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Need a roof replacement or a roof repair? Look no further, we’ve got the best roofing services and the most competitive prices in Winter Haven, Florida! Our team of roofing professionals will do an assessment of your current roof to find the most ideal service for your needs. For those looking for a new roof, our roof installation team can give an accurate estimate of material costs before any labor is done.

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When should I have my roof inspected?

As a general rule of thumb, a roof inspection should be performed at least once a year. This is done to ensure that your roof is in good shape and to avoid any possible serious roof repair in the future.

As for commercial properties, it would be best to have your commercial roofing system inspected at least twice a year to assure the safety of your workers and customers.

Apart from annual roof inspections, here are other instances where you should seek assistance from roofing professionals:

When selling your home

If you are selling your home, it is best to get your roofing inspected before listing the property with a realtor.

After Storm Damage

You should also have your roof inspected when there has been significant storm damage such as hail or high winds. This way we can make sure that any damages are fixed and current roofing warranties will not be voided in case there are future issues that would arise from natural causes.

Upon observing leaks and wet stains

Once you have observed leaks and wet stains on your walls and ceilings as it could be signs of water damage.

For anyone who needs a roof replacement and other types of roof construction and services, our team of professional roofing specialists in Florida is here to offer quality work and high-grade roof materials for all our customers in Winter Haven, Florida, and nearby locations.

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What should I expect from a roof estimate?

The cost for roof repair services can go beyond your budget if the project is not planned properly as some roofing issues need to be addressed immediately. You wouldn’t want to ignore them and then suddenly find yourself with a pile of repairs to deal with. So, how much should you spend?

Of course, part of knowing how much you need to spend on a project like this comes from getting an estimate by hiring a professional roofing contractor – but what should you expect when it comes time for that?

This is why it’s important to get educated on what types of estimates exist and which service is best for whatever stage in life your roof’s home or business happens to be at. Before you hire a roofer for any home improvement project, here’s what you can expect from getting a free estimate.

Roof Inspection

The first step in a roofing estimate is an inspection of your property. The roofing company will send out a professional inspector and inspect the current condition of your roofing system. They’ll look for rot, leaks, efflorescence, algae growth, or any other type of damage that could cause a leak or have you on the verge of needing some costly repairs soon.

The roofer will also inspect your ventilation system. Your roof needs to be ventilated, or it’ll start trapping heat and moisture inside the attic that can lead to mildew growth which is a health hazard for you and your family as well as a breeding ground for mold spores.

After inspecting your property, the company will provide you with a detailed diagnosis of your roof. The roofer will then give out a range of options for how to repair or replace your roof system along with the associated costs.

Accurate Estimate of Material Costs

When calculating the cost of a new roof, one of the most important considerations in rebuilding the entire roof is the cost of roofing materials. For instance, asphalt shingle is the most affordable option for most homeowners so a quote for an asphalt shingle is much lower than a request to install a metal roof.

A credible roof construction company will provide you with an accurate estimate of roofing materials based on your material preference and other factors such as the size and design of your intended new roof.

Square Footage

The size of your home will usually dictate how much it costs to install a new one or repair an old one because roofers charge by square footage. For example, if you have a 2000sqft house with 20 squares total that means for every 100 sq ft (10×10) then each foot would be 1/20th and cost $2 per 10 x 10 feet ($200).

Roof Pitch

When calculating the average cost to replace a roof, one of the variables is its pitch. The pitch or slope can be classified as either low sloped or steeply pitched and this will affect how much it costs to get your new roof installed. This is because steeper slopes are more dangerous to work on and would require additional equipment and safety gears to get it completed.

Roof Design

Generally speaking, the cost of your roof will also be based on the complexity of your roof design. If you want an asphalt shingle, then it would run you less than the cost per square foot of a metal or tile roof. It’s necessary that you discuss this with your contractor during the consultation process.

Approximate Cost of Labor Expenses in Florida

After you get a good idea of what kind of project and roofing service your home needs, it’s time to get repair and construction estimates. In Florida, it can take you anywhere from $150-$300 per square in labor depending on the size and complexity of the project.

You must keep this in mind when evaluating offers because there are other factors that can bump up the price such as if you want any custom work done such as adding gutters, fixing skylights, and any additional repairs which would all need extra payment for hiring skilled laborers which are not normally included with initial quotes during an estimate appointment.

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How much will a roof replacement cost in Florida?

The average expense in Florida for a roof replacement roof is $7,211. Most customers can expect to pay between $4700 and $10,000. This of course gets more expensive when working with different types of roofing materials-including but not limited to asphalt shingle-and the size of your home’s structure.

Here are some other factors to consider in case you want to replace your entire roof:

  • Roof size
  • Roofing material
  • Roof design
  • Number of stories
  • Complexity of installation
  • Complexity of removing and discarding the old roof
  • Labor fees

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How can I find roofing contractors?

Choosing the right roofing contractor can be a complicated business. The best way to avoid future legal problems and potential safety hazards is by taking the time to do your research before sealing the deal with a roofing company.

You could start this process of calling contractors in your area by getting recommendations from friends and neighbors, but it’s important not just take their word for it – get at least 3 bids (and compare them) before hiring someone! Be wary of companies that show up right after a storm when most people are vulnerable – they might offer an estimate on-the-spot without giving you all the crucial information about what will happen if there’s damage found later down the line or how much work really needs to be done. If possible, go with established local roofing businesses instead.

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