When is it Time to Replace Your Cabin Roof?

Early warning signs to look for if you have asphalt shingles
By Kurt Anderson
Published: February 3, 2014
roof replacement signs asphalt shingles
Just like your foundation, your roof is part of your critical cabin infrastructure, aka its “bones.” The integrity of your cabin’s roof is essential to protecting the entire structure. If you wait until your ceiling turns yellow from water stains, you could already have serious structural damage. Here are some early signs that your asphalt shingles are nearing the end of their useful life and might need replacing.
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