How much does a new roof cost?
Does your property need a new roof? Here’s how much you should expect it to set you back.
Replacing your property’s roof is an expensive job, so it’s always best to seek advice from an expert on whether a new roof is necessary or if your existing roof could still be repaired or restored.
Signs that could indicate that your property requires a new roof rather than restoration include:
- Daylight visible through the roof
- Water damage
- A roof that is over 25 years old
- Missing or damaged shingles
What factors affect the cost of a new roof?
Roofs come in all different shapes and sizes and the cost of a new roof can vary hugely depending on a variety of factors including:
- Style of roof
- Size of roof
- Materials used
- Location of property
- Any alterations to roof style
How much will a new roof cost?
According to the Home Advice Guide, the national average price range for installing a new roof is between £2,300 and £7,300, with the average price coming in at £5,300.
These averages account for the following costs:
- Skip hire
- Company profits
Reducing the cost of your new roof
Before choosing a roofing service, always shop around and request a few quotes on the job to make sure that you’re getting a good deal.
Reclaimed slate and roof tiles
Buying reclaimed roof tiles and slate tiles for your new roof can help to reduce the overall cost of materials whilst also looking after the environment.
Slate roof demolition
If your old roof has slate tiles, then taking advantage of our roof demolition and salvage service could help to save you some money. We pay top prices for any slate that we are able to salvage during the demolition process.
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