FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS!

How Much Does A New Roof Cost?

According to Forbes, the average cost to replace a roof is $8,000, with most people spending anywhere between $5000 and $11000. The two largest variables are the square footage of your home (and thus, your roof) and the type of roofing you choose.

How Long Does A Roof Last?

The lifespan of your roof depends on many factors, including the type of roof you have, how well it is maintained, and the quality of materials used to make it. Most roofs can last anywhere from 15 to 100 years, some even longer.

How Long Does A Metal Roof Last?

The lifespan of a metal roof depends on several factors, including the quality of the materials and installation. A good rule of thumb is that if you want your metal roof to last at least 50 years, you should consider investing in a high-quality material that has been properly installed. This can also save you money in the long run since you won't have to replace it often.

Can I Paint Roof Shingles?

No! This is one of those things that people think they can do themselves but end up regretting when they realize there's no going back once the paint is dried on. If your shingles are in bad shape or need an update, consider investing in new ones instead of trying to paint over them.

How Often Do I Need To Replace Roof?

There's no set answer for this question because it depends on many factors, including how well-maintained your home is and whether or not leaks occur during rainstorms or snowfalls (which could damage other parts of your home).

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