In the midst of tax season, the big question on everyone’s mind is this: what should you spend your tax return on this year? While a down payment on a sporty convertible or a trip to the Bahamas may be calling your name, it is always a wise decision to invest in something that will pay off in the long run. Investing your refund back into your home is a great way to ensure it is well-spent. Your roof is one of the most critical components in protecting your home. A strong, secure roof requires upkeep and regular inspections. So this tax season, consider getting your roof checked out by AJ Wells.
Because signs of roof damage are often not obvious to homeowners, it is best to get a professional inspection. Old age, fallen trees, wind damage, and severe storms can take a heavy toll on the stability of your roof. At AJ Wells, our experts are able to assess the damage thoroughly and give you reliable guidance on how to go about the roof replacement process. We are with you every step of the way and take pride in our ability to offer high-quality roofing services to our Jacksonville community.
Getting your roof inspected this tax season could be one of the most beneficial decisions you make for your home and family. Having a specialized roofing contractor, such as AJ Wells, inspect your roof will ensure there is no damage from our brutal hurricane season last year and will prepare your home for this upcoming year. In the unfortunate event that you do have considerable damage to your roof, luckily you’ll have your tax return that will help ease the financial burden of roof repairs and replacement.
If you have current storm damage and the reason you haven’t called a claim in is because you don’t have enough money saved for the deductible, it would be a wise choice to use your income tax to cover it. This is the most opportune time to pay for your new roof using your insurance tax refund to pay for the deductible. So before you make the huge decision on what to put your tax return towards, get a free roofing estimate from AJ Wells. Doing so could save the integrity of your roof and give you peace of mind knowing your refund went to something that will pay off big-time in the future.