This Summer, Raise Your Roof
A new roof and a seller's market might be your recipe for real estate success.
No one can make you buy a new roof until you’re ready. But how do you know when you’re ready?
Maybe you’ve saved for major spring home improvements. Or maybe last winter convinced you to upgrade to the ease of a standing-seam metal roof.
You might also be ready if you want to sell your house this year – and 2017 could be the right year to do it. A new roof not only gives your house swagger in the market, but also eliminates potentially tedious negotiations with the buyer over who should take responsibility for the roof. It signals to the right buyer that a home has been properly cared for and looked after.
We’ve entered New England’s brief but intense peak selling months – June, July and August. Higher sale volume during these months has benefits on both sides, but for sellers specifically, it means shorter marketing time and a higher likelihood of finding a buyer.
A roof takes a beating in the Upper Valley. A good roofer will make sure it can handle everything from the weight of a spring snowfall to critters hoping to nest in your attic. Roofers work year-round. But you’re unlikely to consider tearing your roof up in the middle of January. These major outdoor projects only stay top of mind for a few short months before people hunker back down with the hot chocolate and hand warmers.
HP Roofing has served the Upper Valley and surrounding areas for almost 30 years with consistent, high-quality customer service. We bring to our work an appreciation for the fact that in any situation, for any budget, a new roof is a major investment. Known for our professionalism and focus on the entire customer experience, we make sure the process is simple, thorough, and pressure-free. And, having roofed our through many an Upper Valley winter, no one knows better how to make your ice dams a thing of the past.
Every HP Roofing customer relationship begins with an in-depth evaluation, followed by a customized roofing solution. We are fully licensed and insured.
This blog was written and sponsored by HP Roofing.