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Why You Should Get a New Roof and Solar at the Same Time

Starting a home improvement project can be tricky because there are so many to choose from. From painting the siding to picking out light fixtures for the kitchen—there is so much you can do! But are there any projects you can tackle at the same time? There are! Here’s why you should get a new roof and solar at the same time.

It Will Save You Money

You might be wondering how much it will cost to install a new roof and solar at the same time and whether one must be paid before the other. You’ll need to pay separately unless you plan to do these projects at the same time.

Installing a new roof alone could cost close to 10,000 dollars, and a solar panel system could cost close to 20,000 dollars on its own. Save money by installing them together—it gets more work done, and you will immediately start saving on bills.

You Can Combine Contractors

Having two contractors doing two different jobs concurrently is not a good idea. It can be stressful and time-consuming to try to complete one project before the other. Combining both jobs into one is a win-win situation. You will stress less, and your contracting team can get everything done in one timeline.

Your Roof and Panels Will Age Together

You can do much more for your home by installing solar and a new roof simultaneously. One of the reasons is that they share a similar life span. Aging roofs can’t handle solar clads, and once the panels go on, you’ll need to pay more to remove them if you need roof repairs. Avoid the hassle by doing it all at the same time. This way, your roof and panels will age in unison.

It Cuts Down on Project Time

The point of home projects is that they’re supposed to be fun and quick. If you’re looking for ways to save money and reduce the time it takes to install a roof and solar panels, combine the project. By merging these projects, you’re likely to get things done faster.

Do you want to know the best reason to install a new roof and solar simultaneously? It’s an ultimate power move! Go Solar Power has the best solar jokes and can help you schedule a new roof and solar at the same time. Don’t install a roof separately from your solar panels; get in touch with us, and we’ll install them together!

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