Quick Answer to "How Much Does Composite Roofing Cost?":

Composite roofing cost is complicated. We provide free roofing estimates to give you personal attention and find an accurate cost for your roof replacement.

Three Tree Roofing provides free roofing estimates to any home or commercial property owner in the Seattle area who thinks they need a new roof.

Extended Answer to "How Much Does Composite Roofing Cost?":

6 Roof Replacement Composite Roofing Cost

There are many factors that go into the cost of a composite roofing replacement. We give each customer focused individual care and attention to consider all the factors specific to their situation. Cost factors vary from customer to customer and roof to roof. We have highlighted the six most common cost factors below. These are not all of the cost factors that can affect price, however they cover the basics. Call or contact us for free roofing estimate and we will be glad to schedule an appointment and come out to your location to provide a roofing estimate.

#1 - Type of Composite Roofing Shingles

There are many different types of shingles that vary in thickness, color, and style. Different roofing shingle manufacturers vary in cost and quality. Some manufacturers are better than others. The two manufacturers we recommend are CertainTeed and Malarkey Roofing Products. They make great quality shingles that last a lifetime and offer many shingle styles and options. We are certified roofers for CertainTeed and Malarkey. See more details on benefits of the manufacturer warranties below.

#2 - Size of Your Roof

Yes, size matters. The more roof you have, the more roofing material you need to cover the area. The bigger the roof, the more time and man power it takes to complete the job. Naturally, the bigger the composite roof, the more it is going to cost to replace. We love working on big composite roofs and small. Do not hesitate to call regardless of your roof size.

#3 - Complexity of the Layout of Your House

The complexity of your composite roof plays a factor in the cost of your roof. The complexity is something that many people do not consider when thinking through how much their composite roof replacement will cost. Some features that create complexity include the pitch, skylights, number of joints, pipe and vents, chimneys, and more. All of these features need to be considered when calculating the complexity of your roof.

#4 - Accessibility to Your Home

Is your home easy to access for trucks and equipment? To save time, we load the new shingles on the roof. This avoids having to carry the shingles up manually and saves a lot of time and labor. We also have a trash container delivered for old roofing materials to be disposed. If the trash container cannot be placed close to the house, costs will increase. This causes the roofing crew to have to carry all of the debris a longer distance to the containers location. Either way, we can replace a roof just about anywhere. The real question is if the accessibility around your home will increase the cost or your roof replacement, and if so, by how much.

#5 - Current Roof Type

Your current roof type plays a role in the cost of the roof. One possible cost increase can come from multiple layers of older roof shingles under the current roof. Having more material to remove and dispose of leads to more labor and disposal costs. Steep roofs are much more difficult to tear off and require extra attention, leading to a higher overall roof replacement cost. Type of roof matters. Removing and disposing of composite roofing shingles has a different cost then removing and disposing of a concrete tile roof.

#6 - Building Code Standards

Universal building codes and local city and state building codes can play a role in the cost of roof replacement. Not all city’s require the same permit or a permit at all in some cases. We work in many city’s around Seattle and have a great relationship with the permitting departments. It’s very important to know what each city requires permits and for what they require permits. If you do not have the proper permits, an inspector can shut down the job. There is also the danger of the homeowner getting fined if the roofing company does not pull the correct permits.

There are many more factors that can effect the cost of Composite Roofing, however these are the basics. Call or contact us for a free roofing estimate and we will be glad to schedule an appointment and come out to your location to provide a roofing estimate.

Composite Roofing Shingle Manufacturers

There are two major composite roofing shingle manufacturers from whom we source our composite roofing shingles: CertainTeed and Malarkey Roofing Products.

How Much Does Composite Roofing Cost?: CertainTeed Logo

Certainteed has been North America's leading brand of exterior and interior building products since 1904. They have helped shape our world - roofs being one example that can be found on almost any home! As an American company founded back then as General Roofing Manufacturing Company (1904), today’s headquartered enterprise knows how to produce quality goods with sustainability at its core: insulation; siding/fences and more.

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How Much Does Composite Roofing Cost?: Malarkey Roofing Products Logo
Malarkey Roofing Products

Malarkey Roofing Products has been a family-owned company since 1956. Located across the country from Oregon to California with an additional location for Oklahoma, they're committed in providing high quality asphalt or fiberglass shingle options that will work well on your next project - no matter how big it might be!

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Three Tree Roofing is Composite Roofing Manufacturer Certified

We have gone through extensive training with each manufacturer. This included comprehensive background checks and audits. Through these processes, we earned manufacturer certifications from our roofing material suppliers. In addition to the Three Tree Roofing Warranty, our customers receive a manufacturer backed warranty. This includes all of our workmanship. You are double covered by us and by the manufacturer!

We hope this article helps you better understand how composite roofing is installed. Click here to see our next post "How long does composite roofing last?" - Part 4 of our 8 Part series on "5 Different Types of Roofs: Composite Roofing".