A new roof can seem like an overwhelming cost, but depending on the state of your current roof, often it may be more cost-effective to install a new roof than to repair it. Small periodic repairs might be effective and save money in the short term, but over time you often end up spending more as underlying issues continue to surface and repairs increase in frequency.

With that in mind, here are some signs that your current roof is at the end of its life and indicating its time to consider installing a new roof.