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Tips for Maintaining the Value of Your Home: Roof Replacement

If you need to replace your roof here are some things to consider:
1. Picking the right contractor - Do your homework check with the better business bureau. Ask friends or neighbors for recommendations. Get everything in writing. Make sure everything you have discussed with your contractor is on your contract before you sign it.

2. Noise - This may be the most obvious thing to think about, but honestly the noise can be quite a problem for small children,elderly people and can even cause stress to your pets.

3. Materials - Roofing materials have changed and evolved over the years. Now you can install energy star shingles which have a reflective property to reflect our beautiful sunny weather and help keep the interior of your home cooler. Some shingles can even reflect up to 40% of sunlight. Your contractor can explain all the different types of options available.

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