Navigating the roof replacement process can be overwhelming, right?
And trying to find a cost online so you don’t have to have someone come to your home to come up with a budget to set aside seems impossible.
From what I see, no one here in Trinity wants to talk about the cost of a roof online.
No worries, you are in the right spot now.
Our family here at RoofCrafters of Trinity, Florida has been helping families by both repairing and replacing roofs in South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida since the early 1990s. And we are ok with having money conversations here online. The bottom line is we want to help you get the best roof possible on your home.
So…By the end of this article, I promise you’ll know what the average cost of a shingle roof will be and all the other important information you may need to make a well-informed decision on purchasing the right asphalt shingle roof for your home.
Did you know that there are 4 different types of Asphalt Shingles available in Trinity, FL?
The 4 different types of asphalt shingles are:
Upgraded architectural shingles
3-tabs are the cheapest grade, architectural shingles are the most popular shingle used in Trinity, Florida, and the upgraded architectural and designer shingles are the premium shingle options available and are both the heaviest of the 4 shingles that are available.
It would be nearly impossible for me to provide you with an exact cost for a shingle roof on your home without knowing all the factors that determine the final cost, so I will provide you with the average cost to roof a home in Trinity, Florida with each of the 4 different shingles that are available.
The Average Cost to Shingle a Home in Trinity, FL with 3-Tabs.
3-Tab asphalt shingles are theeconomical shingles on the market, these are often referred to as builder-grade shingles, these are mostly installed on new construction homes in Trinity and smaller investment properties. Good, if you have an extremely tight budget because they are the least expensive of the shingles.
Aesthetics: They provide a slate shingle look.
Lifespan: Typically lasts 12-15 years.
Protection: Being the lightest asphalt shingle they provide the least wind protection, during a major wind event the 3-tabs shingles are at a greater risk to blow off the roof.
For a 3-tab shingle roof on a home in Trinity with 2 straight sides and no chimneys or skylights, the average cost is $7,300.
For a 3-tab shingle roof on a home with 2 stories that are a little more complex, the average cost is $8,950.
For a 3-tab shingle roof on a home that is even more complex, with several valleys and gables, the average cost is $10,600.
The Average Cost in Trinity, Florida to Shingle a Home with an Architectural Roof.
Architectural asphalt shingles are heavier than the 3-tab shingles and provide you with a much better wind rating than the much lighter 3-tab asphalt shingle.
Architectural shingles are sometimes referred to as laminated or dimensional shingles because during the production of the shingle the manufacturer laminates shingle parts together. This laminated part creates depth, or provides dimension, explains the other names huh?
The architectural shingle was designed to look like real wood shake shingles. They are also the most popular asphalt shingles installed on homes in the entire United States as of 2022.
Aesthetics: These shingles provide a dimension that will provide your home with more curb appeal.
Lifespan: Most architectural roofs last 17 to 22 years with proper roof ventilation.
Protection: With the correct installation methods they can provide wind coverage up to 130 mph depending on which manufacturer you go with.
For an architectural shingle roof on a home with 2 straight sides and no chimneys or skylights, the average cost is $11,200.
For an architectural shingle roof on a home that is a little more complex, with a dormer and a few valleys, the average cost is $14,150.
For an architectural shingle roof on a home that's a little more complex, with several hips and valleys, the average cost is $17,100.
In Trinity, FL the average cost to roof a home with an Upgraded Architectural Shingle.
Upgraded architectural asphalt shingles will provide you with the same economic ease as the 3-tab and regular architectural shingle.
The big difference is the curb appeal they will provide your home.
Side by side with its little brother the regular architectural shingle, there is no comparison. The upgraded shingle is much heavier in weight. More weight makes it a thicker shingle giving your roof more definition. This added definition drastically impacts the curb appeal and adds value to your home.
Aesthetics: The thickness of these shingles creates a very noticeable difference that provides an extra pop from the street.
Lifespan: Created with more asphalt in the shingle, these shingles typically last 25 to 30 years.
Protection: The heavier a product the less likely it is to blow off in a major wind storm. These shingles can weigh as much as 100 lb per square foot more than regular architectural shingles depending on the manufacturer you decide to go with.
Designer roofing shingles are by far the heaviest of the asphalt shingles choices.
These shingles will add tremendous aesthetic value, they create amazing curb appeal with their unique designs. If you want your home to stand out from the rest. If you love being different and having the best on your home, this may be the right shingle for you.
Aesthetics: These shingles are specifically manufactured to provide the most curb appeal.
Lifespan: You can expect these shingles to last 30 to 40 years.
Protection: Being the heaviest of the shingle family, with proper installation these provide unmatched wind and overprotection from storms.
For a designer asphalt shingle roof on a home with an easy roof pitch and no chimneys or skylights, the average cost is $18,300.
For a designer asphalt shingle roof on a complex home with 2 stories or split level, with a chimney or a skylight and valleys, the average cost is $23,700.
For a designer asphalt shingle roof on a home with 2 stories or a split level that is more complex, with a chimney, dormers, and several valleys, the average cost is $29,100.
What's your Next Step?
The tear-off process can be messy and overwhelming. There are several steps in the roof replacement process, so we want to help educate you so that you have all the information needed to make a well-informed decision.
Our team here at RoofCrafters of Trinityis always here and available to help guide you through every step of the reroof process. If you would like to have one of our professional estimators come out and go over all your options, you can schedule your inspection now.
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