Wondering if you need a new roof or if you can get the old one repaired is often a predicament that homeowners and commercial building owners don’t want to face. But there are certainly upsides so let’s look at those.
If you request an estimate for a new roof or roof repair, all estimates are free.
And Garvey Roofing makes a guarantee that’s completely unique in the roofing industry: all labor and materials are guaranteed.
Now … about your roof.
New roofs boost energy-efficiency
Families who want an energy-efficient home and an environmentally smart commercial building will benefit from a new roof. Today’s materials are friendly for the environment while offering greater protection than ever against the sun’s most harmful rays.
A new roof with the best roofing materials and highly protective underlayment like Therma Sheet will last for decades … like a half-century or longer.
Thomas Garvey can show why his seemingly old-school roof can cost less than a new solar roof and be more energy efficient.
Roofs help bust droughts
We know how precious water is in the San Gabriel Valley. Drought continues but we’ve had some promising rains in September and October. Your roof is one of the most effective ways to harvest and store rainwater.
Garvey Roofing can customize a rain collection system using your roof so you can store water to irrigate the grass, flowers, and fruit trees for months to come.
Thomas Garvey can do it because he knows building science and roofing as an integrated discipline and craft of the overall building structure.
Put your roof to work collecting whatever rain we get this winter.
Is a new roof cost-effective for you?
Installing a new roof now will save you money years down the road. If you’re planning on living in your home long-term and need a new roof, then don’t put it off.
Think about this. Will roofing costs go down in the coming years? Not likely. Consider just the cost of labor in California.
Thomas Garvey keeps overhead to a minimum, but he also uses highly skilled tradesmen so the job is done right the first time.
Knowing your goals as a homeowner or commercial building owner is essential when deciding to install a new roof or see if a roof repair is possible.
How long will you live in your home or own your building?
What’s the current condition?
If it’s likely that you’ll sell your building in the next 2 to 5 years then ask:
Will a repair keep it in good enough shape for the next few years?
It may. However, you don’t want to risk damage to the interior and incur more improvement expenses when you go to sell.
According to a 2022 Zonda Media report, homeowners will recoup anywhere from 61% to 77% of the cost of installing a new roof … asphalt shingles are reported as higher in value than a metal roof.
Rely on roofing experience
Thomas Garvey has been a local roofing contractor in the San Gabriel Valley for 30 years. His company holds four roofing licenses.
Contact Garvey Roofing for free estimates–and to get a roof for all seasons.