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How Does Granular Loss Happen To Roofs?

How Does Granular Loss Happen To Roofs? - Bob Jahn's Roofing in Roseville

How Does Granular Loss Happen To Roofs? – Bob Jahn’s Roofing in Roseville

Mineral granules are the little pieces on your roof that help protect against UV rays and heat damage. Without these granules, your roof will soon warp and age faster. Therefore, granule loss can become a serious issue. As a Sacramento roofing contractor, we stress that granule loss happens right after your roof is installed. We’ve worked with residents across Roseville, Rocklin, Loomis, Lincoln, Auburn, Sacramento County, Placer County, and the Highway 80 Corridor. As a roofing contractor and expert, Bob Jahn’s Roofing is an ideal choice for roofing, roofers, commercial roofing, and residential roofing.

Check Your Roof Regular For Granule Loss

Manufacturers often add extra granules to shingles to help offset the loss during installation, but it is important to check your roof regularly for more granule loss. This way, as you monitor the condition of your roof, you’ll always be ready before things get too out of hand. We always encourage you to be proactive about your roof maintenance.

Here are the three signs you should be watching out for:

#1. Bald-face Shingles

A shingle should always appear to fully covered or a majority of it covered. If you notice patches that are missing granules or if the shingle is completely bare, it might be that the shingle is old or defective. If your roof is new, you can report it as a premature failure so it will be replaced with minimal to no cost. If it’s been there for a longer period, you’ll need to have it replaced.

#2. Granules Enough to Block Gutters

If the granules loss is happening to multiple shingles and over large areas, make sure to check your gutters. Pieces could clog your gutters. On the flip side, if you’re noticing your gutters getting clogged with granules, check your shingles.

#3. Granules on the Ground

Another easy sign to notice is when you see granules on the ground around your home. This is especially noticeable on concrete, asphalt, and pavers. However, due to wind, don’t be surprised if you see pieces of granules around other areas of the perimeter of your home.

Call Bob Jahn’s Roofing in Roseville For Scheduling Regular Roof Inspections!

All in all, these are just some of the obvious signs that your granules are wearing away. This will happen no matter what over time, so it’s only a matter of making sure you’re constantly aware of the situation. And while you’re at it, keep up a regular roof inspection schedule.  And make sure to give us a ring with any questions. We’ll help with your roof project and give it a thorough inspection.

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