These are the key aspects considered when estimating the cost of a roof repair or replacement project:
When providing free roofing estimates, roof size is one of the most important factors. The larger the roof, the more it costs to repair or replace due to increased time, labor, and materials required to complete the job.
The pitch or steepness of your roof will be one of the calculations we make. Roofs with steeper pitches are typically more expensive than those with gentler slopes. The higher cost is due to the extra work required to make the site safer from accidents such as roofers slipping and falling from the steep roof.
The accessibility of your roof is another cost consideration. You must ask questions like: How difficult would transporting and carrying goods to the job location and getting the team onto the roof be? The more time, effort, and equipment needed to access the site, the higher the roofing costs.
Besides computing the materials needed, we also factor in the type of materials used in the project. For instance, a slate roof would cost more than an asphalt shingle roof.
Additional Roof Details
We also consider roof features such as chimneys and skylights while estimating the project cost, as they complicate how we can access the roof and install new materials.