Did you know that a Boise homeowner who pays an extra $100 a month in principal on a $200,000 30-year loan with an interest rate of 4.5% can save $31,746 over the life of the loan and pay it off five years early? For checking how much you can save, use an online mortgage calculator to crunch some numbers. Pull up your mortgage statement to make sure you know the correct figures to obtain accurate information. You’ll need to know the original mortgage amount, annual interest rate, and years remaining on the loan.
Taking care of your home is very important. To ensure your home stays in good overall condition, there are some major improvements and repairs that will need to be made from time to time. One of the biggest improvements that you will likely have to make if you are in your home for 25 years or more is the full replacement of your roof. While a roof can be a very expensive item to replace, there are some tax benefits that come with installing a new roof.
Rooftops Energy Solutions is determined to make sure you are 100% satisfied with our work. We’ve developed a 10-step system to provide superior customer service from the first meeting to the last hand shake. The following information describes the steps you can expect when obtaining a new roof with Rooftops Energy Solutions.
In the spring, getting your rooftop inspected for damage is extremely important. Failing to check over the roof of a home for areas in need of repair can lead to further damage, which often leads to more cost in the long run. Here are three routine maintenance steps to do in the springtime to keep a roof in the best of shape.
Boise, Idaho - A Treasure in the Treasure Valley
Boise, Idaho ranks No. 2 in top "100 of Best Places to Live in the U.S." The city has a population of approximately 225,000 residents who enjoy all that Boise has to offer. One particularly attractive feature of Boise is the affordability of homes that range from $200,000 to $500,000 in price and the variety of home styles. Boise has a semi-arid
By now, most Idahoans eligible for a tax refund have already splurged. However, a thoughtful idea is to put your tax refund to good use by focusing on a need instead of a want. There’s more comfort in having strong and stable finances, living conditions, and personal growth than there is in spontaneous spending.
The climate of Idaho varies greatly depending on the time of year. It can receive blistering days of sun in the summer while being blanketed under a great deal of snow in the winter. These weather patterns, among many other factors, are exactly why Idahoans should have their roofs inspected once every two years at minimum. This is why we have compiled a list for you about the top five reasons you should have your roof inspected once every two years. They are as follows:
How Often to Inspect Your Roof
It is important to regularly check your roof. An annual inspection is generally adequate. However unforeseen circumstance such as storms with heavy downpours, high winds wind or large hail, may require you to increase frequency of maintenance. With the following tips, you can check your roof, and have some peace of mind.