New Roof Benefits: Quick Glance for Homeowners
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New Roof Benefits:
In today’s post, our panel of experts here at American Standard Roofing discuss new roof benefits. We all know that home improvement projects are never cheap. We are always prioritizing by importance as well as enjoyment. Unfortunately a new roof tends to get pushed to the bottom of the home improvement list simply because it is not very ‘fun’. New roof benefits are numerous for your home that you may not have thought of. Our team here has created a list for our readers. We recommend that you keep in mind these new roof benefits. They will help next time you’re deciding on which home improvement project you want to invest in next.
1. Helps Prevent Water Damage:
One of the biggest new roof benefits is prevention from water damage. Water can damage just about every area of your home from floors, to walls to ceilings. Keeping water out of your home is important so you don’t end up having to replace large, costly parts of your home; especially when all of that damage was preventable. A high-quality new roof will keep your home safe from water saving you money and the headache of having to deal with the aftermath of a leak.
2. Increased Value of Real Estate/Property:
Increased value of your property is also one of the new roof benefits, our team advises. Homeowners know that their home is probably one of their biggest investments. Adding value to that investment is important. A new roof adds tens of thousands of dollars to the value of your home. A new roof also adds to your home’s curb appeal, making it easier to sell when it’s time. Even if you’re not thinking about moving now, adding value to your home is always a good idea.
3. New Roof = Safer Home:
Our team advises that new roof benefits also includes a safer home. We know that mold and mildew thrive in old roofs that are no longer watertight. Mold is known to cause respiratory problems, headaches and histamine reactions. Keeping you and your family safe from mold is an important health concern. Unfortunately, Michigan’s humid summers create the perfect conditions for mold to grow. If you’ve got an old roof that hasn’t been repaired or replaced in many years, you may want to think about preventing the growth of mold and mildew in your home with a new roof.
4. All-Season Energy Efficient Home:
Finally, one of the biggest new roof benefits is cost efficiency. We all like a comfortable home throughout the season. Having a well-constructed and well-insulated roof will keep your home comfortable year round. A porous roof lets heat and air conditioning escape. This means you have to pay more to keep your home at your desired temperature. A new roof will keep your home as warm or as cool as you like it without having to waste money on excess heat or A/C.