If your roof is still in good shape and still doing it’s job, a new or old roof will not increase or decrease the value of your home. A new roof can add to the aesthetic value and curb side value of your home, though.
The average shingle should last 30 years, but if there is a large storm that hits your home it could cause damage to your roof affect the integrity of your home. Call one of our specialists for a free, no obligation of your roof to inspect the integrity of your roof.
Unfortunately, you legally need to pay your deductible for a new roof. You can speak to our roofing specialist about a possible payment plan or other options for you.
It is not uncommon for your insurance company to deny a claim on a 20 year roof due to wear and tear over those 20 years. We will fight for your right to get a new roof. If you consistently don’t file a claim when there is damage, the insurance is more likely to deny due to wear and tear and you will have to pay for the new roof out of pocket. It is always recommended to contact a specialized professional to give you a proper inspection of the roof to see if there is damage and potentially file a claim.
If your roof is leaking you should call a roofing specialist immediately to assess the damage and potentially schedule a repair in the meantime. The leaking will want to be addressed as soon as possible so it doesn’t cause more damage and affect the integrity of your home.
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