When it comes to roof replacement, the cost will vary depending on a few factors. The first factor is the roof size. The second factor is the type of roofing material you choose. The third factor is the roof pitch. And lastly, the fourth factor is the complexity of the pitch elevation makes a difference. All these factors will play a role in determining the total cost of your roof replacement project.
Factors affecting roofing costs such as roof size and pitch (downward plane angle), the roofing area (square footage) are factors that affects the cost. Divide this area by 100, and you get the roofing square, the unit in which you find the roofing materials.
The complexity of your roof will also play a role in the cost of your project. If you have a simple roof, it will be less expensive to replace than a complex roof. This is because complex roofs require more time and labor cost to replace, such as gutter valleys, drip edges and elaborate flashing.
Labor Up to 60% of your roof replacement budget will be labor-related. Depending on which product you’re installing and the home’s structural integrity, installation fees can range from $150 to $300 per square, or around $1.50 to $3 per square foot . Note that 100 square feet (10’ x 10’) feet is considered “a roofing square,” so your roofer may give you a quote on a “per square” basis. Estimates also include removing the old roof or existing shingles, making spot repairs, and installing the new replacement. If a re-roof, new installed over current, labor costs will be modified to actual effort needed to install.
For asphalt shingles, the average Texas roof replacement cost is $3,200 to $19,300 depending on the size of your roof and quality of shingle. Texans steer away from being considered average, so your estimate may be unique to the roof you desire. A basic 1,500-sf new roof costs around $6,550. Asphalt shingles costs range from $3.20 to $5.50 per square foot. To get a more accurate cost for your roof replacement project, request that free estimate.