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Question DetailsAsked on 8/5/2017

Who is the best roofer for a good price in 44141

What is the typical cost per foot for shingle roofing

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Roofing is obviously your Search the List category to find (as a member - paid or free membership) well-rated and reviewed contractors to bid your job.


Assuming you mean asphalt shingles, $3.50-5.00/SF is a common range (on normal height and slope roof) for normal slot-tab or lower-end architectural asphalt shingle roofing, $5-8/SF for higher end, hurricane or hail or arctic rated, or fancy shingles. You can find a lot of previous questions about roofing (most about asphalt, aka composition, shingles) and ballpark costs and descriptions about roofing terms and issues, and some warnings about storm chasing contractors and insurance-ralted contracts - look in the Home > Roofing link under Browse Projects, at lower left.


[Above costs assume the underlying sheathing can be left in place and reused - if the plywood or boards have to be stripped down to the rafters/trusses because of decay, commonly $2-3/SF more]


In your area, I would expect normal to maybe a bit lower than normal pricing unless you live in a high-end neighborhood, which for some odd reason tends to up the pricing - something about "what the market will bear".

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