Curling or Buckling Shingles
Curling and buckling are signs your shingles are past their shelf life. This damage is most likely to occur in areas of direct sunlight but can occur anywhere on your roof. San Diego homes get lots of sunlight year-round and may have added exposure to ocean air. In some cases, a roofing repair will do the trick, but at some point, you are better off replacing the entire roof. An experienced San Diego roofing contractor can advise you on the best course of action.
Compromised Roof Valley Shingles
Roof valleys are the parts of your roof where different pitches come together. As such, roof valleys are also where the most rain runs through into the gutters. Your house is most susceptible to serious leaks in these areas. If the roof shingles in the valley are curling, falling apart, or missing, it’s time to consider re-roofing.