A Guide to The Components of a Roof Replacement Quote

Extreme temperatures, hail damage, and age are some of the most common reasons to replace your asphalt shingle roof. Getting a quote for a roof replacement project is not a complex process, but it takes a highly trained professional who knows the cost factors, what to look for, and what to expect in order to provide the best level of protection for you during this process. Knowing what goes into the quote can help you when you start to see signs of damage on your roof.

First step: Schedule an inspection

In order to get a quote for a replacement, your first step is to schedule the inspection with a high-quality roofing contractor. A roofing professional will perform their inspection and then share with you the completed quote.

Size of the Entire Roof

One of the first things that roofing companies do is determine the roof size/square footage. Throughout that process, the roofing technician can pinpoint areas of damage, such as missing shingles or hail impact marks.

The Materials

The next key factor that will be listed and included in the replacement quote will include the materials needed. This includes the type of roofing material you need as well as any added needs such as decking. Your roofer will likely give you options in products to choose from for your home.

The Labor

The labor cost on a full or partial roof replacement quote is the amount of money it will cost for the work to be done. This typically includes the removal of the existing structure, the repair of the decking or other structural components, and the cost to install it. The labor price ranges for different contractors, so be sure to pay attention to this part of your quote.

Let Us Break It Down for You

Scheduling an inspection with a roofing contractor is the best way for the average homeowner to determine how much it will cost and the type of work that needs to be done to protect one of the most important structures of your home. This also needs to be done in order for your replacement to be covered by most insurance company’s homeowners insurance policies. Don’t wait until you see extensive damage to schedule your inspection. Reach out to Bulldog Roofing today to learn more about your roofing project options.

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