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.
What Is The Most Common Cause Of Roof Leaks?
There are a number of causes for roof leaks. Since Marin and Sonoma counties experience mini climates, depending on your area’s geography, weather may be a factor. Since composition asphalt shingles are the most common type of roof covering, we’ll focus on shingles.