How the Cost of a New Roof is Calculated in Florida

An Estimating and Insurance Specialist from Collis Roofing will look at these 4 things:

  • Pitch – How steep is the roof? As the pitch increases, safety becomes a factor and the difficulty to apply the roof.
  • Size – The size is a direct factor. The larger the roof, the more materials and time needed to complete the work.
  • Materials –What type of materials do you want? Do you want tile, metal, shingle, slate or a combination? What type of metal? The kind that looks like tile? Do you want skylights or sun tunnels?
  • Labor - This is the biggest factor after materials. While everyone can get the materials for the same price, the labor is the biggest influence regarding price. The quality of the work increases the price or decreases it. The higher the quality work, the longer the warranty they can offer you from the manufacturer based on the rating of their labor, then the higher the price. Smaller companies who have been in business for a short period of time, despite their “years of experience” are often lower rated by the manufacturers. The average Florida roofing company is in business for only 2 years, and they will most like be out of business when you need them. This also applied to Home Depot or Lowes, because they subcontract all their work to smaller, newer roofing companies.

Contact a Collis Roofing Estimating Specialist and they can help you find the right roof to meet your needs and fit a budget.

Can I Get Financing for my New Roof?

Collis Roofing is one of the only places you can get financing options for your new roof and for any other home improvement that we offer. We will help you with the application process and have a dedicated financing specialist who can help you navigate any questions or concerns you have about financing. Call 877-COLLIS1 to talk about financing your next home improvement or talk with your estimator. You can also check out our roofing and home improvement financing options including for homeowners with low credit scores by clicking here!

Does Homeowner Insurance Pay for a New Roof?

Your insurance company will pay for the cost of your new roof replacement for hail, wind, weather damage or an Act of God.

Your homeowners insurance will not cover normal wear and tear most often due to age or woodwork which is also considered as normal wear and tear. They will replace the same roofing system, but if you want to upgrade your roofing system to a stronger or premium product these start as low as $400.

Our estimators are insurance specialists with extensive training, and can handle everything directly with your insurance company for you. This takes a lot of hassle out for you, and your Collis Roofing estimator can expedite the process for you after we receive a signed copy from you for the assignment of benefits.

Your insurance often prefers to work with Collis Roofing because our estimators are trained in their specific processes, and they know we are the highest certified Florida roofer that they know we can be trusted to do a superior job putting on your new roof on. Call 877-COLLIS1 or Contact Collis Roofing for your Free Estimate and Assistance on your insurance claim

Cost of a Home Depot or Lowes Roof

Home Depot and Lowes subcontracts their roofs. This means they find small and new roofing companies to install the work, which there are plenty of. As the average new and small roofing company is only in business 2 years in Florida, if or when there is an issue with the workmanship of your roof or a repair is needed, you will likely have a new roofing company come to your door.

Because all work is subcontracted out, Home Depot and Lowes Roofs will almost always cost more so they can maintain a profit. The price difference may be significantly more and the value will be significantly less when you consider the quality of labor you will receive with these smaller contractors with less experience. Home Depot and Lowes cannot get rated for workmanship because they do not supervise the subcontractors work or install the roofs.

Everyone is pleasantly surprised when they find out they can get a better roof with more value from Collis Roofing, often for less than a roof from Home Depot or Lowes. With our highest rated workmanship and a dependable company you can trust why would you pay more for a roof any where else?!

To get a free estimate for a roof from the highest rated Florida roofer that has been here for over 20 years and will be here for the next 20 years, call 877-COLLIS1 or Contact Us!

How much does a new roof cost in Florida?

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When your roof is at the point that it needs to be replaced either to age or damage to the roof due to weather, the most thought about question by home owners is how much is that roof replacement going to cost? Will my insurance pay for the cost of my new roof? Why are there so many different prices for roof replacements? How is the cost for a new roof constructed? Buying a roof is a lot like buying a pizza or a car. What do you want it to do? How do you want it to look? How long do you want it to last? Your Collis Roofing Estimating Specialist can help you navigate through the options and choices to fit your needs and your budget.

Can a Homeowner Keep Any of the Insurance Money?

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It is illegal to profit from an insurance claim. If a roofing company offers to give you back part of the benefit from your insurance or not require you to pay your deductible, it is also illegal and should be reported and you can be held responsible. Also note that your insurance company will require you to use a licensed Florida roofer. It is illegal to use an unlicensed roofer in Florida, and you can be fined up to $10,000 for the use of an unlicensed or improperly licensed Florida roofer.