The sound of financing a new roof for a roof replacement sounds scary to some, but this is because there are roofing companies out there that charge too much and do inferior work. At Renew Home Designs we provide quality materials and accurate information regarding your options. We take your wants and needs seriously. Our factory trained Sales Consultants help you consider your roofing material options according to your individual needs.
Quality shingles can cost more outright, but they are more cost-effective in the long run. For instance, rubber shingles can last up to 50 years. The homeowner who intends on staying put in their home or chooses to live there for a substantial amount of time will like the cost-effectiveness, safety and security rubber shingles offer. With inflation, everything is more expensive later on. Rubber shingles offer substantial savings in roofing cost because they will not need replacing for a long time. This eases the burden of financing a new roof at a later date for the future retiree. Most homes that have shingles of lesser quality will need replacing sooner. Choosing rubber shingles means that a home will most likely sell more quickly than a home that has inferior shingle materials or is in need of replacing. These are some of the reasons to consider when financing a new roof.
Other Material Options For Financing A New Roof
Wood shingles can be as equally effective as rubber shingles. Slate shingles can far surpass the quality of rood and rubber. If you wish to move from your home in a short amount of time, you may wish to install asphalt shingles, which average a 15-year lifespan.
The most important aspect of roof replacement is to avoid roof failure and to protect people, pets and belongings in your home. How much money you save in the long-run depends on whether you opt for quality materials, and this also depends on your individual needs. Who you hire as your roof contractor matters. As your roof contractor, we guarantee that you receive accurate information to make an informed decision.
Replacing your roof now allows you to spend money on desirable purchases at a later point. Replacing your roof can and will save you thousands in repairs. However, avoiding roof replacement can mean paying for deck replacement, siding replacement, repairing the home’s structural integrity, water and mold damage remediation and more. The money you can save in repairs can go towards desirable items.
Replacing your roof is a must. The materials you choose for your shingles is entirely up to you. Contact us to discuss your options 410-415-1395.