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It pays for homeowners to understand how each component of their roof functions. Your shingles, for instance, are your system’s protective sheets. It is known to have three coats, with the outermost ones being the granules with the roofing colors that feature reflectivity and algae resistance. Meanwhile, its backing material is commonly made of recycled paper or fiberglass. 

Such roofing systems are meant to handle wind speeds upward of 110-130 miles per hour. Yet again, over time, they will decline, most often due to storm damage and other wear and tear. Today, we will help you understand whether it’s necessary to get a new roof if you’re having blow-off issues. Listed below are the common causes of the matter:

  1. Excessive Overhang. Asphalt shingle overhangs regulate the temperature entering your home. To ensure an accurate installation, an asphalt shingle should have an overhang on the edge of the roof that measures around 1 to 1.5 inches. If there’s an excess, your roof could be torn off if there are strong winds.

  2. Wrong Nail Pattern. Remember that there is a specific nail pattern for the proper installation of their asphalt shingles. If this wasn’t followed, your roof replacement can be prone to blow-offs due to the imbalance caused by the wrong nailing location.

  3. Old Age. It is always ideal to call for a roof inspection to determine whether your system is reaching the end of its lifespan. Take note that as your shingles age, their seals may eventually lose their effectiveness prompting the shingles to blow off.

No matter the reason behind it, the easiest way to repair roof shingles that have blown off is to individually replace them or a series of them. However, if you don’t want the patches to be noticed, you are free to consult your roofer for an alternative solution.

It’s never too early or too late to protect your home! If you need a roofer for a roof repairschedule a free inspection right away. You may also reach us at (470) 300-1768 in Georgia, (470) 300-1768 in Tennessee and (512) 387-3245 in Texas.