A New Roof With Your Tax Refund
There are many things you can do with your income tax return. You can save it, spend it on a vacation or buy something frivolous. One of the best things you can do is to invest it in a home improvement project such as a new roof.
If your roof is nearing the end of its useful life, using your tax return to have it replaced is an investment that will pay off for many years.
Your roof is one of the most important components of your home. A roof that leaks can cause immediate damage to walls, floors and furniture. A leak that goes go undetected for months or years can lead to the growth of mold that can destroy your home and cause health problems for you and your family.
A damaged roof that goes too long without being repaired or replaced also could fail at some point, which could cause damage to your home or, worse, cause injuries to your family.
Whether your roof has shown any signs of problems or not, if it is nearing the end of its useful life, which is usually about 20 years, being proactive about replacing it can be a good decision.
A new roof is not cheap, but using your tax refund to help pay for the work will lessen the sting of the cost. In addition, it will put your mind at ease that you are investing your tax money wisely in something that will protect your home as well as your family.
When you use your tax refund to invest in something, that money goes to work for you for years instead of disappearing right away. And when you make an investment in your home such as a new roof, that investment is magnified.
BONUS: A new roof can increase the value of your home considerably while also ensuring that the structure and everything inside is protected from either short-term or long-term damage.
If you’re ready to invest in the future of your home, give us a call. We ALWAYS offer free estimates and pride ourselves on an honest quote.