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REPAIR or REPLACE???
My Phoenix-area property value is down... Can I repair my old roof or do I have to replace the darn thing?
SERIOUSLY... Can a roof like this be saved? One of the biggest challenges is to really know if repairing your roof is the best option in the long run, or when it is time to throw in the towel and replace it. There will come a time when you have to decide what to do about your roof, it may be looking a little deteriorated and may have some leaks. Most individuals dread this decision and put it off as long as they can, "out of sight, out of mind". Sometimes waiting until they have no other choice and the roof fails. By that time costly damages may have occurred. A timely roof repair or even a maintenance program would have protected the building or home. The extent of the roofing problems and the age of the roof are major factors that can help you decide on what course of action to take.
If you are given the option of a very costly roof repair, which might get you another year of roof life, it might actually cost you more in the long run than replacing it now. One of the most important actions to take is to have a roof audit performed... NOT A ROOF ESTIMATE, but an actual audit that would provide you with your options, cost of repair vs cost of replacement.
Phoenix weather is brutal on older roofs.
The last thing you want to hear when it's raining is "You Need A New Roof"! Lets face it; most people don't want to spend capital expenses on a new roof. A qualified Phoenix roof repair expert can get additional years out of your existing roof. Getting a roofing contractor to show up is difficult enough, let alone getting three bids on a Phoenix reroof - then choosing the right contractor. Wouldn't it be better to really know what the condition of your roof is and what your options are?
REMEMBER: A thorough roof inspection and report addresses all critical areas of the roof - including roof drainage, gives recommendations for repairs, a maintenance program and/or roof replacement. It should include pictures of areas that require attention and a proposal for the above recommendations. A good roofing contractor should have a certified inspector on staff and provide this type of service, some may charge a fee.
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