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how much does it cost to get roof on house and garage redone

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I will need a new roof.  I have 2,000.00 and my insurance company has a little more.  It is a shingle row home will give sq.ft. measurements when requested.
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January 02 2013
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The resulting cost depends on different things like materials, the design of the roof and height of the roof/pitch  for access and don't forget the warranty which might be part of the[Promotional hotlink removed by Zillow moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy.]
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April 14 2012
Here's a[embedded hotlink removed by Zillow moderator]that will give you a ballpark estimate. Roofing cost is based on the cost of roofing materials, roof pitch, and labor.
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November 30 2011
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For a 2,000 square foot new roof the cost will be approximately $2500-$3000. A low bid might be closer to $2000, a high bid around $5000-$6000 or more.

If you have to pay for the shingles, it's going to cost you $10 to $20 per bundle.

There are more expenses but you can read more about the cost of a new roof here.
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June 12 2010
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So, how much to shingle over my garage measuring 25 X 20 per side and the pitch is un-walkable at which I believe to be 9 - 12 pitch.. I think the total square footage would equal 1000sq.. Is $7000 a good quote?
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May 25 2009
Pricing by the square is probably the best way to compare market to market but I think for most ranch single story relatively simple non tear roofs your looking at 1500-2k.
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April 26 2009
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I do believe Foolio is fooling youw hen he says $30-$50 a square. Standard shingles alone cost around that per bundle and a square (100 sq, ft) requires 3 bundles of shingles.And that is just the cost of the shingles, not the underlayment and labor. A very general cost for labor is $175-$200 a square, obviously dependant on area, work demand etc.
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April 26 2009
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My house is about 1400 and the garage smaller than that the material on the garage I would like it to be metal and as far as the roof metal too. my fascia looks real bad from what I can see, the city did a bad patch job.

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April 26 2009
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If you are talking about standard asphalt type shingles, you can figure a minimum of $30 per square up to $50 per square, depending on what part of the country you are in.  Just had three put on after Hurricane Ike near Houston. they ran a bit over $30 per square.  A "square" is slang for 100 square feet.  Measure your house, or get your square footage from you appraisal district. Then add about 20% to that due to the pitch of the roof, angles, and ridge shingles.  Hope that helps.
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April 25 2009
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Roof costs are extremely dependent on a number of factors:
1.  Size of roof (affects quantity of materials)
2.  Shape of roof (a plain roof is less expensive than the ones with lots of angles)
3.  The materials used. 
4.  The amount of repair that needs to be done.

Redoing a garage is similar.  You need to provide more detail.  Are you proposing rebuilding from scratch or just a good clean out and paint job?
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April 25 2009
 
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