Even the toughest roofs don’t last forever. They get damaged and worn down as the years go by, and they eventually need to be replaced. But how much does a roof replacement cost? What factors can affect new roof installation costs? This guide will cover all you need to know about the costs of roof replacement.

The Cost of Roof Replacement

“What does a new roof cost?” is a common question asked by many homeowners. Trusted sources such as Fixr, Forbes, and Home Advisor suggest that the average price paid for a new roof in the US is anywhere from $7,000 to $15,000

However, the cost can vary. Some new roofs can be relatively cheap, costing close to $5,000 for all parts and labor. Others might cost much more, in excess of $20,000 or even higher than $30,000.

Various factors need to be taken into account to estimate the total cost of a roof replacement, including the size, material, accessibility, and condition of the roof. This is why it’s always best to call on the services of professionals.

Here are some of the most important factors that need to be considered when working out an estimated new roof cost.

Roof Replacement Cost by Size

One of the most important factors for new roof costs is size. Naturally, bigger roofs will cost much more money. The larger the roof is, the more materials will be needed to cover it and the more labor will also be required to install it. Therefore, if you have a large home, you can expect to pay more than the national average for your new roof installation.

Roof Size Graphic

Roof Replacement Cost by Material

Material is another major factor to consider. Roofs can be made of many different materials, including slate, vinyl, metal, composite, asphalt, and more. Certain materials are much more expensive per square foot than others. So, if you want a roof made of more high-end materials, you’ll have to pay the extra material costs to have it installed. Read more about the different types of roofing we offer at our roofing types page.

Roofing Materials

Roof Replacement Cost by Type and Pitch

The pitch and shape of your new roof may also impact the total cost of installation. In general, roofs that have steep pitches often cost more to install as the process of installing them can be more complex. In addition, roofs in certain styles or shapes, like A-frame roofs or Mansard roofs, may be more expensive to replace.

Types of Roof Shape Graphic

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