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A roofing calculator is an easy instrument that will help you to estimate the cost of your repairs. When using the roofing calculator, you save your time because you do not have to contact a contractor to get an estimate. Our online roof replacement cost calculator will give you an estimate based on just two factors: the material and the roof area. For a detailed estimate, you should contact us directly to have a roofer come to your house and perform a roof inspection because a roof replacement cost calculator might not be that accurate.
Here are simple instructions on how to use our roof replacement cost calculator
Step 1. Choosing the right material
We offer six types of roofing materials for both residential and commercial roofing systems. Residential roofing systems are typically installed on any type of residential buildings, such as houses, mansions, cabins, and other residential buildings. Commercial roofing systems are typically installed on commercial buildings such as stores, malls, cultural centers, and other buildings. The main difference between the two systems is that commercial roofs are typically flat and have a bigger surface.
Once you know your roofing system type, you can choose the material for our roofing calculator.
- Architectural Shingle
Our roof replacement cost calculator offers the cheapest cost per roofing square for this material as it is the most popular, classic option.
- HD Architectural Shingle
Architectural laminated shingles are often described as “high-definition” because of their depth and contour and consist of two or more basic shingles laminated or bonded together.
- Tile Roofing System
A tile roof is a roof made from clay, ceramic, concrete, or slate tiles, while each tile is secured to the roof deck by nails.
- Metal Roofing System
Metal roofs can last up to 70 years as steel is very durable and corrosion- and fire-resistant.
- EPDM Single-ply Roofing
EPDM is an extremely durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane that is a popular commercial roofing material widely used in low-slope buildings in the United States and worldwide.
- TPO Single-ply Roofing
TPO roofing are growing its popularity on the market. It is a single layer of synthetics and reinforcing scrim that is mostly used on flat roofs.
Step 2. Just enter your roof area in our roofing calculator and get an estimate right away!more Tags from Advantage Remodeling and Roofing as Local Roof Repair Company