Oftentimes, spending a little more money in the upfront can save homeowners a lot of money in the long run. When it comes to roofs, this preventative measure can reduce the likelihood of leaks known to cause mold, water damage and rout.
One of the most common roof leaks occurs in the plumbing vent. The plumbing vent allows air to enter the pipe, resulting in a fast and more consistent flow.
Each and every day, roofing companies, new home construction companies and jack-of-all-trade fixers are installing rubber neoprene pipe jacks, which carry a lifespan of five to 15 years, on roofs that typically last homeowners between 25 and 30 years. Due to extreme heat and ultra-violet ray exposure, this inferior product will fail long before your roof needs an overhaul.
Settling for a lesser product (and smaller price tag) in the beginning could lead to much larger price tags down the road. The unfortunate reality for you, the homeowner, is that contractors may actually want you to select that most affordable product at the start so that there’s more work for them down the road.
We recommend the lead piping to our customers each and every time. It comes at a higher cost than the rubber neoprene ones, but when comparing what lies ahead after installing the lesser option in the upfront, it won’t feel like much!
At the end of the day, the homeowner is the decision-maker in the restoration process. Our job is to make our best recommendation, deliver the facts and product benefits/comparisons, and complete the job in an efficient manner. More so, we work to establish and maintain trust with our customers. We are not the type of company that would sell a lesser product without presenting potential long-term obstacles.
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