Are you having problems trying to determine if you have enough budget for a roof replacement?
CHS Roofing Contractors know that one of the main concerns of homeowners is how much they need to invest to have a new roof. Unfortunately, there’s no specific estimate for this type of roofing project. But our team will do its best to give you a rare experience by providing you with an idea of how much you need to get your roof replaced.
At CHS Roofing Contractors, we serve the residential and commercial property owners in the area. It doesn’t matter what your roofing needs are, we will make sure that we do the job right. Work with us and you’ll surely never have to worry about your roof anymore.
Provided below are estimates of the most common types of roof and what factors affect their costs.
Price of a Roof Replacement
A primary factor that will help determine how much your roof cost is the type of roof that you want to have. That’s why it’s important to break down the three most common types of roofs so you will get an idea of how much you need for your roof replacement.
Please note that every roof is different so the roof replacement price may not be the same as with other houses in your area. Having said that, it’s not possible to provide you with an exact price until a roofing contractor inspects your roof.
But, the figures provided below can give you an idea of what your budget should be. These aren’t perfect numbers. The actual cost of the roof replacement will depend on different factors that are based on the roof you choose and the roofing contractor Columbia you hire.
Cost of an Asphalt Shingle Roof
The most common type of roof that you see in houses today is an asphalt shingle roof. It’s a roofing system that is made of asphalt shingles and other elements. It’s also known as the most affordable roof type in the market today.
For a one storey home that has a basic roof without any penetrations and valleys will cost about $3.25 per square foot. The cost includes roof components such as the underlayment and the basic shingles.
Meanwhile, a two story house with a bit complex yet accessible roof costs about $3.55 square foot. The price includes good quality shingles, upgrade to the underlayment, and other roofing components.
On the other hand, a complex roof with a steep pitch and is not easily accessible may cost about $6.50 per square foot. The price includes all the roofing components of the manufacturer, luxury shingles, and an upgrade to copper for the valleys and the flashing.
Price of a Standing Seam Metal Roof
A one story home that has a basic standing seam metal roof with an over roof that has no valleys and penetrations will cost about $8 per square foot for an 8 inches gauge steel standing metal roof. A single story house with a bit complex roof costs about $10 per square foot for a gauge steel standing metal roof of 24 inches.
Price of a Cedar Shake Roof Cost
A one story home with fundamental basic up and over roof without any valley or penetrations will cost about $14 per square foot. According to an expert roofing contractor, mildly complicated roof will cost about $15 per square foot.
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Keep in mind that the numbers provided are not perfect. You can only get the exact price once you hire a roofing contractor in your area.