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Question DetailsAsked on 9/21/2017

how can i find out howmuch other homeowners paid for roof repairs mine is already done but I am told I paid too mu

Denver had a big hail storm and everyone had to have roof repairs I have 59 squares and the roof was asphalt shingle. on a 2 story house. I just want to know what other people were billed for a similar job. The job is already done so I am not needing someone to come out and quote the job

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Other than asking your neighbors who had similar damage - probably no way. Best way would have been to get several bids, so you could see what the going rate for your particular locale and roof configuration was BEFORE getting the job done.

Of course, normally homeowner's insurance would have covered this, so as long as the roofer did the job for what the insurer paid plus your deductible and any depreciation/amortization offset, that presumably would have been a "fair price".

If you google this search phrase - asphalt shingle roofing cost in Denver - you can find a number of general info numbers from roofers, and a couple of local newspaper articles, on typical shingle reroofing costs.

Not knowing whether you had a total reroof or if flashings and such were involved too, generally, roughly $2-3/SF is what I would expect in your area for economy 3-tab or 5-tab shingles including tearoff of one existing layer of shingles - more like $3-4 range for better shingles or standard architectural shingles, and maybe up to $5/SF for high-end asphalt shingles.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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