspection in South Florida.