Tags: Roofing, Replacement, Shingles, Installation, Tile
When the time comes for a new roof, your first question is probably about costs. You want to be sure you’re getting a good deal. So how much does a new composite roof actually cost?
A lot of factors contribute to the cost of a new roof. The quality of the shingles being used, the steepness of your roof, and your location in the country can all affect the final cost.
On average, composite roofing materials can cost between $100 to $300 per square (100 square feet). An average roof may use about 20 squares of roofing materials, meaning a materials cost of $2,000 to $6,000 for a 2,000 square foot roof. Labor cost may also include stripping away the old roof and disposing of the old materials.
The average cost of a new composite roof varies depending on the region of the county. In the southeast and Midwest, roofs are usually less than $10,000. Higher quality roofing materials, such as hurricane resistant roofs in the southeast can cost a little more.
New composite roofs in the Northeast and West Coast can cost more, averaging $15,000, give or take a few thousand.
Different contractors can have drastically different prices, so it’s best to shop around and find the best one. Be sure to get several estimates from different roofing companies to ensure you’re getting the best deal possible.
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