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Roofing quotes shouldn’t cost a thing. That’s why Allstate Construction Roofing provides a free roof estimate to every customer. Below, you’ll find more information about roofing estimates and a helpful new roof cost calculator that can provide you with a better idea of how much your new roof will cost.

Trying to figure out how to calculate your new roof cost? Our free guide can help you get started.

Can Roofers Provide Me with a Free Roof Estimate?

Most roofing service companies are happy to provide interested homeowners with a free roofing estimate. We’re certainly able to do so at Allstate Construction Roofing. When you reach out to us, we’ll be sure to provide you with the total costs of replacing your roof, so you don’t have any unexpected expenses after we begin working.

That being said, you can also generate a ballpark estimate for your roofing costs on your own by using the calculator on this page. More detailed instructions will be provided below, but this tool can provide you with the information you need to start financially planning for the costs of a new roof.

How Do You Estimate Roofing Service Costs?

If you’ve been searching for a roof replacement estimate for a while now, you may already know that charges differ from one roofing contractor to the other, and can vary significantly. Contractors base their estimates on several key factors. This is a list that includes aspects of your roof such as its:

  • Pitch
  • Size
  • Accessibility
  • Materials

This means that in order to understand how much your new roof should cost, you’re going to have to first understand how each of these factors can influence your charges.

A roofing contractor will give your roof’s pitch a ratio, which measures its height and length. Roofs that have a pitch of 7:12 or more are considered to have a slope that’s steep and generally cost more money to replace due to the safety concerns and increased work they present to your roofing contractor.

You can calculate your roof’s pitch by assessing how many inches it rises for every 12 inches it runs horizontally. For example, a ratio of 7:12 indicates a roof that rises 7 inches for every 12 inches it runs horizontally. Assessing whether your roof has a pitch that’s considered steep or not is the first step in estimating your costs.

Size is the most important factor in determining your costs for replacing old roofing. The reasoning for this is fairly straightforward. The longer your roof is, the more work and materials are required to replace it. Roofing contractors generally charge by the roofing square, which is a 10-by-10-foot (100 square foot) area. For instance, if your roof is 500 square feet, it would be 5 roofing squares.

Your roofing estimate will also be impacted by your roof’s accessibility. Roofs that have a chimney, skylights, overhangs, and complicated gutters are more challenging for workers to access and replace. If you have these things on your roof, then expect your roofer to charge you a bit more for a replacement.

Finally, your roof’s materials can also have a big impact on the costs of replacing it. Here’s a breakdown of how much you can expect to be charged per 100 square feet of the most common roofing materials:

  • Asphalt is generally the cheapest material to replace, costing about $120 to $400 per 100 square feet.
  • Metal roofs are the second cheapest to replace and will generally cost you between $500 and $1,800 per 100 square feet.
  • Next is Tile roofs, which generally cost between $600 and $4,000 per 100 square feet
  • Slate comes last with a price of between $800 and $4,000 per 100 square feet.

How Much Does it Cost to Roof a 1200 Square Ft House?

The cost of roofing service any house can vary widely based on the factors discussed in-depth in the previous section. That being said, the average cost of roofing a 1,200 square feet house is typically between $4,500 and $6,500. This is based on a roof with architectural shingles and a pitch of 4:12. Your costs could be more or less depending on the specifications of your roof.

That’s why it’s valuable to receive a free roofing estimate from licensed contractors. Allstate Construction Roofing has been a trusted roofing contractor in Southwest Florida since 1991. We’re family-owned and operated and pride ourselves on our attention to detail and superior customer service. 

We’re more than happy to provide you with a free roofing estimate based on your roof’s specifications. To get started, simply give us a call on 1-866 ROOF-NOW or fill out our online contact form on our website. We look forward to hearing from you and telling you more about how we can help by providing you with a roof inspection.

How Can I Get a New Roof With No Money?

Your home’s roof is one of its most important components. It keeps your house dry in the rainy season and helps to keep it cool in the summer. If your roof isn’t functioning properly, you’ll want to fix it as soon as possible. That being said, it can be hard to do so if you don’t have the money on-hand needed to do roof repair or replace it.

If you need a new roof with no money, don’t worry. There are several ways you can put together the money you need to have the work done. First, you may want to consider financing the repair costs. This is a good option for homeowners who have a solid credit score. You could finance the costs of a roof with a credit card or by taking out a personal loan.

You could also make an insurance claim to finance the costs of replacing your old roofing. You may be able to have some of your costs covered if you’ve had roof damage or a roof leak as the result of a covered issue. The only way to find out for sure is to start an insurance claim.

