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Roofing Cost in Kansas City

What Is The Average Roof Cost In Kansas City?

 

As a homeowner, you want to understand just what you are getting yourself into when it comes time for a large investment, such as replacing your roof.

 

The bad news is that there is no magical roofing cost calculator to automatically produce a number for how much your roof replacement will be.

The good news is that a quality roofing contractor can provide you this number quickly with a professional inspection.

For a roof that only requires the tear off and installation of one layer of asphalt shingles, pricing can range from $250 – $580 per “square”. One “square” in roofing is equal to 100 square feet. The lower end of the price range reflects a simple, low-slope roof with a standard 30-year architectural laminated shingle. You will find yourself towards the higher end of the price range if your roof has a high-end shingle, or a steep slope.

If you currently have shake shingles on your roof, and are looking to replace them with asphalt shingles, pricing for complete tear off and reroof can range from $410 – $710 per square (100 square feet).

There are many factors that go into determining a roofing cost, such as:

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What type of old materials need to be torn off

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The number of layers of shingles needing to be removed

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If any wood work underneath the shingles needs to be repaired

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Which type of new shingle materials you want to have installed

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Type of underlayment or decking to be installed

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Amount and type of ventilation needing to be installed

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The size and pitch of your roof

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Type of warranty to be included

As you can see, a lot goes into what your roof might cost.

 

With a thorough inspection, we will provide you with several options for your roof, with various choices in materials and pricing, and help you choose the best option for your home and budget.

Further, we will work directly with your insurance to see if you qualify for compensation for your new roof. We are trained in Xactimate, which means we will create a quality estimate that will reflect the amount that your insurance should reimburse you for your roof–making sure you receive a fair settlement.