Considering a Roof Replacement?

When considering a roof replacement on your home, there are many factors to be considered other than just the price point. Of course, we all have a budget to work within, but the goal is to get the most out of our hard earned dollars as possible. In order to accomplish this, a couple factors should be at the forefront of the decision making process.

First, what is best for the home?

Factors such as roof pitch, square footage, location and age of the home are all very important to address when trying to decide what is the best product for your particular roof.

Considering a Roof Replacement?

Second, what is best for the homeowner?

As stated earlier, working within a budget is commonplace for the majority of today’s homeowners so maximizing your money spent is of the utmost importance when embarking on a large project such as a roof replacement.

A good example of this would be the intended length of stay the homeowner plans on being at the residence. If, for instance, the current residence is a temporary home for a young family that plans on being there for a 5-10 year stint then maybe a metal roof – which can cost 3-4 times what an asphalt shingle can cost but can also last 2-4 times as long – isn’t the best choice for them.

As you can see, there is a lot that can go into a roof replacement decision. Ideally, work with a local and reputable roofing contractor that can guide you through the process and get you into the right situation for not only you but your home.