A strong, stable, and attractive roof is absolutely one of your home’s most important features. However, after 30 to 75 years, an important decrease indicates that it is time to start over and build a new roof. A new roof costs between $6700 to $80000 or around $11500 for a typical-sized home. However, costs vary based on factors such as roofing material, the size of your roof, your location, and labor cost. Why such a wide range? It turns out that you have a lot of alternatives for the style of roof you can get.

Here are Some factors that can influence the Cost of Roof Replacement

Asphalt Shingles

This is one of the most common and affordable roofing materials. Costs per square foot can range from $3 to $7.

Metal Roofing

Metal roofs are long-lasting and durable. The price per square foot varies based on the type of metal used, built it can vary from $7 to $12 or more.

Wood Shakes/Shingles

Wood roofing has a natural and rustic appearance. The price per square foot can range from $6 to $12.

Tile Roofing

Clay or concrete tiles are often used in Mediterranean or Spanish-style buildings. Prices per square foot might range from $10 to $20 or more.

Metal Roofing

Metal Roofs are long-lasting and durable. The price per square foot varies based on the type of metal used, but it can vary from $7 to $12 or more.

Slate Roofing

Slat is a high-end roofing material that is noted for its beauty and durability. However, it is more expensive, ranging from $15 to $30 or more per square foot.

Flat Roofing

EPDM(rubber), TPO, and PVC are popular materials used for flat roofs. The price per square foot might range from $5 to $10.

Synthetic Roofing Material

The cost varies widely, but they typically range between $5 to $12 per square foot.

Should your Roof be Repaired or Replaced?

Here are some approximate costs ranges for different types of roofing materials in the united states:

  • Small hail or Wind damage
  • Missing or Poorly put-in flashing
  • Condensation on the underside of your deck is the result of ventilation problems
  • Small leaks caused by the degradation of rubber, tar, or plastic near pipes and vents

If you see any of the following, a complete Roof Replacement is suggested

  • The Roof materials are out of date and not functioning properly.
  • Extensive development of moss or algae.
  • Several missing shingles.
  • Structural problems with the roof, including sagging.
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Author: William Sessions

William Sessions started a roofing business in 2018 with a mission to create high-quality roofs for Winston-Salem and surrounding areas. He did jobs for Safeco, Liberty Mutual, All-State, and Nationwide for two years. In that experience, he learned how to properly inspect for Hail, Wind and other damages to shingles that would impact insurance claims. After that, he started his own family business and proudly served roofing service in North Carolina. He leverages his roofing knowledge and provides useful insights through blogs on ecoshieldnc.com