ROOF FINANCING IN WINSTON SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA

As of Summer 2019, the average cost of reshingling a roof nationwide ranges from $5,000 to $15,000, and that’s just the average. Some roofing projects will be even more expensive. Check out our roof financing in Winston Salem!

 

How much will my roof cost?

While it’s impossible to calculate your price tag down to the dollar without a professional consult, keep in mind that the following factors can affect the cost of replacing your roof:

• The structure of your roof
• The accessibility of your roof
• The materials used on your roof

 

Roof structure

Your roof’s structure can contribute to the price. Basic roof structures include:

• Gable
• Hip
• Mansard
• Shed
• Dormer

The structure affects the accessibility, maneuverability, and square footage of your roof, which is why can significantly impact the cost of materials and labor.

 

Accessibility

Since the accessibility of your roof affects the movement of our team, tools, and materials, it can affect the labor costs associated with getting a new roof. If the roof of your home is more difficult to navigate, your roofing project is going to require more intensive labor, higher risk, and more time to complete than a less precarious roof.

 

Shingle Cost

Choosing roofing materials isn’t all that different from choosing new flooring. Asphalt shingles are often more affordable than metal roofing (but not always), and certain materials are better suited for particular homes, lifestyles, budgets, and even climates. Depending on the style, technology, and warranties associated with your roofing material, you might find that you’d prefer a metal roof. You’ll want to talk it over with a roofing professional regarding style, maintenance, and budget before making any final decisions.

FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW FOR YOUR FREE ESTIMATE

Get a more accurate number with our cost calculator!

Use our roofing cost calculator to get a more accurate price for replacing your roof based on the structure, pitch, and accessibility. Once you fill out the calculator and submit your information, we’ll send your free estimate to the email address you provided.

Get a new roof without breaking the bank with our financing options.

We’ve partnered with Hearth to make home improvement loans more attainable and manageable for our customers. You shouldn’t have to sacrifice a structurally sound roof and safe home just because you can’t afford the upfront costs of a new roof out of pocket. Thanks to RJ Turner Remodeling’s partnership with Hearth in your corner, you can get your financing options in just three simple steps:

Step 1: Request a payment option

Just answer a few questions to see available pre-qualified loan options without affecting your credit score. Your that much closer to your new roof!

Step 2: Pre-Qualify 

Complete a short online financing request and get immediately pre-qualified by up to 13 lending partners without affecting your credit score.

Step 3: Get Funded 

Apply for your preferred loan option and if approved, receive funding in as few as 24 hours!

We’re here and happy to help.

We’re working with Hearth to make sure your home renovation process well within reach and that you don’t have to be a professional financial advisor to understand the terms of your loan. When you apply for a home improvement loan with Hearth, we can help you choose the best financing plan for your budget and lifestyle (you know, pending your credit check).

We’re excited that our partnership with Hearth allows us to offer financing and will help make your home renovation and loan process more approachable and attainable. Read more about Hearth to see why customers love working with them as much as we have.

Take a look at our financing options to see how easy and painless the process is for yourself. You might be pleasantly surprised to hear that getting a new roof is often more affordable than most folks realize.

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We pride ourselves in providing high quality roof replacements without disrupting your everyday life. So don’t put off that roof replacement any longer!

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