If there is one expense you would do well not to put off, it would be your roof. Roofs provide needed security and protection against all weather scenarios from blazing heat to wind and hail. Roofs also enhance curb appeal when they’re in good condition. If your roof has reached the end of its lifespan, you’re probably wondering about the cost to replace it in today’s market. Since every home is unique, every roofing project is unique. Professional roofing contractors such as Kelbie Home Improvement, Inc. consider a variety of factors when quoting you a price for a new roof. Call us today for a free consultation about all your roofing needs and discover the best value in roofing.
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How Materials Impact the Price of Installing a Roof
We often are from potential clients, “How much are new roofs to install?” Many factors combine to determine the cost to install a new roof. The roofing materials that are chosen greatly influence roof prices; more so than anything else. You can purchase a roof made from asphalt shingles, wood, metal, or slate. Asphalt shingle roofs are the least expensive roofing material.
They also have a nice lifespan of about 20 years. Slate roofs are the most expensive roofs you can buy, but they can last up to 200 years! You might base your choice of roofing material on your home’s roof pitch, your budget, and the length of time you plan to live in your home. When you call Kelbie Home Improvement, Inc. for information on roofing prices, we will happily share the options and styles that will fit your goals and budget.
Real Value of a Roof Installation Versus Its Cost
Replacing a roof is a significant investment, but it has a big impact on your home’s protection and its value. According to a Remodeling Magazine report, up to 62 percent of roof installation costs can be recovered when a home is sold after completion of a roofing project. Besides being an attractive selling point for home buyers, replacing your roof will make your home more energy-efficient.
Old roofs leak climate-controlled air, which makes your air conditioning and heating systems work harder to maintain comfortable temperatures in your home. Kelbie Home Improvement, Inc. has been replacing and installing new roofs since 1982. Call us today at (301) 888-5404 for a free quote that will allow you to compare the real value of a new roof with its estimated cost.