Only after a tear-off can the roof decking be inspected properly for rot, mold, and other damage that would diminish the integrity of your new roof.
When a roof can no longer be repaired, homeowners and property managers must make a decision. Tear off the shingles down to the plywood, or go over the top of the existing roofing. Roof tear-offs are a process of stripping old shingles, flashing, and underlayment off a house until bare wood decking is visible. Then roofers make any necessary repairs and replace old plywood before adding new shingles.
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