Roof Replacement Cost by Location

According to RealEstimateService, the typical range for roof replacement costs is between $5,100 and $10,000, but roof replacement can be as low as $1,200 or as high as $30,000. Many roofing companies will charge between $3.50 and $5.00 per square foot.

How much does it cost to replace a roof on a 1700 sq ft house?

It will cost anywhere between $6,000 to $9,000 to replace a typical 1,700 square foot asphalt shingle roof. Roofing companies charge an average of $3.50 to $6.00 per square foot for asphalt roof replacements

Average Cost to Replace a Roof by RealEstimateService

House (& Roof**) by Square FootRe-Roofing Cost*
1,900 (2,003)$7,000 – $10,000
2,000 (2,108)$7,400 – $10,500
2,500 (2,635)$9,000 – $13,000
3,000 (3,162)$11,200 – $16,000

How do you estimate roofing?

To do this, measure the length and width of each plane on the roof, including dormers. Then, multiply length x width to get the square footage of each plane. Finally, calculate your roof’s total square footage by simply adding the square footage of each of the planes together.

What is the average price to tear off and replace a roof?

Depending on the type of roof you’re replacing, the size, and pitch, the national average to tear off and replace a roof range between $5207 – $12,969.

How long does it take to roof a 1500 sq ft house?

It takes 1-3 days on average to replace a 1,500-2,500 square foot shingle roof. Experienced roofing teams with 3-4 roofers can get the job done faster if there is no significant damage or weather-related delays. Basic shingles are easier and quicker to install than luxurious architectural shingles.

How long does a reroof last?

The 26 gauge and 29 gauge cheaper metal roofing options can last for up to 25 years if taken care of. On the high-end, the 24 gauge metal roofing option can last for up to 50 years. However, most manufacturers offer a 20-year warranty, and some even a lifetime warranty which is dependent on the metal used.

Is it OK to put a second layer of shingles on a roof?

The second layer of shingles will decrease the integrity of your new roof and lower its lifespan. That’s because shingles aren’t designed to have a second layer of shingles on top of them! Plus, all that extra moisture and heat being applied to the first layer of shingles will make that first layer age faster.