How Much Does a New Roof Cost in Jacksonville, FL?
Looking to repair or replace your home’s roof? Want to compare prices on new roof installation? Find out how much it costs to replace a roof in Jacksonville, FL with our guide. Use our free tool to compare prices in your area.
The roof is leaking again?!
It could be worse — it could be gone. And in Jacksonville that might actually happen.
Either way, if you own a home, there is a significant chance that you will eventually have to shell out to a shell out of the top of your house.
And that costs money. How much money?
That’s the million dollar question, isn’t it? (Your new roof won’t cost $1 million, we promise.)
So, how much does a new roof cost in Jacksonville?
Here Are Some Very General Numbers
About half of the most typical roof replacements in Jacksonville cost between $5,900 and $7,500.
However, it wouldn’t be surprising to see a cost range of $8,500 to $16,500 all in on a roof replacement. This would be for work that is not “bargain shopped.”
Another way to think about cost is to set the minimum planned about work is to take the square footage of your roof and multiply it by $3 to $5 to get an idea of the cost to replace your roof.
How much does a new roof cost in Jacksonville for me?
The simple answer is… we can’t say for sure because it depends on a number of things.
While we can’t tell you how much your new roof is going to cost, we can give you an idea on how to figure the pricing out.
Here are the basic cost elements: quality and type of materials, price of materials at the time, labor costs and other roof installation fees, roof size and complexity and possibly clearing and dumpster fees. This all comes on top of possible fees from the local government for permits or other building fees.
And these costs tend to fluctuate, the types and price or materials available may change rapidly as a result of industry-wide. For example, tariffs, trade disputes and the rising price of oil all drive up the costs of supplies.
What’s the Best Way to Get an Idea on Price?
To get professionals to come to your home and getting to know your home, your project and any other constraints that could impact price. This is the almighty estimate.
And it usually best to get more than one to compare and contrast who is charging what and for what. We can help with that part.
Once you get these estimates, you might be able to use the estimate of one possible contractor to either get more detailed info or a better price from another.
You should ask about these things when you meet with whoever does the estimate:
- Cost of all fixed fees including install or warranty charges
- The typical going rate for the style of roof you have
- All possible variable prices and estimates on the per-unit costs
- If the estimate will be given in writing
- If the contractor will stick to the estimate
- About the bonding and qualifications of the business and its employees
Let’s Get This Going
To reiterate, the best way to figure out the cost of a new roof is to get a professional to give you a bid after learning at least a little bit about your home and your situation.
Are you in need of a new roof? Find a roofing contractor for a quote.