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Roof Replacement Cost

Roof Replacement Cost Branson

Roofs perform such an essential function that “keeping a roof over your head” is synonymous with the very concept of home. When it comes to maintaining your investment, the smartest money you spend could be on this project.

Quality products are not cheap. A lot of time, effort, and equipment is involved in keeping your installation up to current standards. However, a new roof raises the value of your home. 

So, while paying $10,000 to $25,000 or more for a project might seem high, first realize that roof replacement Branson area often comes as an expense to your insurance company, if you have adequate storm damage. Even if you have been denied a claim previously, we can often help you get your insurance claim approved.

Roof Replacement Branson

Should you use a handyman or general construction business on your roof? The rates and services of a handyman can vary widely depending on the market and handyman. A handyman or woman is a generalist and will not be as streamlined in the process of installing a roof or as versed in newer products and techniques.

If you are simply looking for some roof Maintenance Branson being done, then you might be tempted to use a jack-of-all-trades contractor who performs minor repairs or construction tasks on residential sites. However, when it comes to your roof, make sure you get the most skilled eyes on your home’s biggest protection and largest maintenance item. Often, general construction workers and traditional roofers only look for leaks and do not notice the damages to your roof that qualify for your insurance to replace it completely at no surprise expense to you.

 

Cost to Reroof a House

Think about the cost of buying a 20-year-old car versus buying a new car under warranty. The price of the old car is cheaper, but the cost will be high with all the parts that break and all the downtime you’ll lose for those repairs. Which do you want on your roof, a low price or a low cost? Quality materials will cost you much less in the long run, so don’t settle for the cheapest contractor who is looking to huck a quick buck.

First, get a proper roof inspection Branson and Lake area roofs often qualify for Insurance replacement coverage. It is almost like getting a free roof because you have already paid for this coverage every year.

A quality roofing project will involve removing the existing shingles, making spot repairs to the underlying boards if needed, and installing new shingles. It’s important to note that the price fluctuates depending on factors like:

  • Size of the roof
  • Pitch of the roof slope
  • Height of the roof eave to the ground
  • Method of previous roof install
  • Quality of materials
  • Number of layers of existing shingles
  • Skylights
  • Chimneys
  • Plumbing pipes 
  • Code requirements in your municipality

 

When you’re getting an estimate, it’s important to know they’re going to quote you on a “per square” basis. For these projects, 100 square feet is considered a roofing “square.”

 

Roofing materials alone cost anywhere from $100 per square to $1,000 per square, depending on the type you choose. For an average roof of 17 squares (according to the United States Census, which puts the average home size at 2,200 square feet and two stories), roofing materials typically range from $4,500 to $7,500.

 

Cost to Tear Off & Replace Roof in Branson

The removal of an old roof can cost $1 to $5 per square foot. The job averages $1,000 to $1,500. Some contractors charge hourly, which can run from $40 to $80 per hour. Our price-lock guarantee prevents such surprises! Also, if you have rotting rafters or need new supports for heavier material, you can expect to pay an extra $1,000 to $10,000, depending on what sort of repair or reinforcement it requires.

 

Pros often factor removal into the project quote alongside replacement. The rate fluctuates based on material, location, complexity, and workload. Removing the old shingles is the most strenuous part of the job no matter if you’re a contractor or a DIYer. While doing it yourself can save thousands, pros can do the job safely and efficiently. You don’t want to be caught with an open roof in a rainstorm! 

 

Cost to Redo a Roof with a Different Material

Redoing a roof with a different material such as metal can run an additional $7,000 to $12,000 or more.

 

If you are replacing one product with another of the same type, you usually have no major concerns. However, if you are replacing a lighter product, such as asphalt, with something heavier, like slate or clay tiles, you’ll want to be sure that your framing can support it. Before going with heavier options, have your frame and trusses inspected and strengthened if necessary to make sure they can support the weight of the new product.

 

Potential added elements of this project include:

  • Chimney reflashing
  • Truss repairs
  • Truss reinforcement
  • Code upgrades

Cost to Reshingle a Roof

A new 3-tab shingle roof, including removal costs, averages between $5,300 and $11,000. Although “shingle roof” often conjures up images of a typical asphalt product, the fact is that unless your roof features a single piece of material that caps the building, it falls under the category of a “shingle” style. The better quality architect style shingles cost more but last much longer.

 

Your shingles might be asphalt, clay, slate, wood, or metal. The right choice for your home depends on your tastes and your budget for both installation and roof maintenance Branson. Each product has its own requirements for care, and it helps to first learn about shingle maintenance Branson and life expectancy.

 

You can also get impact-resistant products, which come in various types. If you decide to invest in impact-resistant products, know that they:

  • Provide deck protection
  • Defenses against leaks
  • Increased energy efficiency
  • Decrease the risk of blow-off during inclement weather
  • Enhance the beauty of a home
  • Improve resale value

Learn more about each material in our guide to shingle types.

 

Slate or Tile Shingles

Removing slate or tile shingles costs upwards of $150 per square. The basic premise of stripping slate or tile is the same as for asphalt. However, the weight of slate and tile builds up much faster, so pros have to remove them in smaller quantities. Some homeowners wish to re-use old tiles and slate in other projects, so it will cost more to salvage them so as not to break any that are in good shape. This extends labor time and adds to the total budget you’ll need. Learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of tile roofing.

 

Wood Shake Roofs

Wood shake removal costs $100 to $125 per square. Pros remove wood shakes in a manner almost identical to asphalt except that many crews work horizontally instead of vertically. The first step is always to remove the ridge cap, but instead of working downward to jacks, they roll up the shake and underlayment horizontally from one side of the surface to the other. If you tried this with asphalt, the roll would become too heavy to lift safely or throw into the debris bin.

 

You may get an initial estimate of only $10,000 when you speak to the contractor on the phone. Then after closer inspection, the quote could go up to between $15,000 and $20,000. What your initial estimate might not include are the hassles the contractor might run into during the project. These could be problems with your ventilation, gutters, chimneys, etc. Each could drive up the total for the project. When the professional does a walkabout, they will be able to point out problems and reassess the quote based on what they will have to do.

 

This could be due to a number of reasons, like:

  • Leaking chimney or skylight flashing
  • Removing excess layers
  • Pitch
  • Substrate or deck damage
  • Winter roof damage
  • Mold
  • Difficult removal due to previous installation
  • Pooling water
  • Fascia and soffit damage
  • Gutter damage

Your home or building could be one of these common designs:

  • Ranch style: Simple, less expensive.
  • Colonial: Has steeper slopes but isn’t too hard.
  • Tudor: Has many slopes, eaves, and can be problematic, so it’s expensive in comparison to other types.