Roofers Pricing Guide

Finding the right roofer can be difficult, follow this useful guide to make the best choice for your home.

How much does a new roof cost?

  • In this guide we will go over what you can expect when purchasing a new roof
  • Detailed cost break down of a new roof
  • Shingle options
  • Difference between professional roofing companies and the rest
  • And much more!
Pricing Guide 1

What does it cost to hire a local roofer?

A couple things to consider.

  • Shingles: This makes up about 25% of the cost of a roof, but could be more. This does not include all of the building materials and will vary depending on the quality of shingles chosen for the project.
  • Materials: This can make up around 20%-25% of the cost of a roof. Materials are additional to the shingles and can include a variety of things such as ice and water shield, starter shingles, ventilation, underlayment, hip and ridge shingles, nails and more!
  • Labor: This usually accounts for around 25%-30% of the cost. This cost is usually somewhat consistent whereas costs like shingles are variable. We recommend paying market rate as lower cost companies may not be as experienced or skilled.
  • Overhead: Company overhead runs around 25%-30% of the cost of the project. This covers things like license, insurance, project management, customer service and more.

Four Common Roofing Systems

  • Architectural Shingles: These are among the most contemporary and popular options on the market today. This is what most homeowners choose when getting a shingle roof. This can range from $300-$450 per square (100 square feet) depending on things like location, wages, workers comp etc. We offer Atlas Pinnacle at this price point.
  • Class 4 Rated Shingles: These are impact resistant shingles, handle temperature shingles and are overall more resistant. These are around 10%-15% more expensive but are a higher grade product. Atlas StormMaster shingles are a step up from the traditional Pinnacle shingles.
  • Synthetic Shingles: These are a non asphalt product but are synthetic instead. They don’t degrade as quickly and maintain their quality while providing the benefits of class 4 shingles. They are around 60% more expensive than architectural shingles and typically cost in the $675-$725 per square range. F-Wave shingles are a good option here.
  • Metal: These are the most expensive and cost around $800-$825 per square. They are the highest quality option available. We use Tilcor products when metal shingles are the best option.
  •  MISC: There are also standing seam metal roofs and some synthetic roofs however these can cost upwards of $1,000 per square so at this time we do not offer them.

Difference between Joe Roofer and a professional roofing company.

Joe Roofer

  • Typically not licensed or insured
  • Limited Experience
  • No guarantee on work
  • Poor workmanship which can cost thousands down the line
  • Limited communication
  • Poor customer service
  • Looking to make a quick buck

Professional Company

  • Has all licenses, insurance and certifications
  • Highly trained and experienced
  • Work guarantee
  • Quality workmanship that should last decades
  • Open communication and transparency
  • Great customer service
  • Builds a long term relationship with homeowner

What to Expect From Happy Home Roofing

  • Happy Home Roofing prides itself on being a professional roofing company that puts their customers first. We understand that when you choose us to replace your roof you are putting a lot of trust in us to do a good job and we take that level of trust very seriously.
  • We will work closely with you every step of the way to make sure you get exactly what you need while providing fair and transparent pricing. Customer service is a top priority to use so you can expect prompt replies to any questions or concerns.
  • Whether you need a little more info or are ready to get started please don’t hesitate to contact us today.
Pricing Guide 2

We maintain multiple financing options – We can find the right choice for you.

Pricing Guide 3

How soon can you be here?

In most situations, we’ll be there within 48 hours.

Pricing Guide 4

What Area Do You Cover?

We serve Franklin County, York County, and Adams County.

Pricing Guide 5

What Warranty Can I Expect?

We offer a lifetime workmanship warranty.

We maintain multiple financing options – We can find the right choice for you.

Pricing Guide 6

Business Hours

MON: 8AM - 6PM
WED: 8AM - 6PM
FRI: 8AM - 6PM
SAT: 8AM - 1PM
SUN: Closed

Pricing Guide 7

PO box 264 Waynesboro, PA 17268

(833) 384-2779

License #: PA152955
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