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Your Guide to A Roofing Education:
What factors should I consider when deciding on my roofing budget?
The biggest factor that determines the cost of a new roof is the quality of the materials, but while higher quality materials do come with a higher price tag, they also come with longer lifespans and stronger warranties. Another major factor in the price of the roof is the architectural style of your roof. The more angles, corners, and protrusions in your roof, the more it will cost to install. However, if your roof shows evidence of significant storm damage, your insurance may cover the costs of a new roof and you would only be responsible for paying the deductible on your policy.
There’s a leak in my roof. Do I need a brand new roof and will my insurance cover it?
Roof leaks are common and in most cases can be repaired easily. That being said, you should have your roof repaired by a professional to prevent more extensive damage that may require a roof replacement. Every insurance company has different criteria for what they will cover. Your best bet is to have your roof inspected by a roofing expert to see what your options are.
Should I consider upgrading to a metal roof?
Metal roofs are a fantastic material option for a new roof. Metal roofs have several advantages over shingled roofs. They typically last as long as 40-70 years compared to standard shingled roofs which have a 15-25 year life expectancy (premium shingled roofs can last as long 50 years). Metal roofs are incredibly durable and able to withstand high wind speeds. They are also remarkably energy-efficient. However, they can create substantially more noise during heavy rains or hailstorms and are considerably more expensive than traditional shingled roofs. It is important to carefully consider all these factors when deciding what material to use for your new roof and to remember that a new premium shingled roof is also an excellent choice.