The average cost of a new asphalt shingle roof in Hillsboro is between $3,250 and $12,750. The cost is $325 to $425 per square. This cost depends on a variety of factors including the size of your home, the roofing materials used, and the installation costs of the roofing contractor.
Here is a rough estimate of the breakdown:
- 10 square roof: $3,250 to $4,250
- 15 square roof: $4,875 to $6,375
- 20 square roof: $6,500 to $8,500
- 25 square roof: $8,125 to $10,625
- 30 square roof: $9,750 to $12,750
Roofs are measured in “squares”. A 100-square-foot area is considered 1 square in roofing terms. To simplify, the amount of material needed to cover 100 square feet of roof area is equal to 1 square of roofing material. So, as an example, if a roof surface area is 2000 square feet, the contractor would figure 20 squares. You can approximate how many squares your home is by dividing the square feet of your roof area by 100.
As mentioned above, many other factors make up the cost of a new asphalt roof. Let’s discuss what those are:
The Type of Roofing Material
Asphalt shingle is the most common type of roofing material in the Hillsboro area, and for a good reason! They are
- Available in a variety of colors and styles
- Easy installation
- Minimal upkeep
- Easy to replace damaged shingles
- No worry of rust or corrosion
Wiley Roofing in Hillsboro also offers metal roofing, which offers many benefits as a roofing material as well. Such benefits include:
- The longevity of the material can be double of asphalt shingles
- Energy Efficiency
- Environmentally Friendly
- Minimal Maintenance
Roof System Materials
Your roofing system is comprised of many components. These include
- Ice and water shield
- Ventilation system
- Ridge capping
All of these items must be considered in the final price of asphalt shingles. Contact Willey Roofing for an accurate estimate for your home.
Labor costs not only include the actual installation of the roofing material but also tearing off the old roof and cleaning up the property once the job is completed. There is a great deal of debris that comes off of your roof and that must go somewhere. The unused material is usually taken to a previously approved dump location. (How to pick the right roofing contractor for you?)
Size and Complexity of Your Roof
As briefly discussed earlier, your roof’s square footage impacts your new roof’s cost. As do other costs such as materials used, labor, and time needed to complete the job. However, one must consider the facets, hips, valleys, and the roof’s steepness when determining the price. Secondly, the higher the roof, the more dangerous the job. The installers must take appropriate precautions to remain safe.
Willey Roofing is the roofing professional you can trust when it comes to roof replacement in Hillsboro. We offer a variety of roofing styles and materials to choose from so you can find the perfect option for your home. A new roof can add value to your property, make it more energy efficient, and improve curb appeal. Quality, integrity, and great customer service are our pillars.
Contact us today to discuss a new roof for your home!