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Roofing in Apache County

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Rain, sun and wind wear down Apache County roofing relentlessly year after year causing both minor problems and major damage. With proper maintenance and yearly routine service from a professional Apache County roof repair specialist your home can be kept in excellent shape for decades. Aptera is here ensure that homeowners who need a professional roofing contractor in Apache County can select from honest, reliable and experienced pros who can fix all types of roof leaks, broken shingles and more.

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Reducing The Cost of Roofing in Apache County, AZ

The cost of roof repair in Apache County can vary depending on how severe the damage is, the type of roof and whether it is an emergency or not. Sometimes a roof may only need a simple patch while other roof problems may be so severe that the entire structure needs to be replaced. How old is your roof? If it is over 25 years old and needs repairs every year, it may be time to consider a full roof replacement.

The typical homeowner will spend anywhere from $300 up to $1,000 dollars on roof repairs in Apache County each year. Low cost repairs include clogged gutters, cracked flashing, cracked vent booting. Repairs that tend to cost much more due to labor and the price of materials include broken or missing shingles, and sometimes skylight leaks depending on whether or not the actual skylight needs to be replaced, or if the area around it just needs to be resealed. A leaky roof can also be caused by vertical connections in the roof where it meets other materials such as wall masonry or ridge vents.

There are ways that you can minimize the cost of roofing repairs in Apache County if you just take the time. An absolute must is comparing multiple prices from roofing contractors in Many Farms, Eagar and Window Rock to make sure that you are not paying at the very high end of the spectrum. *Note that we do not (always) recommend going with the cheapest roofer in Apache County because quality of work is so critical and you don't want to have to deal with and pay for the same problem again in five years. The best advice that too few property owners utilize is scheduling yearly maintenance to fix damage before warning signs are even present down below. By the time your roof is leaking noticeably the damage has likely been accumulating for at least a few months.

Biting the Bullet

It's never easy, but when constant repairs need to be made on an old worn down roof the best decision is often to completely replace it. While it is expensive and a hassle, getting a completely new roof in Apache County can sometimes save you money in the long run if you have to repair your roof several times due to reoccurring damage. A silver lining is that when you go to sell your property, the enhanced aesthetics and durability of a new roof can increase its value.

The average cost of a brand new roof can run anywhere from $4,500 for an asphalt shingle roof in Apache County, to $25,500 and up for a metal roof in Apache County. High end example: a slate roof can cost the average homeowner as much as $155k to replace. While there are many different types of roofing materials out there that can add more style and aesthetic value to your home, the affordable asphalt shingle roof is one of the most common types in Apache County. Most homeowners tend to pay around $12,500 on average for a complete replacement with asphalt shingle. Pro tip: In addition to general certifications, always try to work with a contractor who specializes in your type of roof to reduce the risk of employee error. The NCRA's (National Roofing Contractors Association) has multiple programs for different roof types.

The pitch of a roof can also have an impact on the total cost of replacement or repairs. Some roofs have a high pitch while others may have either a low pitch or none at all. The more steep a roof is, the more difficult and dangerous is it to fix, thus increasing your cost. With steeper pitch it also takes more time for Apache County roofers to complete the job (especially if they have to use additional safety equipment, harnesses, nets to prevent tools from falling, etc), and many times the roofing contractor will have to pay for insurance costs.

Know Your Options

Decisions, decisions, decisions. Aptera roofers in Apache County will help educate you to make sure you are able to strike the perfect balance between a long-lasting durable roof and an aesthetic charm.

First, there are four basic material types which include asphalt, tile, slate and metal in order from least expense to most expensive.

Asphalt Shingles

Asphalt roofs will require several types of repairs over their lifetime but leaks are the most common and range from simple to severe. Damage caused by heavy storms, wind, hail and ice are the primary culprits but sometimes pests or falling trees can strike as well. Improperly sealed (or simply worn) vent pipes can also wear out and require repair over time.

Many people enjoy a skylight on their roof but they can be the cause of another common repair job in Apache County. Many times the skylight itself may be broken, or the seal around the glass breaks. Chimney flashings (the sheet metal material that maintains a watertight seal between the roof and your chimney) can pull away from the roof or wear out if exposed to weather, and often they are not installed properly in the first place. All of which can cause severe leaks.

