Okay, Let’s Cut To the Chase. How Much Will I Really Be Paying?
Pricing talk in the roofing industry is oftentimes seen as taboo, but it doesn’t have to be. Roofing projects are expensive, you know this. So, wouldn’t you rather know how much you’ll be paying up front instead of tip-toeing around the subject?
Quality roofing projects are expensive. By knowing how much you’ll be paying out of pocket before the project begins, you can better understand what you can afford, and if you need financing or other assistance. Transparency is an all around win!
What Influences the Cost of My Roofing Project?
Your roof is unique, and the total cost is going to depend on a lot of different factors. Below are the 3 main factors that impact the cost of your new roof.
Type of roofing material
Size of your roof
Complexity of your roof
What is the Cost of My New Roof?
You deserve to have a more tangible outlook on the pricing of your project, so take a look below where you’ll find what’s going to affect the pricing of your roofing project.
3-tab shingles are extremely cost-efficient and are a wonderful lighter-weight, stylish choice for any homeowner.
The ballpark cost for three-tab shingles on a 2,000-3,000 square foot home is between $7,300-$10,600.
Regular Architectural Shingles
These multi-dimensional shingles are not only durable, but sure to give your roof the flare you desire.
On a 2,000-3,000 square foot home, architectural shingles cost in the ballpark range of $11,200-$17,100.
Upgraded Architectural Shingles
Upgraded architectural shingles are a bit more popular, as they are thicker and will give your home that “pop” you’re interested in.
The ballpark cost of the upgraded shingles is around $13,100-$19,000 on a 2,000-3,000 square foot home.
Designer shingles stand out due to not only their high level of functionality, but because of the beautiful appearance they add to your home.
On a 2,000-3,000 square foot home, these shingles cost in the ballpark range of $18,500-$22,000, and are the highest quality of asphalt shingles on the market.
Tile roofs make your home stand out by giving you that Spanish style using the S-tiles or even a modern look using flat tiles. Tile comes in both clay and concrete materials.
The ballpark cost of tile roofing is around $33,700-$69,800 on a 2,000-3,000 square foot home.
Metal roofs are modern, strong, and highly resistant to harsh weather conditions. The two main types are exposed fasteners or screw down and the best metal materials, standing seam.
The ballpark cost of metal roofing is around $16,500-$47,300 on a 2,000-3,000 square foot home.
Schedule Your Roof Inspection Today
In order to get a better idea of how much your roofing project will actually cost, schedule an inspection today. An expert will come out and give you an estimate free of charge!
What You Need to Know About Pricing
Below you’ll find the answers to RoofCrafters’ most frequently asked questions. If you still can’t find the answer you’re looking for, drop us a line on our contact page.
What should be included in my pricing estimate?
Your estimate will include a number of different things, all of which your contractor will go over with you. This includes:
Rotten deck replacements
Roof system components
Can I negotiate the project cost with my contractor?
You can always negotiate with your contractor on the price of a successful project before signing an agreement. It’s important to discuss your budget with your roofing contractor before the project commences so that you know what you’ll be paying for, and what you can afford.