The Benefits of a Roof Replacement
A roof replacement is a major undertaking. However, the benefits of a roof replacement outweigh the drawbacks in the long run.
A new roof raises the value of your property.
Return On Investment (ROI)
While costly, a new roof can have a fantastic return on investment.
A new roof can help your HVAC system function more efficiently.
- The Behmer Roofing Team will come and survey your roof
- We will draw up a quote and estimated timeline
- Our team gets to work and your roof replacement begins
Expertise and Experience: Only Employees at Behmer Roofing
At Behmer Roofing, we believe that the key to providing high-quality roofing services is having a dedicated and skilled team of employees. That’s why we don’t use contractors or hire workers on a 1099 basis. By having our own employees, we’re able to maintain a consistent level of workmanship, training, and expertise across all of our projects. Furthermore, as a multi-generational roofing company, we have a long-standing reputation to uphold, and we take pride in providing roofing solutions that will last for generations to come. Our team is dedicated to meeting our exacting standards and delivering results that our customers can depend on. That’s why we only hire employees who are fully committed to meeting our high level of quality, and we make sure they have the training, equipment, and resources they need to get the job done right.
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How much does it cost to replace a roof?
The average roof replacement costs anywhere from $4,900 to $14,100 depending on the size and materials used. Call Behmer Roofing today to get a free estimate of how much it would cost to replace your roof.
How often should I replace my roof?
The lifespan of a roof depends on the type of system. Metal roofs last the longest at 50-75 years, while asphalt shingles last 18-25 years. Flat roofs will likely need to be replaced after 10-20 years, and roof coatings will need replacing after 3-5 years.
What are some signs that I need to replace my roof?
There are plenty of signs that you need to replace your entire roof, like extensive leaks, missing tiles, or roof rot.
Does a new roof add value to a home?
According to HomeAdvisor, a new roof increases a home’s value by nearly $12,000. Replacing your roof will pay off if you decide to sell.
Will my insurance company pay for a new roof?
Likely not, unless you are replacing your roof due to extensive damage from rain, wind, or hail. Insurance companies are more likely to cover a roof replacement that’s needed due to severe storm damage than for a roof that’s simply come to the end of its lifespan.