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How much does a new roof cost?

Once you are able to know just how much roofing materials cost in the market, you can make use of this knowledge to get the best prices. Deciding to replace your old roof with a new one is usually very expensive, and in some cases, you may not be able to cancel the plan of replacing your old roof especially if it becomes necessary for you to do so.  However, even though you may be needing a roof urgently, it is still important for you to make sure that you do not go ahead and just hire the first roofing professional that comes your way. Do your research and take the time that is needed so that you can be able to get the very best.

So how much do roofers charge?

Even though you may be able to do your roof replacement, it is advisable for you not to do so. This is mainly because you may lack the experience as well as the tools needed for you to be able to do a good roofing job. Also, the chances are high that you are going to make a lot of mistakes that may end up costing you a lot of money to get the errors fixed. Not doing your roofing replacement in the right way is not only expensive but you are also going to be endangering the integrity and safety of your home.

If you want a standard roof that is between 2,200 and 3,400 square foot that comes with asphalt shingles, you are going to spend between £2000 and £6000. This amount is the one you will spend if you decide to do the roofing replacement on your own. If you choose to hire a roofing professional, then you are likely to pay between £5000 and £12000 or even more especially if you want the roof to have asphalt shingles.

When it comes to how much a roofer is going to charge you, they tend to charge for their services by making use of squares. By squares, this means that a 10*10 foot patch of a roof is what is going to make a square. A residential roof on average is going to require around 22 squares and 34 squares for the replacing to be done.

How much does it cost for a roof installation?

For a start, you are likely to spend between £120 and £400 for every square for the roofing material that you are going to make use of. When it comes to the installation of a metal roof, you are going to spend around £700 to £1000. If you decide to go for a natural slate tile, then you will spend around £800 to £1600.

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