By Kathy Ziprik, DaVinci Roofscapes.
Curb appeal is one of the most powerful elements of your house, adding value when it comes time to sell. 99% of National Association of Realtors members report it is the most important factor in attracting a buyer. Making upgrades to your home will not only enhance its appearance, but functional repairs can improve its quality of life at present.
When it comes to starting to enhance your property’s curb appeal, look to the skies. Take a top-down approach and focus first on your roof.
Your roof is the biggest part of your home and one of the first things everyone sees—it makes a huge first impression. Investing in a new roof is an excellent way to drastically transform your home’s curb appeal while adding value to your property. Homebuyers are attracted to new roofs. And, even if you are not planning on selling anytime soon, a new roof can benefit you by being far more durable and easier to maintain.
Investing in a new roof is a big impact project with long-lasting value, especially if you choose low maintenance, high-quality materials. For example, the composite slate and shake roof offerings at DaVinci Roofscapes are durable and impact- and fire-resistant. You can recoup the cost of this investment when you resell your home.
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Original article source: DaVinci Roofscapes
The experienced team at DaVinci Roofscapes develop and manufacture industry-leading composite slate and shake roofing systems with an authentic look and superior performance. DaVinci leads the industry in the greatest selection of colors, tile thickness and tile width variety.
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