When you own a home, apartment, or any property for that matter, it can be hard to know when to fix what and how much the money you spend falls into a money pit versus adding desirable value to the property. Here at Quality Home Solutions, we offer one of the property improvements that seem to cost a lot in the beginning, but you will find roof restoration contributes a lot to property value in the long run.
Apart from roofing’s role in protection of property in the first place, the cosmetic appeal and confidence conveyed to potential buyers by a good, solid roof restoration can be expected to provide great return on your investment. Many other improvements, such as landscaping and concrete work, aren’t known for translating their costs into revenue on your property. Roof restoration, on the other hand, is easily more than worth it.
The price of preventing damage to other areas of the premises is hard to calculate, but within the last decade, homeowners have reported an average return of roughly 62% when they chose to invest in roof restoration or replacement. (If you are really into remodeling, some other good returns on investment (ROI) have been identified as potentially coming from bathroom remodels, finished basements, new decks, remodeling or replacing windows, and garage additions.) That said, roofing’s return on investment percentage has been known to outplay even better and bigger bathrooms. One reason for this high ROI on roofing is just how much roofing materials have improved over recent years, making way for longer-lasting warranties and taking advantage of various new technologies for energy efficiency. And one final plug– a new roof just looks great!