Have you been having problems with your roof lately? With the severe weather of Northern Virginia pounding at your roof for years, the stress must be starting to show now. We are talking about damage such as missing tiles or shingles. Have you noticed signs of leaks? How about them fussy neighbors whispering behind your back about your shabby-looking roof? If the answer to all of these questions is a resounding YES, it could be that your home’s value right now isn’t quite attractive.

As a homeowner, you have it your hands to carry out home improvement projects to increase your home’s value. We have a few tips in mind like repainting the interiors, replacing a few pieces of furniture, and sprucing up your garden. But if we may add, getting a new roof is actually something that you also need to consider. Take this word from Home Advisor Home Source:

Every year, Remodeling Magazine conducts an extensive survey that compares the return on investment for a wide range of home improvements. Bathroom remodels, basement finishing, new decks, replacement windows and garage additions are among the many remodeling projects included in the survey. According to Remodeling Magazine’s 2013 Cost vs. Value Report, a new roof increases home resale value by a national average of nearly $12,000. The survey also revealed that homeowners who have new roofing installed can expect to recover an average of 62.9% of the installation cost through increased home value.

If you’re looking for a new roof that will enhance the appeal and raise the value of your home, Northern Virginia roofing companies like Peak Roofing Contractors Inc. can provide the various materials – metal, slate, asphalt shingles, and tiles – from their selection of roofs sourced from first-rate suppliers like GAF, North America’s largest and leading roofing manufacturer.

Apart from providing quality materials, we also pay attention to architectural design of your house by choosing a complementing roofing style. In every Virginia roofing project that we do, our goal is to put value in your investment and make sure that your roof gets the impression and can serve its purpose for years to come.

(Article Excerpt from Increase Your Home’s Value with a New Roof, homeadvisorhomesource.com)