The roof is one of the most critical aspects of the house as it is the household’s first line of defense against the outside elements and harsh weather conditions such as the scorching blaze of the sun and torrential rainfall. However, aside from the protection that it provides, did you know that the roof is also essential to keeping your utility bills down?
When the roofing material, as well as its configuration, is not efficient – it can lead you to pay higher bills as it forces you to use more power for long periods just to keep your household’s temperature bearable. On the other hand, a properly installed roof will help ensure that your house will remain comfortable to live in even during the hottest of the summer or coldest of the winter season.
Learn more on 4 ways a new roof can help on energy costs by checking out this infographic from Fahey Roofing Contractors.