Upgrade Your Florida Home in 2023 with a New Roof for the New Year
Updated: Mar 5
If 2023 is the year for your home to get a new roof, you may wonder what the cost will be. The state average cost range for replacing a roof in Florida ranges from $11,000 to $30,000, with most homeowners paying around $15,000 or so for replacing existing roofing. While the state average gives you a general idea, you'll have to contact some professional roofing companies for more specific quotes. It depends on the size of your house and many other factors.
Roofing materials are not getting any cheaper so you may want to consider getting to work on this project early in the new year. Finding a skilled local roofer to determine the correct estimate and costs is critical when replacing your roof. You may find many of the prices come very close to matching each other. So the deciding factor could be who you trust for a quality roof installation.
Factors That Affect the Cost of a Florida Roof Replacement
The design of your home's roof and roofing materials will obviously factor into the cost. Here are some other considerations:
Your roof size and shape
Is the roof flat
The roof pitch
Cost of materials, including metal roofing, and asphalt shingles.
Repairing any existing roof leaks or roof deck damage
Waste removal costs
Old roof removal
Chimney and skylights
Cost to Re-shingle your Roof
Asphalt roof shingles can come in many different materials, styles, and colors. Obviously, you want something that looks great on your home. However, with higher roofing costs in Florida, your budget may be a deciding factor. When it comes to roof replacement, Triangle Roofing offers asphalt shingles, metal, and flat roofing options. Each type of roofing shingle has a different level of protection and life expectancy.
Some materials are better suited for Florida wind and weather. Impact-resistant roofing products are known to have increased energy efficiency too. This is something you should discuss with a professional roofer when discussing your dream project.
When considering a full replacement of your Florida roof, it’s expected that you will have to pay more than a partial repair. It's because the old roofing material must be removed and disposed of, therefore using more labor. But over time, a completely new roof installation may be a better idea to protect your home and for resale value.
Contact Joe at Triangle Roofing for a free quote.