Through the Garage Door Through the Garage Door

About Me

 Through the Garage Door

If you’re like me, you stopped using the front door to enter and exit your home long ago. In fact, many homeowners rely on their garage doors as the primary way to enter and exit their homes. It’s just easier – you’re usually going to or from your car anyway. But what you may not know is that the garage door is often the route that burglars take to get into your home as well. Luckily, you can make your garage door more secure. I started this blog to share my tips for garage door security and maintenance, as well as the things that you need to know when choosing a new garage door. Don’t forget to check out all the ways you can customize your garage door opener to make it more secure and more suited for your lifestyle.

Latest Posts

Asphalt Parking Lot Care Basics
14 April 2021

Most commercial parking lots feature asphalt pavin

Protocol For Dealing With Foundation Cracks Correctly
22 February 2021

Cracks can eventually happen around foundations, w

Opening A Factory? You Need Material Handling Equipment
17 December 2020

If you're opening a new factory in the near future

The Unseen Aspects Of Demolition Services That Make Them So Crucial
28 October 2020

When you think of demolition services, the first t

Thinking About Buying An Older Home? How Siding Replacement Can Help
2 September 2020

Older homes often seem to have a charm that is har

Reasons To Have A New Roof Installed Before You Sell Your House

If you're thinking of selling your home within a few years, then you may not want to invest in a new roof. However, a new roof might help you sell your home quicker and for more money. Here's why you may want to have a new roof put on even if you're planning on selling your house soon.

A New Roof Makes Your Home More Attractive

If your old roof has algae stains or worn-down asphalt roofing, it may look ugly from the curb. This could cause potential buyers to become uninterested in your property before they even look at your home. Algae may not even signal damage, but buyers may not want an ugly roof, or they may fear algae means the roof is rotted in the area. When your home has a roof that's only a few years old, it will look new and in good shape. It shouldn't have any outward signs of bald shingles or damage that would scare away buyers, and since the roof looks good, it improves the curb appeal of your home.

Buyers Know They Won't Have To Replace The Roof Soon

Another reason buyers are happy with a newer roof is they know they won't have the expense of replacing the roof for several years. If your roof is in fairly good shape but old, then buyers know they'll have to set aside money for a new roof before long, and that could prevent them from buying your home. Also, when your roof is new, you won't have to worry about it passing the home inspection before the sale of your house. You may even want to consider a new roof material that will last a long time, such as metal. Roofing materials that last for decades could be especially appealing to buyers since that means they may never have to replace the roof.

A New Roof Is More Energy Efficient

If you take care to choose a new roof that is energy efficient, then that could be a selling point for your house. Buyers may appreciate roofing material that helps them control their heating and cooling costs. Talk to your roofer before you choose the materials for your new roof so you can select shingles or tiles that perform well when it comes to energy savings.

If you decide to sell your home with an old, ugly roof, it may not sell as fast as you want it to. Buyers may even think the home has other problems if the roof looks like it's been neglected. Putting on a new roof is a good investment in your home since it should raise the value of your home, which means you'll get some of the money back because you'll be able to sell your home for more money when it goes on the market. Contact roofers in your area to learn more about your options.