In our many years in the roofing industry, we’ve gotten plenty of questions from both homeowners and business owners about roofing projects, services, and more. We’ve taken the time to provide answers to some of the most common questions in our roofing FAQ below. Don’t see your question answered? Feel free to reach out to our team!
On average, a new roof will typically cost around $4–$5 per square foot ($400–$500 per square) for residential shingle roofs here in Georgia. The cost of a new roof may increase or decrease depending on a wide range of factors, including:
The main way many customers can reduce the cost of their roof is through an insurance claim. If your roof is covered by insurance, you will likely pay less out of pocket to replace it. However, this depends on the age of your roof, how well it’s been maintained, and the type of damage is covered.
Typical residential roofs in Georgia last for around 15–25 years. However, the lifespan of your roof depends largely on the materials used in its construction as well as overall maintenance. Here are the lifespans of various common types of roof that we see here in Georgia:
At Skyline Contracting, open communication is one of our top priorities. We aim to work with our customers throughout the entire roofing process, resulting in a smooth roof replacement or repair with no surprises along the way. If you have additional roofing questions not covered in our FAQ, or if you’re interested in an initial inspection, please reach out to our team!