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Posted on Oct 10, 2020

DC Roofing of Arizona

What Kind Of Roof Lasts The Longest? Q & A

It’s a common question when people are looking to have a roof repaired or replaced. After all, if you had your choice of a roof lasting 15 years or 30 years or more, you would want to know, wouldn’t you?

An average roof is replaced every 20-25 years.

Because the roof is the top covering of any building and responsible for keeping the elements of weather outside the building, and a consistent, comfortable environment inside, it is probably the most important (and vulnerable), part of what is known as the ‘building envelope’.

Climate and environmental factors are important to the lifespan of any roof. Roofs that are exposed to tremendous heat or cold tend to have shorter lifespans. In commercial or industrial areas, chemicals, exhausts and residues from the manufacturing process can break down most types of roofing materials more quickly than just sun, wind and weather.

DC Roofing is here to answer all of your roofing questions. Get in touch with us today for a free, no obligation estimate.
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