Things to Consider Before Getting a New Roof

Your roof is meant to endure a lot and last for a long time, but there are many factors involved. The age of your roof, storm damage, the weather, and seasonal changes can all cause damage that can create problems for a home if they are not dealt with ASAP. Depending on how bad the damage is, it can result in a massive remodeling project on your home. The best way to know if you just need a few repairs or a whole new roof is to get a professional inspection from a local Freeport roofing contractor.

Here are some things that every homeowner in Brazoria County should consider:

  • Professional Service- Instead of picking a roofer based only on word of mouth or whatever search result pops up first; take a look at their reviews, awards, and certifications. Brazosport Roofing is factory-certified by GAF Materials Corporation (North America’s largest roofing manufacturer). This means that we have been pre-screened for quality & professionalism to install their products and offer warranties for your new roof that only certified roofers can provide you with.
  • Weather Conditions – If the weather damages your roof, you may want to consider filing an insurance claim. Missing shingles and roof penetrations roof can allow water into your home so timing is key. Our local roof repair service will advise you whether starting a claim is the way to go, and if needed, we can help assist you with the claims process.
  • Property Value – Repairing or replacing your old roof will increase the value and curb appeal of your home. If you plan on selling your home soon, you should consider making this improvement before listing it for sale. At the very least, you should schedule a free inspection with us today.
  • HOA Rules – Many Homeowners Associations strictly enforce their guidelines on what types of renovations, styles, and colors people can do to the exterior of their home. Many disappointed homeowners have lost large sums of money by not checking the guidelines before construction begins.