Massachusetts roof cost calculator

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Residential roof in Massachusetts

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What determines roof cost in Massachusetts?

For homeowners in Washington, there are 5 main factors that go into quoting a roof replacement project:

  1. Roof style:
    More complicated roof styles require more measuring and cutting, and thus cost more than simple roof styles.
  2. Roof steepness:
    Steeper roofs make roofing jobs more difficult, as added safety precautions need to be taken. This results in higher labor costs.
  3. Roof square footage:
    Quite simply, the bigger the roof, the more expensive it’s going to be. Luckily, as Owens Corning Platinum Preferred members, we’re able to secure good deals when buying shingles in bulk.
  4. Roofing material:
    Different roofing materials come with different costs. Asphalt shingles are typically cheaper, while metal roofs are the most expensive. 
  5. Labor costs:
    When it comes to labor, you get what you pay for. That’s definitely the case in the roofing business. Sure, there might be a guy who can do it for cheaper, but you’re better off going with trusted experts with years of experience.
  6. Season:
    The best time to replace your roof is between the months of September and March. Contractors are generally less busy during this time and so quotes tend to be cheaper. During the summer months, prices increase an average of 10% to keep up with demand. 

How much does a roof replacement cost in Massachusetts?

The average full roof replacement in Massachusetts costs $16,616. Overall, roof replacements can range in cost from $4,650 to $30,000+, depending on the roof’s size, shape, and the material used.

Roof cost by material

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    Asphalt is the most affordable and most-popular roofing option in North America.

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    Wood shingles are almost always purchased for their look, not necessarily their affordability. While they come in slightly more expensive than asphalt shingles, they hold their value just as long when properly maintained.

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    Energy efficient

    Energy-efficient shingles, also known as COOL shingles, are a slightly more expensive add-on to standard asphalt shingles. What they lose in cost, they make up for in ROI, saving you tons of money on utility costs over their lifetime.

For an official quote on your next roofing project, contact Couto Construction today!