Another option for financing your roof is applying for a grant. This may be a good option for homeowners who are:

  • Elderly
  • Disabled
  • Have low or moderate levels of income

If you’re interested in getting a grant to cover the costs of your roof repair, you should first look into the Weatherization Assistance Program. If you’re low-income, you may qualify for financial assistance through the Section 504 Home Repair program. Finally, the U.S. Department of Agriculture also offers home roof repair grants to low-income individuals through its Very Low-Income Housing Repair program.

If neither of these is an option for you, your best bet may be to refinance your home. There are specific programs, such as the FHA 203K Refinance Loan, which are intended specifically for home roof repair. Taking advantage of one of these programs could be just what you need to get the roof you need with no money.

How to Use a Roofing Calculator?

Our roofing calculator is incredibly easy to use. To do so, you’ll need to find your roof’s:

  • Length
  • Width
  • Pitch
  • Removal needs

Finding the length and width of your roof is a relatively straightforward process. To do so, simply measure each part of the roof that you want us to replace. Add the numbers for each separate roof portion together to calculate your roof’s overall length and width.

Your roof pitch can be a bit more complicated to figure out. It’s possible to do so on your own but will require some complicated math and measuring. A better strategy is to just check your home’s blueprints, which will definitely contain the number somewhere. If that doesn’t work, you may need to check with your home manufacturer for more information. Or, just let us come over and we’ll figure it out for you.

Finally, the last factor you need to know before using our roofing service calculator is your removal needs. We can remove the remnants of your old roof in two different ways. First, we can shingle over your existing roof, but can only do so if you have a single layer remaining. If that doesn’t work, we can also tear off the existing roof entirely.

Once you’ve gathered all of this information, you’re ready to use our roofing calculator. Simply input the info in the correct fields and you’ll have a general estimate for the costs of your roof replacement in no time.

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Disclaimer: All pricing noted here is based on rates at the time of publishing and is subject to change.

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What Kind of Roof Should I Get?

There are several materials you can choose from when replacing your roof. The option that’s right for you will depend on your style preferences, budget, and the cost of material in your zip code. For instance, we provide a wide variety of roofing shingles choices, including:

  • Asphalt shingles
  • Architectural shingles
  • Slate Shingles

In addition to shingles roofing, we also can help you with your metal roof. Asphalt shingles are generally the cheapest roofing material. Therefore, an asphalt roof is an excellent way to replace your roof without breaking your budget.

Tiling is another strong choice for your next roof. It combines beauty and durability to provide you with a stunning roof that will last a lifetime. Tiles also give you the ability to choose from a wide variety of colors and styles to further customize your roof with clay or concrete products.

Finally, metal roofing project is another strong option. It delivers unparalleled longevity and durability. A metal roof provides exceptional protection against the elements, making it an excellent choice for residents of states like Florida that may have to contend with severe weather often.

Regardless of which type of roof you prefer, Allstate Construction Roofing contractor can help you bring your vision to life. Check out some of the work we’ve done in the past to get a better idea of what you’d like to accomplish with your next roofing project. We can provide you with the free estimates you need to get started.

What Should Be Included In Roof Estimates?

Most roofing contractors are willing to provide homeowners with a free roof quote. However, not all estimates are equal. It’s important to ensure yours has all of the information you need to make an informed decision before entering into any contracts. Below, you’ll find a breakdown of the information you should expect in every roofing estimate.

Payment Information

Every roofing company will provide you with payment information in their estimates. However, it’s important to make sure that the payment information you receive is complete. A good estimate will explain every last detail of your payment terms, including an in-depth explanation of down payments, monthly payment amounts, and final payments.


All estimates should also include a timeline that tracks the expected completion date of your roofing project. You should insist on getting a specific project start and end date from any roofing contractor you’re considering.


Your estimate should also include a breakdown of the costs associated with your project. You should be able to look at the estimate and know how much you’ll spend on labor, roofing materials, and permits. If you don’t see this information, make sure to request it before moving forward with that roofer.

Complete Description of Work

It’s important that you and the roofers are on the same page regarding the work that your roof needs. The last thing you want is for a roofer to begin working on your roof and then later ask you for more money for services you thought were included in their initial estimate. That’s why you should insist on getting a complete description of the work in your estimate.

Insurance and Licensing Information

A good roofer will have no problem providing you with proof of all relevant licenses and insurance policies. Make it a point to see these before signing a contract. Otherwise, you could open yourself up to legal liability in the event that the contractor doesn’t pay their suppliers or subcontractors.

Free Estimates

Contact our experts today for a free roof quotation. Allstate Construction Roofing is the roofing company that can handle every new roof replacement job — no matter how complex. Whether you need commercial roofing, residential roofing, or just want a free estimate for your project, we’re the roofers who can give you the advice you need to get started.

Getting started with our superior roofing service is easy. Just give us a call at 1-866-ROOF-NOW to get your free roof estimate based on your zip code. We look forward to hearing from you to get started.

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