What does a new roof cost in Colorado?

The cost of a new asphalt roof in Colorado can vary depending on a number of factors, including the size of the roof, the type of asphalt shingle used, and the complexity of the installation. On average, however, you can expect to pay between $4 and $7 per square foot for a basic asphalt shingle roof installation. This is per sq ft of roof which is commonly confused with sq ft of you house.  On average houses in Colorado will have a roof size between 1500 sqft and 2500 sqft.  However, if your roof is larger or more complex, such as a multi-story home or one with a steep pitch, the cost could be significantly higher.

It’s important to note that while asphalt shingles are generally considered to be an affordable roofing option, there are higher-end asphalt shingles available that can increase the cost of the installation. For example, architectural or dimensional shingles are thicker and more durable than standard 3 tab asphalt shingles, but they can also be more expensive.

In addition to the cost of the materials and installation, you may also need to factor in the cost of removing your old roof. This can add several hundred dollars to the overall cost of the project.

In conclusion, asphalt roofs in Colorado will run, on average from $6,000 to $15,000. It is important to hire a contractor that understands Colorado weather. Outside or out of state contractors, may not understand the local codes and or the drastic changes in weather. Budget Roof Colorado has all local installers and salesman with many years of experience to walk you through getting the best roof for your hard earned dollar.

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