Online Roofing Estimate

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Find out how much Labor and Materials really cost before scheduling an appointment with a roofing salesman. Use this valuable knowledge to negotiate a better price with your preferred service provider or save the full amount by following a few simple steps on DIYRoofs.com. Either way, we are here to help you save money on your roofing project.

Satellite Roofing Estimate

Project Address

Begin typing in your address below and select it when it appears in the list. Be sure to drag the pin over your roof to ensure we have the exact location of your project.

Property Notes

Add any details we should be aware of as we generate the estimate. (i.e. "Exclude detached garage")

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*Estimate is based on the Tear-off of a single layer of asphalt shingles and re-installing with a premium dimensional asphalt shingle. Additional Layers or tearing off of Asbestos and/or replacing with Slate or Tile will require a price adjustment for labor and materials. Please indicate in the Project Notes above if this applies to your project.

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