Consider Using Your Tax Refund For a Roof Replacement
Wondering what to do with your tax return? What about a new roof?
You filed your taxes and got a nice return – now you’ve got to figure out what to do with it. While a vacation in the Caribbean might be on the top of the list, sometimes there is a more practical use for a tax refund. If your roof is old and in need of repair, consider using your tax return to help cover the roof replacement cost.
It might not be as exciting as a tropical vacation, but a new roof can be a really smart investment.
Your tax return may not cover the cost of a roof replacement, but it can contribute a big chunk of the cost. Our roof systems use special long-lasting materials to ensure quality and that it lasts for the next 20-30 years.
A new roof may be a big financial commitment, but you don’t need to do it very often. If you’re looking to sell your home in the next couple years – a new roof is an attractive feature!
Roof Replacement – A Good Investment for Your Tax Return!
There are several reasons why a new roof is a good investment:
- It protects your home.
For many of us, our home is one of our largest investments, and a good roof will keep it dry, protecting it from moisture and damage that can result if you have a leaking roof.
- A new roof increases your home’s resale value.
If you think you will be selling your home in the next few years, a new roof can make your home more valuable to potential buyers. Also, it helps with curb appeal–a home with a nice solid roof is very attractive to a buyer. The Roofman quality guarantees are also transferable to a new owner – adding extra value to your home!
- Improved energy efficiency.
A new roof replacement keeps the house warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. The asphalt shingles we use reflect solar heat, so they reduce your home’s cooling costs throughout the summer.
- Use energy efficient materials for a better break
If you use Energy Star materials, you could qualify for a tax credit the year you have your new roof installed!
Trust Your Roof Installation To The Professionals
If your roof is nearing the end of its life expectancy, it is a good idea to consider replacement. If your roof is leaking, sagging, or you see dark spots – these are the warning signs of water damage. The best approach is to have us come out and inspect your roof. Our team will be able to let you know if a simple repair or a full replacement is the best option. If roof replacement is necessary, that tax refund will come in handy!