We understand that you, as a homeowner or property owner, are making a big investment. And it’s our goal to help you understand the costs that go into your project, and work within your budget.

“How much will my new roof cost?”

Although there is no set formula or roof-cost calculator to determine exactly what your project will cost, we want to help you understand your investment in a new roof. Your budget is high on our priority list. If you are looking for exact numbers, schedule your free inspection and estimate today. For now, here are some things to consider when it comes to roof cost:

  • A basic tear off and installation of one layer of asphalt shingles will be on the less expensive side of projects.
  • A roof replacement project is priced by roof “squares.” A roof square is equal to 100 square feet.
  • The less expensive options for a roof replacement will be a simple, low-slope roof with a standard 30-year architectural laminated shingle.
  • The cost of your project will increase if your roof has a steep slope, there are several layers of shingles to remove, the shingles needing removed are shake, or you would like to upgrade to a higher-end shingle.

Contact us today, and we’ll send one of our professional team members out to perform a thorough inspection of your roof. They will then provide you with several options, as well as several prices. If they find damage on your roof that may qualify for insurance compensation, we can work with your insurance, helping you with the claim process. We respect your budget and make it our goal to provide you with the best materials and workmanship available.

What Goes Into My Roof Cost?

There are multiple factors that make up the cost of a new roof. Here are some things to consider in the pricing of your roof:

  • What type of shingles or materials are being torn off
  • Any rotten wood, or wood work under the shingles needing repair
  • What type of underlayment or decking will need to be installed
  • The size and pitch (slope) of your roof
  • How many layers of shingles need to be torn off
  • What type of shingles or roof material you would like installed
  • How much and what type of ventilation your roof will need
  • What type of warranty you would like to protect your investment