I’m not sure if i’m posting in the right place so please forgive me if I didnt. I’m looking to get my roof replaced on my 2600 sq ft house. So far I have been given 3 estimates and nobody has listed the square footage. I have absolutly no idea which of the three is any good. I’m really tight on money so I would figure to go with the cheapest but I just bought the house and want to be here for 30 years and want a roof with material that will
last a long time. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
A company wants $8,950 That includes the following:
-Remove existing layers of shingles and inspect roof.
-Install drip edge to entire roof perimeter
-Valleys to have triple layer closed valley system(Ice Guard in valley).
-Ice & water shield 6ft up on eaves and around skylights and chimmneys
-High Performance Underlayment
-ridge vent installation
-New pipe flanges
-new chimney flashing
-Install new heavy weight shingles and provide city permits.
-The shingles will be Certainteed landmark or GAF/ELK Timberline.
A small company that was referred to me said
$5,000 for IKO Shingles
$5,500 for Owens Corning
$5,700 for GAF Timberline
-New plywood up to 3 sheets
-3ft ice & water sheilds
-He said he does everything to code
A guy my dad knows says he does roofs and quoted me these prices
Ownes Corning $6,120
Replaces up to 2 sheets plywood
Removes existing roof to bare deck
Furnish & Install the following:
Ice & water shield to gutter edges valleys and penetration
Drip edge (Aluminum)
Cap Masters for soilstackts
Complete clean and haul debris
He said it would be extra for the following
GAF deck armor (Instead of felt) $605
DCI Smart Vent $580
He said that by the end of summer the material prices will go up another $1,000