Costs To Replace Your Houston Roof
A new Houston roof replacement may cost anywhere from $5,000 to $18,000, which breaks down to about $240 to $340 per square foot of roofing. The national average of the price of a roof replacement is approximately $5,300. Although this is an average cost that serves as a baseline, other factors will ultimately determine a more accurate price.
What Factors Contribute to the Price of a Houston Roof Replacement?
Asphalt shingles are by far the most common type of roof shingle used on Houston Roof’s and they have varying price points.
Roof Size and Shape/Pitch
A common assumption some make is that the roof is the same amount of square footage a the rest of the house, but this isn’t necessarily the case. When we use our eagle view technology to give you an online free quote, we can calculate the area of your roof. We take into account multiple facets of the home, for example if you are in a one story, two story home, have an attached or detached garage, etc.
Whether your roof is flat, slightly elevated, or very steep will also determine how large the roofing area is, as a steeper roof means a greater surface area. Determining the right surface area is crucial because this will also let us know how many shingles we need to install.
Fast Track Roofing, your Houston Texas Roofing Contractor Is Ready to Get You Your Roof Replacement
If it’s time for your Houston roof replacement, please contact us for a free quote today! We offer a great financing option as well. Call us today, your local choice for quality Houston roofing services & property specialists at (346) 333-7663
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