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June 12, 2018

How To Keep Your Roof Replacement Project On Budget

A roof replacement can be a costly adventure. To make matters worse, keeping the project within budget can be a daunting challenge without proper planning. If you want to keep your roof replacement project on budget, start by hiring the right roofing contractor and then follow these tips.


Pay attention to the planning phase

If your roofing replacement project is not an emergency, don’t rush it. Take the time to research all the roofing options available, check what is within your budget and make the necessary calculations to determine your best roof replacement alternative. Carefully considering your options at this stage will help you avoid unnecessary changes along the way which could significantly affect your budget.

Get a conclusive roofing cost estimate

You may have a rough idea of what your roofing replacement will cost based on your previous projects or what a business associate’s new roof cost, but you can’t depend on that. A professional roofer will do precise calculations and give you a comprehensive estimate. Depending on the size and complexity of your project, an experienced contractor may be able to anticipate certain challenges and give you a more reliable cost estimate.

Avoid making unnecessary or unexpected changes during the installation

The easiest way to blow your budget is making unnecessary or sudden changes when your roof replacement has begun. Some adjustments are inevitable, such as repairs to areas that were not seen until the project began (e.g., damp insulation or deck problems), but others that are more cosmetic (for example, changing the color or type of edge details) may not be warranted. They will delay the project, some of the roofing work may need to be undone, and roofing materials may have to be re-ordered. This will increase the cost of the project and add delays.

Set aside an emergency fund

Have an emergency fund set aside to handle unexpected expenses if they arise. The fund should be within your budget, and a professional roofer can advise you on what to allocate depending on the specifics of your project.

For more on how to keep your roof replacement project on budget, consult the professionals at Royalty Roofing today!

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