Of course, there are property disclosures that help us avoid that scenario, and those are helpful. But when it comes to your roof, even if it's in great condition today, one good hail or wind storm could potentially change that! Even without that kind of misfortune, your roof takes a beating much like the skin on your hands. Every day it takes the full force of the elements, so eventually it will come to the point of needing to be updated, maintained, or replaced.
That happened to a neighbor this past fall. When it did a group of men showed up and did something I'd never seen before... they put a metal roof on the house! Working at a church, I was familiar with this as a commercial product, but until then had never considered it on a residential unit. But, given the right circumstances, it could make a lot of sense!
Well, with that in mind, I went on a little fact-finding mission and came across this article from the folks at Allgood that I wanted to share with you. It's great info about the different types of materials you can get for your roofing needs. The original article appears here:
My sharing this information is not an endorsement of the company, it is just good information!