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At Huggs Roofing & Siding, LLC, we proudly offer roof replacement services for homeowners in the Stafford, Egg Harbor, Galloway, Lacey, and Berkeley Township areas. How will you know when it is time to replace your roof? Here are some things to look out for that can mean it’s time to have a new roof installed:

  • Your roof is at least 20 years old.

  • Shingles are curled, cracked, or missing on your roof.

  • Moss is growing on your roof, which can indicate moisture problems.

  • There are leaks in your attic or water spots on your ceilings.

During a roof replacement, your roofing is stripped to the decking. Shingles are torn off, as well as any protective layers underneath. Wood decking that is damaged is removed and repaired. Then, ice and water shield is installed, as well as asphalt paper, followed by new shingles.


If you’ve noticed any issues with your roof or other issues around your home, contact an honest roofing company that will help you make the best decision for your home and your budget. Count on the roof replacement team at Huggs, LLC for honest work at affordable prices.

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As with most things in and around your home, your roof may eventually need to be replaced. This large project may be daunting for some homeowners and put off. However, roof replacements should not be put off. Your roofing system is the number one defense against Mother Nature. If your roofing system is failing, it could cause many costly repairs. Replacing your roof is one of the best investments you can make on your home. Today's roofing materials are designed to last longer than earlier materials. 

  • Water stains on interior walls and/or ceilings:
    If you notice water stains on the walls or ceiling of your home's interior walls, this is often a case where your roof's underlayment is allowing moisture into your home.
  • Curled, cracked or missing shingles:"
    This indicates a shingle that is nearing the end of its lifespan. Missing shingles leave gaps that will require roof repair.
  • Peeling Exterior Paint
    If moisture is seeping into your attic from a damaged roof, it could be building up, causing the exterior paint to peel.
  • Shingle granules in gutters:
    When composite or asphalt shingles start to wear out, they will typically shed their granules. Most of the time they will find their way into the gutters and will appear as built up coarse black sand.
  • Wear and tear around roof objects:
    Various roof objects and openings such as chimneys, vents, and pipes are areas where deterioration may initially develop.
  • Dark, dirty, and wet shingles"
    If your shingles often appear to be wet, this could be the result of them not properly keeping moisture out. When moisture gets in, it can often can run down and gather in a spot beneath the shingles, causing your shingles to constantly be wet.
  • Leaks after a rainstorm:
    There could be a few causes for this, but ultimately, if you notice water in your attic after a rainstorm, something is wrong and your roof will need to be looked at.
  • Sagging roof deck:
    If you notice sagging decking or rafters in your attic, this could be from leaking moisture, which indicates there is something wrong with your roof, and you will need roof repair.
  • Light entering the attic:
    If you notice beams of light entering into your attic (not through a window), it is pretty obvious that there are openings that will allow moisture to enter.
  • Increased energy bills:
    Noticing a large spike in heating and or cooling bills may indicate that you have warm or cold air exiting quickly through the roof. Addressing this issue should help reduce the bills back to normal as long as there is not another issue at play here.
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