Eventually, your roof will need to be replaced, and as a property manager, you may be unsure about the process involved as well as the cost to reroof a house. Understanding what is involved in a reroofing project can help you create a plan and set a realistic budget so that you know what to expect during and after the roof is replaced. If you’re considering replacing the roofing on an HOA house or have multiple homes that need new roofing materials, Apex Restoration & Roofing can help by providing you with the insight you need to make a confident decision about the process and cost to reroof.

Each house is different and it’s important to have a contractor review the property in detail to ensure that the full scope of work can be captured. Unforeseen costs aren’t fun, and our roofing contractors would prefer to take the time necessary to ensure that your estimate is as accurate as possible. To remove and replace, the cost to reroof a house is between $1.20 to $4 per square foot. This means that for an average 1,700 sq. ft. to 2,100 sq. ft. ranch style home with a gentle slope, the cost to reroof comes in between $1,700 to $8,400. If you’re planning to replace and install a wood shingle roof, the cost to reroof is between $.637 and $8.77 per square foot.

How We Determine the Cost to Reroof

In order to provide an accurate estimation of the cost to reroof a house, we’ll first need to determine the area of the roof that will be replaced. We measure the length and width of each portion of the roof and multiply in order to to get accurate numbers for each plane. With this information, we can determine how many bundles of shingles we’ll need to cover the roof and can account for the amount of waste, as well. All of these factors go into the cost to reroof a house.

How to Get Your Estimate

Apex Restoration & Roofing has roofing contractors available to review the details of your HOA roofs and provide replacement options to suit your needs. Click here to get a free estimate for all of your HOA homes and have Apex support you through the reroofing process.