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How much does your roofing project cost?
All major investments require a certain degree of thought put into it. You would want to make the most out your budget, however, big or small it may be. A roof renovation could easily be considered as a MAJOR investment. We’re talking about several thousands of dollars invested into keeping a roof over your head.
According to the available data, the average American homeowner spends around 7 thousand dollars on a single roof renovation. Certain states have a higher average. For example, the approximate cost of replacing your roof in Denver is $7,500.
The price can fluctuate because it actually depends on many individual factors. Some of the factors that may influence your price are:
- The size of your roof – bigger roofs will logically create more costs
- The pitch of your roof – the steeper the slope, the more materials and time need to be utilized
- The type of application
- Materials used – some are easier to remove or replace
- The number of layers – more layers equals to more time spent on removing them
- Your address – the prices of certain services vary among regions and states of the US
- Added features – chimneys, skylights and so on might prolong the process
The initial cost of your roofing renovation might turn out to be completely wrong. The end-price is usually much higher. However, many contractors today provide a detailed list of expenses, stating the reason for each additional cost. Luckily, due to the increase in customer service and standards of practice, many roofers include you in the process before making any kind of altered decision. Make sure to get opinions and offers from at least three or four certified contractors. That way you’re allowing yourself to choose the best one based on the cost/work ratio.
Your choice should be based on your research into certain aspects of work. You would want to acquire their license, tax identification number, home address, email address, customer feedback and if there is one, a before and after gallery.
Also, you would want your contractor to be skilled in dealing with your type of problem so that he could easily avoid creating an unnecessary cost. That’s why you should get as many recommendations as possible.
Although the decision of wanting to replace your existing roof is a major one, it will pay off in the long-term. By adding more useful features to your roof now, and by investing a certain amount of money into it, you are creating a better future for both you and your family. Moreover, by maintaining it properly, you are sure to be adding some years to its lifespan, lowering the overall financial cost of your roof.
We are currently serving Houston, Pasadena, The Woodlands, Baytown, Conroe, Deer Park, Friendswood, Galveston, Lake Jackson, La Porte, League City, Missouri City, Pearland, Rosenberg, Sugar Land, Texas City, Atascocita, Kingwood, Channelview, and Mission Bend.