A roof replacement can seem like a daunting investment for the average homeowner. Yes, it’s true, a replacement isn’t the most inexpensive roofing project, but that’s not to say that a client couldn’t save some money in the process.

As licensed roofing contractors, we believe in putting customer satisfaction before making a dollar. Here are some of our insider tips about how you could save some money on your next roof replacement.

Work with a Reliable Dallas Roofing Contractor

If your home was damaged in a storm and you need a roof replacement, make sure to do your research before accepting work from any roofing company. When it comes to saving money on your roof replacement, always talk to multiple contractors and compare bids to ensure that your project comes as close to your budget as possible.

An honest, reliable roofing contractor can help you work around your budget and provide you with multiple options for your roof replacement. 

Review All Possible Costs

After you’ve selected your roofer, sit down with them to discuss all of the financial obligations involved with your project and where you can save money without sacrificing quality. There are three costs you must always consider during a roofing project:

  • The cost of materials
  • The cost of labor
  • Disposal after the project ends

If you know your family needs to cut down expenses during this project, these are the three subjects to heavily discuss with your roofing contractor. Whether you opt for a more inexpensive material or choose to dispose of the debris yourself, a dependable roofing company will always ensure that your roof is sturdy and safe, no matter what.

Schedule Your Roof Replacement When Possible

Timing is everything when it comes to saving money on a roofing project. Most customers that can plan to replace their roof often do so in the summer or fall. Since demand is so high during these seasons, prices tend to be higher.

If you have the luxury of selecting when you get your roof replaced, we suggest planning for a dry winter’s day or during the early spring. At these times, the weather is still pleasant enough to work in, and contractors eager for a job may be more willing to negotiate their rates.

Check Your Warranty

If you’re new to your home and a roof replacement becomes necessary, it’s likely that your roof is still under warranty. If you’re lucky enough to still have this coverage, the majority of your project could be covered.

Regardless of your warranty status, you should always look into your homeowner’s insurance policy to find out if your situation is covered. In most cases, unless your roof is rotting due to neglect, the chances are high that your insurance will cover at least part of your roof replacement.

Roof Replacements in Themselves are Money-Savers

Sure, upfront costs of a roof replacement can feel expensive on the wallet. However, the truth is, letting your roof fall into decay without one can cost you even more money in the long term. 

A healthy roof protects your home from outside temperatures and regulates the energy output of your HVAC system. 

Also, if you let your roof fall into disrepair, leaks can form that damage your interior furniture and pose a fire hazard to your home’s electrical system.

In short, if your roof needs replacing, save your property, protect your family, and reduce your monthly energy bills.

Invest in Your Roof’s Integrity with Concord Roofing & Construction

If you’re ready to take the leap into a roof replacement, Concord Roofing & Construction is ready to help. Our team of roofing professionals has decades of experience behind our name. 

We are honest, reliable, and eager to help your family find a roofing solution that meets its needs and budget. Contact us today to schedule a roof inspection with a member of our team.