Macomb County Roofers
To ensure quality workmanship, Select Restoration, A Licensed General Contractor employs only factory-trained and certified Roofers for all of our roof leak roof repairs, Roof Installations and Roof Replacements here in Macomb County.
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When choosing Roofers in Macomb County, you want a company who has the experience to help you make some major decisions, and will listen to your goals and desires, and you don’t need pushy salesman. Our Certified Owens Corning Roofers will can walk you through the entire Roofing process and make you feel like one of our family. Call today 1-586-791-3900 for a New roof estimate with a no pressure sales pitch or stop in our showroom located at 31435 Utica Road Fraser MI 48026
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Roof Cost Breakdown
The cost to hire a Macomb County roofer for roof replacement includes:
Labor — The roofer will remove the old roof if necessary and make minor repairs to the structure. He will then install your new roof, including ice dam protection, asphalt paper, shingles, flashing, and ridge vents. If extensive repair is needed, the cost will be adjusted accordingly.
Cleanup — The expense of hauling away the old roofing material and other debris is, as a rule, included in the price quote.
Supplies and Equipment — Usually the cost to hire a roofer includes all supplies and equipment. Asphalt shingles are the least expensive and most widely used roof material; they come in a variety of colors and have a lifespan of 15-20 years. Other common materials include clay tiles, slate, and wood shakes.
Building Permit — A building permit here in macomb county is often required for a repair, removal, or replacement of more than 100sf ft of roofing.
Estimate — The initial estimate, which may include an onsite inspection, is often free.
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Asphalt Roof Shingles. Asphalt composition shingles are the most popular material in Michigan. The cost of a new roof with asphalt is among the lowest of any popular material and they carry a moderate lifespan. It’s usually possible to install a new asphalt shingle roof over an existing asphalt shingle roof, providing that the roof structure is sound. But if there are already two layers of roofing in place, the entire roof will have to be stripped down to the roof sheathing. As with any roof replacement, the flashing will also need to be either replaced or renewed.
- Average 20+ year lifespan.
- Low cost.
- Easy installation.
- In climates that undergo extreme temperature shifts, shingles can warp from thermal shock.
- Not necessarily the most attractive style.
How much does a new asphalt roof cost?
- About $1,500 to $9,000 Typical Homes / Call today for a free roof measure
Metal roof replacement. Metal roofs can require replacement because roof panels have been damaged by high winds or impacts. Replacement may also be called for when panels rust or the factory-applied finish deteriorates. When an old metal roof is replaced with a new one, building owners sometimes choose to install a metal roof that has a different profile. Metal roofing encompasses a wide range of styles, including aluminum, copper, corrugated iron, metal blends, and galvanized and stainless steel.
- Resistant to fire, hail, snow and wind.
- Lifespan of 20 to 50 years or more.
- Easy installation.
- More expensive than asphalt composition shingles.
- Not necessarily the most attractive style, although more color options and pattern designs are available today than in the past.
How much does a new metal roof cost?
- Basic interlocking steel shingles run from $5,000 to $17,000.
- Aluminum metal costs between $12,000 and $20,000.
- Corrosion resistant steel sheets start at $12,000 and go up to about $22,000.
- Copper and other high-end styles are priced from $25,000 to $40,000.
Replacing a wood shingle roof. A wood shingle roof never wears out evenly, since some areas of the roof receive more exposure to the weathering effects of sunlight and moisture than others. When spot repairs become necessary on an ongoing basis, many homeowners elect to have the entire roof replaced. Today many roofing contractors recommend installing a “rainscreen” material beneath a wood shingle roof, instead of nailing the shingles directly against the roof sheathing. The resilient rain screen material creates an airspace beneath the roof shingles that promotes drainage and drying.Wood shingles and shake are cut from Western Red Cedar logs, giving them an attractive, classic appearance. Shingles are machine cut while shake consists of pieces of split wood blocks.
- High durability.
- Beautiful appearance.
- Lifespan of 30 to 50 years or more.
- High cost.
- Difficult and expensive installation.
How much does a new wood shingle roof cost?
- Shingles: $7,000 to $15,000.
- Shake: $10,000 to $20,000
Clay tile roof replacement. Because of the expense involved in replacing a clay tile roof, some homeowners elect to have a different roofing material installed after the clay tile roof is removed. Once the roof has been cleared of tile, the roof structure can be inspected and repaired as necessary. The horizontal and/or vertical battens used to install some tile roofs may need to be repaired or replaced before a new tile roof can be installed. The roofing contractor may also recommend installing a new waterproof membrane prior to installing the new roofing material.Tile roofing includes clay, sand, and concrete. It’s a popular option in the southwestern U.S. courtesy of its natural defense against the sun.
- Durable against sun damage, fire, rot, and damage from insects.
- Lifespan of 50 years or more.
- Extremely difficult and expensive installation.
- Requires professional upkeep every 10 to 20 years to replace underlaying material.
- Due to its weight, some homes will need extra structural support.
How much does a new tile roof cost?
- Basic clay tile: $12,000 to $21,000.
- High end tile: Up to $65,000.
Your home is your biggest investment. Replacing your roof is seldom a want, but most often a need. Usually, it’s an emergency. When it comes time to repair or replace your roof, choosing the right shingle might be important, but choosing the right contractor is critical. Select Restoration has been installing roof’s here in Michigan since 1993 and has the BBB credentials to prove it! We have hundreds of satisfied customers for you to call on.
Roofers Macomb County
When you’re looking for a Roof Replacement Cost here in Macomb County expect to pay an average of $3900 – $9400 for a roof replacement and about $400 – $1200 for a a roof repair.
New Roof Cost? will vary according to factors like:
The Size of your roof and number of roof squares
Number of stories
Roof type and pitch
Roofing material to be used ( shingles, wood shake, metal, clay)
Whether the existing roof needs to be removed for a complete roof replacement or repair
Don’t despair! Not every roof problem means you have to completely tear off or replace your roof. Loose or missing shingles, minor ceiling leaks, damaged soffits or flashing, and sagging gutters all are good candidates for roof repairs. But Left alone, these problems almost inevitably get worse.
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