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The Cost of Roof Replacement
in Chandler & Gilbert Arizona

The Cost of Roof Replacement in Chandler and Gilbert

he cost of a full roof replacement in will be determined by various factors including:

  • The roof replacement costs will be determined in part by the type of roof material on your current home (most Arizona homes are asphalt shingle roofs, although there are homes with shingle and metal roofing)

  • The square footage of your house or your roof size

  • If you have solar panels on your roof

  • If we are replacing the entire roof or just a portion of it

  • The amount of damage or dry rot that we find beneath the roof shingles 

  • The individual characteristics of your roof that may make it more complicated (if there are multiple elevations, ridges, or valleys, etc.)

The total cost of your new roof will also be determined by the type of material you choose to use.  

The cost to replace a roof in Arizona can also be affected by our extreme weather and how long you would like your roof to last.  There are high-end materials that have a lifetime warranty and other materials that have a 10-year warranty. (A 10-year warranty is the lowest that I use)  Depending on how long you plan to stay in your home, you may choose to go with a more affordable material. Generally speaking, you don’t want to use the cheapest roofing material because you will end up having to replace the roof at a much earlier date.

Roof Replacement Cost Arizona: White Leaf Roofing Pricing Estimates

To give a general idea of the cost of roof replacements and roof repairs performed by roofing contractors, we have prepared this table that gives the average roof replacement cost.

Homes Under 3000 Square Foot

$8000 – $15,000

The actual roof replacement and roof repairs cost will vary based on materials, damage, and unique features of the roof, including whether you have concrete tiles, metal roof, or asphalt shingles.

Homes 3000 - 4000 Square Foot

$14,000 – $20,000

The actual roof replacement and roof repairs cost will vary based on materials, damage, and unique features of the roof, including whether you have concrete tiles, metal roof, or asphalt shingles.

Homes Over 4000 Square Foot

$18,000 – $30,000

The actual roof replacement and roof repairs cost will vary based on materials, damage, and unique features of the roof, including whether you have concrete tiles, metal roof, or asphalt shingles.

At White Leaf Roofing we have 3rd party financing available with financing plans as low as $500/month for those who qualify.

Free Roof Replacement and New Roof Installation Estimates

can usually give a pretty accurate estimate of the cost of your roof replacement or your new roof through a phone call or text message. Once I come to perform a roof inspection personally I’ll be able to give you the actual cost of your new roof.

My quotes that are given after the inspection are all-inclusive. This means they will include:

  • All time and labor costs

  • All materials needed

  • Any unexpected items that may come up during the project.

My goal is always to be 100% transparent, up-front, and honest in my pricing.

I intentionally run a very efficient operation so I keep my overhead and costs low. If you’re comparing quotes you’ll likely find that my estimate will beat all the big roofing companies in town and other local roofing contractors.

To get your free roof replacement and roof installation estimate call or text me at 480-363-2898 or click here to request your roofing estimate online.

The Cost of Roof Repair
in Chandler & Gilbert Arizona

The Cost of Roof Repair in Chandler and Gilbert

The overall cost of a roof repair will be determined by:

  • The amount of damage found to the wood 

  • The amount of damage to the concrete tiles, metal roof or asphalt shingles

  • How extensive the damaged area is

Most roof repairs will cost between $800 – $4000

Free Roof Repair Estimate

Once I come to inspect the roof personally I’ll be able to give you the actual cost of your roof repair.  To get your free roof replacement estimate call or text me at 480-363-2898 or click here to request your roofing estimate online.

About White Leaf Roofing

I’m Andy Johnson, owner of White Leaf Roofing, where we prioritize quality, affordability, and personalized service. With over 25 years of experience, our dedicated team ensures top-notch craftsmanship for every project.

Choose us for competitive pricing, expert workmanship, and direct access to me for personalized attention. Contact White Leaf Roofing today for all your roofing needs!

Andy Johnson Owner of White Leaf Roofing - roofing contractor in Chandler, AZ

Frequently Asked Questions

If your roof is more than 20 years old, showing visible signs of wear and tear, or experiencing frequent leaks or other issues, it may be time for a replacement. A professional roofing contractor can assess the state of your roof and recommend whether a replacement is necessary.

The timeline for a roof replacement can vary depending on the size of the project, weather conditions, and other factors. In general, most roof replacements take between 3-5 days to complete.

There are many types of roofing materials available for replacement, including asphalt shingles, concrete tiles, metal, and flat roofing. Your roofing contractor can help you choose the best material for your home and budget.

In some cases, it may be possible to repair certain sections of a damaged roof rather than replacing the entire thing. However, if your roof is more than 20 years old or showing significant signs of wear, a replacement may be a more cost-effective option in the long run.

Look for a roofing company that is licensed and insured, has a good reputation in the community, and offers a warranty on their work. Always work with a licensed roofing contractor. You can also read reviews online and ask for references from the company.

To ensure your new roof lasts as long as possible, make sure to keep it clean and well-maintained. Regularly inspect your roof for any signs of damage or wear, and address any issues right away. You should also have your roof inspected by a professional at least once a year.