Do you have projects for your Charlotte property that got pushed aside in 2013? Maybe you have cancelled a scheduled appointment with a contractor for roofing in Charlotte. In fact, many homeowners put off projects simply because they worry about the hassles that go with the task; they have no idea how to go around logistics and budgetary requirements.
Before spring ends, take a few minutes to check your house, inside and out, to see what needs to be refurbished, repaired or replaced. If you can, keep a list of the areas to be prioritized. Taking care of your home now will save you stress, time and money later. Consider this advice:
But one key figure is devilishly hard to project and is often overlooked: If you buy a home, how much will you shell out every year for maintenance and repairs? A careful look at these potential costs might discourage you from buying a more expensive property or might make renting look more appealing than it would seem otherwise.
It would be foolish to buy a home without including the inevitable maintenance and repair costs in your budget. Also keep in mind that maintenance and repair do not include upgrades, such as the new kitchen or bath you may someday want to keep up with the styles.
Even if buying a home is not on top of your priority list, maintaining your existing home and keeping your roof damage-free should be an essential item in your home repair schedule. Signs of wear or leaks call for immediate action to keep water from penetrating and rotting the wood sheathing beneath. Ignoring the problem or dismissing the advice of roofers in Charlotte will only heighten the need to replace the entire roof.
Look for a service provider that recognizes the value of your investment. Roof Roof, a full service roofing contractor, offers a 5 Year, Leak Free Warranty that goes above and beyond industry standards. We also have offices in Raleigh and Greenville, NC, so fill out our Free Roof Analysis™ form or call us today to get a free estimate.
(Article Excerpt and Image from What will it cost to maintain that home?, realestate.msn.com)