Make your roof durable and environmentally friendly
Do you know how old your roof is or how long it is supposed to last? Is it still covered by a warranty? Do you know which types of roofing are the strongest, or which ones will save you money? If you are looking to repair the roof of your home, build a new one, or even if you are happy with the one you have, this information is important to know.
If you're seeing signs of leaks or other common roofing problems it may be worth having your roof inspected. Catching a small problem early can help extend the lifespan of your roof, which is good for your savings account and good for the environment as well.
When it's time to make the big investment into a new roof, ask which roofing materials will best help you save on energy costs. You could even take advantage of that harsh Texas sunlight and install solar panels as part of your new roof installation.
But you don't need solar panels to reduce your roof's impact on the environment. Check out Angie's List's Go Green Roofing Options infographic to see some ways, including things you should be asking your roofer.
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