Depending on the condition of your roof, restoration over replacement may just be the right call. And if so, keep in mind these perks of roof restoration:
#1 Cost Effective
If the roof's condition is still fairly strong, the cost of repairing (as opposed to a total replacement) will be more cost effective.
That being said, if your roof is in poor condition, a repair job will likely only mask the heart of the issues and eventually a replacement may be urgent. Thus, we highly recommend getting a professional opinion before you make the decision to restore or replace the roof.
When properly restored using the right materials and methods, your roof can last for years to come.
#3 Project Time
A roof restoration takes less time to complete than a replacement. This less-time consuming project can therefore be less disruptive to your business operations and provide a lower cost of labor.
#4 Tax Benefit
When filing taxes, a roof restoration should be classified as a maintenance expenditure, as opposed to a capital expense. This classification therefore puts the tax payer in a more optimal position.