Whether you’ve got a bad leak or are simply going for a new look, replacing your roof can be a big deal. Knowing what might increase or decrease the cost will have you better prepared when the bill comes due.
The larger a roof is, the greater the final cost is going to be. A higher surface area needs more material, produces more waste, and requires more manpower.
Getting to It
Contractors need to have access to your roof to work. Depending on trees or neighbor proximity,there may be little room for scaffolding or equipment. This increased difficulty can raise costs.
The Highs and Lows
Wherever two planes join, the peaks and valleys of your roof need more attention. Contractors pay special attention to these areas since these locations are prone to leaks,which require more time and materials.
Here is where you have the most control over the cost. While other factors might increase the overall price, taking a less expensive option will save more immediately. Here are some possible choices:
- Timberline HD Lifetime High Definition Shingles
- Royal Sovereign 3-Tab Shingles
Each option comes with its own benefits and drawbacks in addition to its cost, so it’s worth doing the research to find what’s right for your home.
The angle of your roof might make things more difficult, especially if you have a very high grade. The steeper the slope, the more dangerous it is and the longer it will take to get the job done.
Adding Up Add-Ons
If you have considered installing additional features to your roof, this is the best time. Ventilation and under laymen are options you may have considered previously and installing them during roof renovation may lessen the total cost.
Out with the Old
If your current roof is in bad shape or you’re changing the type of roofing entirely, you may need a complete replacement. This involves stripping the old shingles and repairing the underlay, which will definitely adjust the pricing.
Consider all of these possibilities, and call Southern Pro Restoration at 813-296-6227 to help you get the roofing your home deserves!