The Importance of Your Roof

Your home’s roof is what stands between the interior of your home and the outside elements. It’s a barrier to the cold and snowy Indiana winters, the branches and debris that come with a storm, and the penetrating sun of an Indiana summer. Your roof is also the structure that holds other structures in places, such as your gutter system, which is essential in keeping your home and its foundation in top shape.

A solid and attractive roof adds to your home’s value as it increases curb appeal. When your roof is kept in good shape, it shows that the home is in good shape. This is mostly beneficial if you’re trying to sell your home, but a roof kept in good shape is necessary for your home and adds value regardless.

With a properly installed structural roof, sound comes proper ventilation and insulation, which protects against air leaks. When there are significant air leaks, your air conditioning or heat could be escaping your home, which not only physically affects the comfort of your home but also affects your bills.