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Question DetailsAsked on 10/17/2016

Cost on replacing a roof on a 10' x 10' shed with shingles

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Assuming this is just a reroof - tarpaper and shingles but sheathing is OK as is - probably about $4-5/SF range - possibly a bit less with a Handyman, possibly more with many roofers because the job is so small - but again, if you agree to use shingles they may have in stock (leftovers from another job or from a job cancellation where they were unable to return the shingles for a refund) you may get a better rate from a Roofer. Also, if you are able to be flexible on the date they do it so it can be filler work on a day when they finish early or such, they might give you a bit better rate.


Also, if not adverse to ladder work, not tough to do yourself on a small surface like this, particularly if you are not looking for perfection.


Also, if looking for a cheaper solution - also not tough to DIY as long as you stretch it out well and warm the roofing up to 780 degrees or more before applying, is roll roofing - has basically same construction as shingles but is a roll roofing with granules on it. MUCH cheaper (usually done by Handyman on sheds rather than by roofers) because it goes quick - last one I did was right about 2 manhours labor for about 10x12 shed including tearoff of old shingles.

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