Your roof is key to the overall integrity of your home and if it’s time to replace it, springtime is a great time to do it. Here are three reasons why.
Reason #1: The weather is getting better.
Springtime can definitely be rainy, but we’re getting more accustomed to longer stretches of sun and dry weather. It’s also warmer and easier to get roof work done! Replacing your old roof with one that improves your home energy efficiency will also save you money on your heating and cooling bills, especially once the warm summer weather starts up.
Reason #2: You can take advantage of your tax return.
If you have recently filed your tax return and you’re expecting to get a little bit back in the form of a return, why not put it towards a new roof? If your roof is old, leaking, or has suffered damage from wind, falling debris, or other weather-related problems, you’ll reach a point where the roof will have to be replaced. By making the investment into a new roof now, you could be saving yourself from future problems that could be very expensive later down the road. Using a portion of your tax return money means you won’t need to come up with the money unexpectedly later down the road when the roof is in such bad shape that you’re forced to replace it
Reason #3: You’ll add value to your home.
If you’re thinking about selling your home in the next several years and you know the roof is nearing the end of its life, it’s a great idea to replace the roof. You will instantly increase your home’s value and you’ll also enhance your home’s curb appeal, which will make a great first impression on prospective homebuyers.
A new roof is a worthwhile investment and our professionals at Lifetime Windows & Doors can help. We use only Hardie products in roof replacements, which is known as the best, and is a local Pacific Northwest business. A top quality roof will serve you well for decades. Contact us for more details.
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