Most homeowners often underestimate the value of a new roof brings to their home. A roof itself is already an asset as it is responsible for providing shelter from natural hazards and accounts for the aesthetic appeal of your home.
People tend to think that a new roof is too big of an investment to make when another person is living in it in the future. However, there are still benefits that come with it that make it worthwhile.
While a new roof may not completely return on your investment, it adds enough to be considered if you plan to put your house on the market. Remodeling Magazine’s 2019 Cost vs. Value Report shows that new roof installations recover an average of 68.2% of the installation cost through an increase in home value.
If you’re still skeptical, here are some ways that a new roof can increase the value of your home.