Your roof is extremely important to ensure the health of your home. It’s never really a matter of if you will need to replace your roof, but when you will have to replace it. The first decision you have to make is if your insurance company will be involved in paying for your roof replacement. The average cost of a new roof really depends on what you want.
If your insurance company is helping to pay for it, you really only need to worry about paying for upgrades and your deductible.
Installing a new roof is a big investment. There are a lot of decisions that need to be made before you can start construction. To start, you need to decide what type of roofing material you want to use. Metal roofs are going to be more expensive than asphalt roofing, but metal roofing lasts much longer. The surface area of your roof also impacts the price. A larger roof or a roof with multiple levels will be more expensive than a small and flat roof. Don’t forget about any potential upgrades you might want. The price completely depends on you and your decisions.