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Important Cost Factors for Shingle Roof Repair

When it comes time to repair your shingle roof in Maryland, you will have a lot of choices to make. One of the most important factors that will affect your choices is how much everything will cost. A roof requires a big investment, even for repairs, which is why knowing what influences the cost is important. Here are some of the main cost factors that you will need to consider.

Amount of Damage

The first and most important aspect of roof repairs is determining the amount of damage involved. Sometimes from the outside, it can look like your roof isn’t as badly damaged as it truly is. For example, you might see only a couple of moldy shingles, but that could mean that you have worse water damage under the surface. Make sure that you have a thorough roof inspection so that you know what will need to be repaired.

Extent of Repairs

Another one of the biggest factors that affect repair costs is the size of the repair. As you can imagine, there is a significant difference between replacing a small section of your roof versus a larger one. The amount of materials needed to repair your roof will also affect how much it will cost.

Roofing Features

Lastly, the other elements on your roof could make it more difficult to repair and, therefore, more expensive. Skylights and chimneys provide added complications to be worked around. And if these things need to be repaired or replaced as well, then that will be an additional cost.

Contact Blair Construction Today!

If you want professionals you can trust to remodel your home, contact Blair Construction. We have been serving our valued Maryland customers for almost thirty years and look forward to giving your roof the care it needs for years to come. Contact us online or give us a call at (410) 729-0777 to get a free in-home estimate. To see examples of our work and get updates on what we are up to, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Houzz.

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