Invest in a new roof and save in the long run


Keeping up with maintenance on your house is always a wise decision, but the more regularly you do it the better. Sooner or later a roof will need to be replaced, so it’s best to do it before there is permanent damage or the roof is in an irreparable state.

Once you know the severity of the damage to your roof, you’ll face an important - and often difficult decision – should I replace the entire roof or just repair the actual damage?

Fixing your roof is like a patchwork on your sweater: relatively easy and inexpensive, but usually temporary. However it is a great time to look at the existing insulation and whether there is a need for additional or new insulation.

Re-roofing a building consists of removing the existing roof material to check the timber and install new material to the existing structure. Although offering immediate resolution to a problem, repair jobs will eventually need to be replaced in the long run. So even if only part of your roof is showing signs of wear, it’s wise to consider doing the entire job while the crew is on-site with its scaffolding, ladders, and equipment.

In other words, investing in a new roof is usually more practical and long-term solution. Although a more expensive option, you are guaranteeing the safety of your home and family, and a new roof also increases the value of your house and allows you as the home owner to stress less about possible leaks. In the long term, you will appreciate not having countless repair visits from a roofer.

In both cases, a trustworthy contractor will be able to provide you with all the assistance needed to transform your home back to its former glory. 


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