For any big investment you make in your home, finding competent, trustworthy professionals to do the work is a top priority. A new roof is one of those investments. So, why consider Booth and Little?
No one likes to hear that their roof needs replacement. A repair here and there doesn’t feel too bad. But an entire roof replacement? That is a substantial investment, so most homeowners want to know they aren’t unnecessarily replacing a roof too soon. A checklist of telltale signs is a good place to start.
If you have just looked into replacing your roof, or already made the investment, you may well wonder if you get a tax break. A new roof comes at a substantial cost. Some online articles point to the fact, that since a new roof is actually considered a maintenance issue, the answer is no. Maintenance and repairs are necessary improvements to keep your home sound and habitable. However, there are exceptions.