Being in the house that has an older roof, may require, holding your breath each time it rains.
Is today the day that your roof finally gives out and a nasty leak finally happens?
Would you end up having to pay for a new roof, when you’ve already got so many other things to worry about.
However, roofing is not as expensive as one would think, especially if you upgrade to TPO
or shingle roofing.
First, let’s consider tile roof. It’s reasonable for a homeowner here in South Carolina to pay $6,000 for a tile roof upgrade. On the surface, it seems like an incredible amount of money, until you recognize a tile roof is likely to last for 40 years. That means you’d pay just $150 a year to buy yourself the peace of mind that comes with knowing your family will remain warm and dry. That’s $12.50 every month.
How about a metal roof? You could expect to pay around $9,000, depending on a size
of your house and the slope of your roof. A metal roof can last up to 50 or 100 years. If your roof lasted 75 years you’d pay just $120 to basically stop thinking about your roof,
or $12 per month.
Either type of roofing is perfect for North Augusta and our, severe weather conditions, capable of surviving the kinds of high wind and torrential rain we all know so well.
Considering your roof is one of the biggest and most important systems in your home, these costs are relatively small.
Of course, reducing roof costs down to its overall lifespan might not make sense to you considering you have visions of paying those thousands of dollars up front.
Fortunately, we have a financing program. And while we can’t give you a finance plan that would reduce your payments to $12 a month simply because the terms of the plan are shorter than the lifespan of your roof, we can find a way to make a new, upgraded roof affordable for many homeowners.
Want to find out if you qualify and how much you’ll pay? Call us to discuss the qualifications and to get a free roofing quote. Putting an end to all your roofing anxiety might cost you far less than you think.