New construction roofing services

Comparing Cost Against Value When Purchasing New Construction Roofing

When you build a new home, you’ll have some important decisions to make about your roof. Depending on where and how you purchase that home, you may need to select a roof installer, as well as the materials that will be used to build your new roof. While it can be tempting to automatically choose the least expensive options, high-quality new construction roofing should be seen as an investment in your home. 

Why You Should Consider a High-Quailty Roof

When you add a high-quality roof to your new construction home, you’ll reap a host of benefits. A good quality roof is more resilient and able to withstand harsh weather and extreme temperatures, both of which are commonplace throughout Alberta. That helps deter the need for frequent repairs or early replacements, saving you a lot of money over time. 

Furthermore, a high-quality roof can improve your home’s overall energy efficiency. Good roof materials are build with stronger insulation and reflective materials to keep your home’s temperature comfortable, reducing the need for heating and air conditioning and ultimately, saving you money on monthly energy bills. 

Lastly, the aesthetic appeal of a good roof can enhance the curb appeal of your home and potentially increase its market value. 

Considerations to Make When Evaluating New Construction Roofing

Selecting the right roof for your home relies on several factors: 

  • Roofing material: There are several types of roofing materials you can choose from, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. For example, while asphalt is generally the most affordable choice, options such a metal and slate can offer improved durability. When you speak with A. Clark Roofing’s professionals, we’ll help you select materials that suit your specific needs. 
  • Climate: Average temperatures and weather conditions where you live are an important factor in choosing your roof. In Alberta, you’ll need something that can withstand a wide range of temperatures, heavy snow, and intense winds. 
  • Maintenance: Certain roofing materials may require more maintenance to ensure they stay in optimal condition.

In addition to selecting the materials, you’ll also want to think about the costs associated with your chosen roof. Be sure to calculate the cost of installation and materials, as well as ongoing maintenance and repair costs should you need work done on your roof down the road. Lastly, consider how energy efficient the roof you choose is and how it may affect your monthly heating and cooling bills. 

Quality New Construction Roofing in Alberta

When it comes to new construction roofing for your home, it’s always best to go for quality over price. You roof is one of the most important parts of your home and when it’s built well from good quality materials, you’ll reap benefits such as improved energy efficiency, long-term cost savings, and fewer repairs. 
A. Clark Roofing & Siding provides quality roofing services for clients in the Calgary and Edmonton areas. Contact us today to learn more.

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