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Does a Leak Mean I Have to Replace My Entire Roof?

Published On: May 24, 2022

You’re a homeowner. Maybe even a new one. And the roof… well it’s a part of the house that’s over your head. Literally and figuratively.

Usually, it’s not until there is a problem that we start thinking about the what-ifs of homeownership, and with a roof, the questions can pile up quickly. One question we get asked a lot is this:

If my roof is leaking, does the whole thing need to be replaced?

The short answer is: absolutely not!

Leaks are generally created by either wind damage (shingles or flashing) or failing sealant. Both can be repaired without replacing the entire roofing system. But be aware: many roofers out there will tell you otherwise for a quick sale. There is a long list of reasons why your roof might have problems, but not all of them are reasons to replace the whole thing.

Warranty, Warranty, Warranty

Be sure your roofing contractor provides at least a one-year warranty on any repairs recommended. You’d be surprised how many don’t. At DT Roofing, we not only provide that warranty but if we do have to replace your roof within that one-year warranty, we credit you up to $750 of your repair toward the cost of your new roof.

Now that’s peace of mind.

So what’s the best course of action? A free roof inspection from DT Roofing, of course! Call us today and we’ll give you the peace of mind you’re looking for.


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