If you think you need a roof replacement, don’t wait until you’re in a situation that becomes an emergency roof replacement. Here are some benefits of tackling a roof repair or replacement project before it gets worse…
1. Damage Can be Contained
When you take preventive action to care for your roof, you keep small issues from growing into bigger, more expensive, more complicated issues down the line. For example, it’s easier to replace a small, surface-level patch of shingles now than later on when water works its way in to wreak havoc underneath. Regular, intentional check-ins on the health of your roof can help you make the most of your roof’s lifespan – and then some. After all, who wouldn’t prefer the occasional roof repair project versus a full roof replacement?
Key takeaway: Regular check-ins on your roof mean you can catch damage before it becomes something bigger (and more expensive and/or bothersome) to repair.
2. Stick to your budget and your timeline
You can’t put a price on the peace of mind that comes with knowing you’re one step ahead of the problem. This is the same when it comes to proactive care for your home. Imagine discovering a huge leak in your roof right when you’re planning to host a large family gathering… Or discovering major mold and mildew when you’ve been trying to save up enough money for a nice vacation. Think about the disappointment and stress that would cause … no thanks. When you conduct roof repairs reactively, you run the risk of inconvenient timing and surprise expenses.
Key takeaway: Proactive roof care gives you control over your home, your budget, and your schedule. Reactive roof care gives all control to mother nature.
3. Keep Logistics in Check: Get the Help and Supplies you Need on your Time
Now, more than ever, it can be difficult to get particular supplies or products when you need them most – especially if it’s urgent. When you wait to conduct regular routine maintenance, underlying issues can sneak up and catch you unaware. Even if you’re quick to recognize and identify roof damage, that doesn’t mean the repairs and materials needed will be readily available to you. By conducting a routine examination of your home, you give yourself control over making sure you have the team and supplies you need in a timely manner.
Key takeaway: Between shipping delays and worker shortages, you just don’t want to take your chances with reactive roof care; proactively taking care of your home means you can find who you need, and what you need to repair any damage with time to spare.
4. Protect your Coverage
Home insurance can be tricky! But it’s even tricker when you don’t take full advantage of your coverage plan. Insurance coverage generally only applies to your damage within a certain time frame of when the damage actually occurs. The longer you wait to repair your property, the higher the risk you run of losing your coverage.
Key takeaway: Frequent inspection and prompt roof repairs mean saving money and making the most of what you already pay on homeowners’ insurance!
5. Protect your Investment
At the end of the day, your home is one of your most important investments, and the place where you sleep, eat, and spend most of your time. You ought to spend the extra time and money on protecting your home because it is your biggest protector from the elements. In addition, the better you practice regular maintenance and upkeep of your home and roof, the more you ensure a return on your investment, should you plan to sell your home one day.
Key takeaway: Regular roof maintenance means long-term sturdiness for the integrity of your roof and the potential to get a return on your investment when you sell down the line.
For any questions or a quote about roof inspections, repair, or replacement, you can always give us a call or reach out, we’re here to help.