Oh, the difficult decision. Should I repair my roof, or would it be better to completely replace it? So many factors are involved that there’s not always a clear cut answer. A repair will save you money in the short term, but a replacement might save you more in the long term. I found this article helpful in if you’re trying to learning what factors are the most important to consider in the decision-making process:

Should You Replace or Repair Your Roof?

Making good decisions is the key to minimizing near- and long-term costs related to any home improvement. This is especially true for large, complex jobs like reroofing. In this particular case, some of the most important decisions should be made before you hire a contractor or choose a shingle manufacturer. …

Roof RepairObviously every roofing situation is unique, so there’s not really a table of rules that applies to every situation. But there are a few common myths regarding roof replacement that might be tainting your thinking. Doing everything yourself is not always cheaper. A roof replacement does not have to break the bank. The following article debunks seven of the most common myths:

7 Myths About Roof Repair

Have you ever noticed how inaccurate information is often the result of fear? Take roof repair, for example. Some homeowners are uneasy about hiring roofers to getting their roofs replaced. Maybe they’ve heard a few…

And of course it’s always best to get some professional advice before deciding to completely re-roof your home. Have a trusted Broadlands roofing contractor perform a roof inspection and see what he thinks your options are. But remember that the decision is, ultimately, up to you.

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