WHY DOES MY ROOF COST MORE THAN MY NEIGHBORS?
Your roof may cost more than the surrounding homes in your neighborhood due to multiple factors, including the size of your home and shape of the roof. Different insurance companies also pay differently, and most of the time, roofers will accept what insurance companies offer towards the cost of repairs as it can be difficult to adjust.
KEEP IN MIND
- Size of the Home – The larger the square footage of your home, the more area there is to put a roof over.
- Roof Slope – The more complex the design of the roof is, the higher the material and labor cost.
- Multiple Shingle Layers – The more shingles required to tear off and replace will affect the cost.
- Condition of the Roof – If your roof has underlying issues such as water damage, rot, or structural problems, addressing these issues can add to the overall cost.
- Customization Choices – If you have specific design or material requests, the costs will vary.