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How much is a new Commercial roof in CT & RI?

A new roof replacement in CT & RI carries an average cost of between $6,000 and $20,000, with most roofs costing around $12,000 across the state on average.

We value transparency and open communication, so we’re hoping to share some information that will help you narrow down your roofing options.

What affects the cost of a New Roof?

Every home, every roof, and every roofing situation is unique. Here are some of the major factors that will affect the cost of your new roof:

Roofing Material: The roofing material you choose for your new roof will have a major impact on the final cost.

Roof Design and Construction: The complexity of your roof’s design and construction will directly impact the time it takes to replace your roof, as well as the labor-hours involved in completing the project.

Roof Size: Larger roofs—simple or complex—simply take more material to fully replace. This means higher material, transportation, and labor costs, all of which will add up to a higher cost for a new roof.

Allow us to help you select a roofing material that meets your needs and your budget

Answers to your Roof pricing questions

Check out these frequently asked questions. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you still need answers.

Roofers will often define their rates in terms of price “per square,” or the cost per 100 square feet. In most cases, the price per square will fall anywhere from $200–$300.

Currently, many factors have conspired to increase the cost of roofing. Manufacturers are struggling to keep up with demand and have raised prices, which in turn is reflected in roofing costs. Quality labor is also in high demand, and it’s important to hire experienced roofers—rather than inexperienced, cut-rate contractors—to ensure you get a high-quality roof.

Both fall and spring are ideal seasons for roofing, with fall being the most popular overall due to mild temperatures and relative lack of severe storms and heavy rains that can cause delays. Here in Texas, “fall” can often extend into the winter months as long as temperatures remain mild.

It depends on your roofer! Many roofers work with financing companies because they understand many homeowners don’t have the money for a new roof saved up ahead of time. At BP Builders Roofing, we partner with Sunlight Financial to offer our customers more flexible roof financing options.*

*Subject to credit approval. Ask for details.