Depending on how long you've had your roof, you will want to consider replacing it. Leaks don't typically just happen on a newer roof without a storm or foreign object hitting the roof damaging it. So, when you start springing leaks, it is highly likely the entire roof is getting to the point a replacement makes sense. The risk of unseen leaks and mold growth or wood rot has to be factored into your decision. Most often, when you spring several leaks of unknown origin, it is time to replace your roof.
Answered by: David Holden
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