Charlottesville Homeowners – Start Budgeting Now For Your Next Roof.
A new roof is a significant investment for most homeowners in Charlottesville, Virginia. The national average for a new roof is somewhere between $5,000 and $30,000. With prices like that, you want to be sure you have the funds to get what you really want and need. We’ve broken down the details that affect the price of your new roof:
- Roof Pitch: The slope or pitch of your roof affects the price of your new roof. A steeper roof is usually more expensive, both in materials and labor.
- Overall Size: The bigger your home, the pricier your roof. More square footage adds material and labor costs to the project.
- Shape: Protrusions like skylights, chimneys, and pipes, slow down installation and require solutions to ensure a tight, leak-free fit.
- Material: The material of your roof affects the price. Metal, copper, and slate are all more expensive than traditional shingle roofing.
The Material Makes A Difference.
We estimate and install all types of roofing. Our experienced professionals visit your home and make product recommendations that work with your home’s value and architecture. Here are just a few options to consider:
- Metal: Metal roofing can last up to 100 years if properly maintained. Pick the color that complements your home. A traditional red roof looks great on an old farmhouse and a matte black makes a brick home look stately. Metal roofing tends to be more expensive than shingle roofing.
- Shingles: Shingle roofing is affordable and looks great with most architecture. Choose from Designer or Standard shingles for the option that works best for your budget.
- Copper: Copper roofing adds architectural interest to most homes. While it starts out shiny, be prepared for your copper to patina into a rich green hue.
Our Installation Is A Smart Investment.
We’ve been installing shingle and metal roofing since 2004. Our experienced team walks you through the process from the initial estimate to the final installation. Contact our team to get started planning your next project.