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Roofing Contractors in Clinton Township MI Miller’s Home Improvement Explains the Costs Associated With Roof Replacements

September 21, 2022
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Michigan-based roofing company Miller's Home Improvements has published a blog post that explains the costs associated with upgrading a residential property’s roof with premium long-lasting materials.

A spokesperson for the roofing company talks about the importance of switching to higher-quality roofs by saying, “The typical American homeowner lives in a property for about 30 to 40 years before moving on to greener pastures. To get a good return on investment, homeowners have to pay attention to all aspects of the property, one of the most important of which is its roofing. Roofing materials, especially those that are specifically designed for the climate of a particular region, serve as excellent safeguards against property damage due to extreme weather phenomena such as strong winds, high temperatures, and snowfall in the winter months. With the proper selection of roofing materials, homeowners can also ensure that their property has a high curb appeal. A well-maintained and aesthetically appealing property will undoubtedly fetch the homeowner a price equal to or greater than the property’s fair market value. Moreover, a roof that is regularly inspected and periodically repaired or replaced will also lead to lower maintenance costs. Finally, the choice of roofing materials also has an impact on the home’s energy consumption and can help homeowners save money on utility bills. So, we always recommend getting a quote for roof upgrades as it will most likely lead to higher returns over the lifetime of the home.”

The Miller's Home Improvements blog post talks about the affordability and durability of a wide range of roofing materials including clay tiles, slate tiles, metal roofing, asphalt shingles, and more. Apart from the price of the actual shingles, different roofing materials also have varying installation costs. Metal roof installations are more expensive because of their complicated and time-consuming nature. However, since metal roofs are known to last for more than 50 years, the one-time investment is considered worth it in the long run. On the other hand, asphalt shingles, the most popular form of roofing materials in the United States, are known for their affordability and ease of installation but may need more frequent repairs as compared to metal roofs.

The blog post then presents sample costs that homeowners can expect to pay for installing composite asphalt shingles. They cost around $5 per square foot and, thus, for a home with a roof area of around 2000 square feet, homeowners can expect to pay $10,000 for every complete roof replacement. They may need to be replaced 3 to 4 times over the lifetime of the home, which is most likely going to be at least 100 years. Even if a homeowner doesn’t plan on staying put in a property for more than 30 years, replacing the roof once can help minimize repair costs and also drive up the property value when it comes time to sell it.

Rolled roofing, built-up roofing, and membrane roofing are the most cost-effective roofing options although they are not known to be aesthetically pleasing. The next tier of roofing materials that strikes a balance between looks and cost consists of asphalt composite shingles and synthetic slate tiles. Homeowners who value durability can go for standing seam metal roofing or metal shingles and shakes. Finally, residential homes that aim to attract a high resale value can opt for beautiful but expensive roofing materials such as wood shingles and shakes, clay tiles, concrete tiles, or slate shingles.

Miller’s Home Improvement regularly updates its blog with relevant content that can help residential and commercial property owners make the best decisions about their roof’s visual appeal and durability. The Michigan roofing company’s blog posts offer information on a wide range of roof-related topics such as Attic Ventilation, Commercial Roofing, Complete Roof Tear Offs and Remodels, EPDM Flat Roofing, Hail Damage Roof Insurance, Repairs of All Kinds, Residential Roofing, Roof Recovers, Roofing Repair, and TPO Flat Roofing.

Readers looking for the best roofing contractors in Clinton Township MI can contact Miller’s Home Improvements at (248) 710-0439 or millersamericandream@gmail.com.



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About Miller's Home Improvement:

Miller's Home Improvement are a licensed and insured outfit in the state of Michigan. We carry and maintain workmans comp insurance, as well as Commercial liability insurance, specializes in Commercial and Residential projects.

Contact Miller's Home Improvement:

Eric Miller
42383 Garfield Rd Suite 381300
Clinton Township, MI 48038
248-242-0820

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