How much does roof replacement cost, and what’s the different pricing for different materials?
Below is a breakdown of price by material. We suggest you also factor in the lifetime value of your new roof by reading up on the lifespan of asphalt vs. metal vs. tile, and so on.
Here’s How Much You Can Expect To Pay
According to Angie’s List, the average cost to replace a residential roof – as reported by members in 2014 – was $11,095.
Of course, this is data pulled from across America, so the pricing for Ft. Worth, Texas, and surrounding areas will differ.
Pricing is also affected by roof size, roof pitch (a steep roof is more dangerous and takes more time), materials (asphalt vs. slate or metal), and time of year (fall is the busy season).
In addition, the ease of access affects price too. Carrying materials farther means more labor and time – as will a roof with more than one layer.
Expect that around 40% of the cost will be for materials and 60% of the cost for labor.
The typical replacement, courtesy of Texas Home Exteriors, is between $195-$295 per square in Texas.
The Average TX Roofing Guide for Ft. Worth
Here are the costs per roofing material:
- 3-Tab Asphalt – $90 per square
- Architectural – $100 per square
- Metal Roof – $265+ per square
With this in mind, the cost range for a new roof replacement in Texas is between $4,500 and $30,000+ – depending on the desired material for your home.
To get a more specific, accurate quote, please use this form to contact us so we can price your replacement.
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Fall is the best time of year for new roofing installation, and we still have another six weeks before winter officially hits. It’s not too hot or cold, and it’s the driest time of year – so if you’re interested in replacing your roof, consider having it done before 2016.
If you’re unsure whether or not your roof is in need of replacement, call TX Roofing Solutions for a no-obligation inspection. We’ll tell you the condition, any repairs to be made, danger signs to look for, and when you should plan for replacement.