One of the most expensive up-front home repairs homeowners experience is a new roof system. And while this might seem daunting, the payoff in the long run is well worth the investment. Roof systems can last for over 30 years when well maintained.
However, when a storm or natural disaster happens and a new roof system is required, you don’t want to skimp and risk poor repairs or a fault replacement. There is hope, though, that you can save money by following these tips and tricks.
There are several steps required when reroofing your home. The first thing that you want to do is select a roofing company you can trust and depend on. Look at customer reviews, contact your insurance to see if they’ve worked with the company, have them come out for a free inspection, interview them, look at their licenses, etc.
Take your time during the selection process. If your roof is in shambles, we understand that there is a time restraint. But, you want to make sure the company you choose is reputable. Thoroughly researching before selecting a specific company can save you a lot of money in the long run.
Joe Hall Roofing, Inc. has been in business for almost 30 years. We work with customers all across the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, including homeowners and business owners. Our goal is to provide you with high quality services considering your time schedule and cost-benefits.
Once you’ve selected a roofing company, make sure you read over the contract and communicate effectively your exact requirements. The best way to save money is by getting everything you want done right the first time. Costs pile up when homeowners and business owners and roofing companies have misunderstands.
Some of the extra costs that add up when miscommunication takes place include removing materials, replacing materials, and having to redo services rendered. Read over the contract and make sure that everything is written according to your wishes before work begins.
During the contract write-up, determine if it is in your best interest to recover an old roof or install a new one. Check with your business codes to make sure your choice is legal and fitting. Some homes have a weight limit and adding even a simple second layer will not be safe for your home. Talk with your roofing company to determine what is necessary, best, safe, and beneficial for you and your wallet.
At Joe Hall, we work hard to save you money without sacrificing quality craftsmanship or materials. We work with top-of-the-line manufacturers to provide materials that will last for many years to come. We understand the economic standing of our community and we strive to reduce, reuse, and recycle flashing and metal work that is in good condition, while also meeting code requirements.