Cost of a New Roof

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How Much Does a New Roof Cost?


Having an insurance claim does not increase your rates. What it does do is lower the amount you have to pay because your insurance covers the majority of the cost. All you have to do is pay your deductible. When Collis Roofing goes out to do an inspection, we give you a thorough estimate on how much we believe the roof would cost and whether there’s a chance it can be covered by insurance. 


An Estimating Specialist from Collis Roofing will look at these 5 things:


How steep is the roof? As the pitch increases, safety becomes a factor and so does the difficulty to apply the roof.


The size is a direct factor. The larger the roof, the more materials and time needed to complete the work.


If you have heavy tree cover or other issues that would prevent us from being able to work standing up or loading a roof, special equipment and action may need to be considered such as tree trimming.


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?


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 and the longer the warranty they can offer you from the manufacturer based on the rating of their labor, the higher the price.

Common Questions

Do You Have Good Financing Options for Most People and Businesses?

Absolutely!  We offer low interest, low payment financing for  homeowners and businesses that start as low as the 500’s for credit scores to non-credit score based financing through PACE.  Ask your estimator for details.  To provide detailed financing and payment information, we must complete an estimate first.

How Much is a Roof Replacement if There is Storm Damage?

If you have legitimate damage of 25% or more, your insurance company will pay for the cost of your new roof replacement. This means you are only responsible for your deductible plus any upgrades you decide to add.

Can Roofers Pay my Deductible?

Roofers who offer to pay your deductible are not professional roofers. They use this tactic to make it seem like you’re getting a free roof and entice you to choose them. It’s illegal in most states so don’t fall for their tricks! Please be aware it is a felony offense for insurance in Florida should you not pay a deductible, your contractor not collect the full deductible, or you keep any of the insurance money not spent on the repairs.

What Should I do if I Have Storm Damage?

If you are concerned that you may have storm damage, make sure you request a roofing estimate to check and contact your insurance company to file a claim. We will help coordinate with your insurance adjuster and meet them at your home to make sure no damage is missed.

The Cost of Choosing Someone Other than Collis Roofing

While it’s not every case, based on 25 years of incoming requests for repairs, chances are we’ll see you within 6 months to 3 years for leaks or an entire new roof replacement because of the installation mistakes that other companies tend to make. They could be a big box company or the company with the lowest price, but they’ll never do a better install job than Collis Roofing.

Unfortunately after an initial roofing job that was filed by insurance, anything afterwards that happens because of a roofing company’s neglect will likely come out of your pocket and can cost you hundreds to thousands of dollars. Unlike other companies, we stand behind every roof we install. Many of our customers are repeat customers over the decades as they move into different homes at different life stages.

If you want the job done right the first time, call Collis Roofing!