Finally, the roof valleys on asphalt shingle roofs cause problems as they often collect leaves and debris over time. By having roofing companies in Apache County regularly clear and inspect these problematic areas, you can help to encourage the natural down-flow of water which will help keep your asphalt roof in better shape.

Slate Roofs

Slate roofing is strong and durable and is the choice for homeowners with a little extra money to spend so they don't have to worry repairs as much as they would with asphalt shingles. However, slate roofs do require routine maintenance and should be inspected annually for common issues like cracks, broken or loose slates.

Tip: work with a roofing contractor in Apache County that specializes in slate roofing because there are techniques that they can hone that are unique to repairing and replacing slate that non specialists won't have.

Tile Roofs

Tile roofs are a beautiful, affordable option for the homeowner who wants a roof that will last longer than shingles but cost less than metal. While most will last for 50 years or more, they are prone to several common issues including cracked and sliding tiles. Left unchecked, this will expose the roof underlayment to harmful sun rays, rain and more which can cause even further damage. A damaged underlayment can also cause leaks which lead to interior damage as well.

Yearly inspections also look out for corrosion, soffit and roof edge damage, and valley failure.

Metal Roofing in Apache County

Many people looking for a premium long lasting option are choosing metal roofing in Apache County. This may come as a surprise to some, but modern metal roofs are come in a huge variety of styles, textures and colors and often even come with a 50 year manufacturers warranty. Try finding that on any other major purchase for your home. If you can handle the marginally higher upfront cost of a metal roof in Apache County, you will enjoy future savings that include reduced insurance rates, energy costs (up to a third less than a traditional shingle roof), and home resale value.

Won't my metal roof rust?

It is critical to work with a metal roofing contractor in Apache County that focuses (preferably solely) on metal roofs. In addition to simply being able to offer a wider variety of options from more manufacturers at a lower cost, they will be better equipped to educate you on the type of metal roof that will work best for you. You want your roofer to be able to explain the benefits of a standing seam metal roof or the difference between galvanized zinc or galvalume, (a mixture of zinc and aluminum) in layman's terms. Building owners who want a commercial metal roof in Apache County enjoy the same benefits, but can also help with LEED certification.

Though rare, metal roof repairs include missing or corroded fasteners, splits, holes and protrusions in the metal surface. Rust inhibitors and primers usually keep rust at bay.

Questions to Ask Your Roofing Company in Apache County, AZ

One common trait of all good roofing companies in Many Farms, Eagar, Window Rock, Teec Nos Pos and St. Michaels is that they are patient to answer all of your questions regardless of how minor. This list will get you started but make sure to write down any additional questions before the initial consultation.

Do you have workman’s comp insurance?

Insurance is not cheap and many Apache County roofing contractors would rather take their chances than pay the price up front for protection. Of course, if a company is not covered, and an accident occurs on your property, you could end up paying out serious legal fees.

Can you remove my old roof?

A good contractor will remove the existing roof, though some will suggest saving time and money by placing new shingles over an old roof. This not a practice we recommend as soft spots or rotting wood lying underneath your old shingles can remain a problem.

Am I charged more if there is bad weather during the job?

Bad weather can happen at any time and it is important that your Apache County roofer has a backup plan for heavy rain and storms that occur in the middle of your repair project. Most will bring along large tarps or plastic covers that will cover over any open spaces to protect your roof and home until the storm passes. This will help to ensure that everything remains dry until the company is able to return back to work. Aside from the inconvenience of a delay, you should not be charged extra.

Do you recycle material from my old roof?

Will my landscaping be protected during the course of the job?

Ask for details on job site precautions to ensure that the landscaping does not become damaged. No one wants to come home to a brand new roof and torn up lawn due to heavy equipment and traffic patterns.

Is your company licensed?

While Arizona does require a roofing company to be licensed, it is up to you to find out if the company you hire is indeed licensed or not. Beware the journeyman roofer with no credentials to back up their claims of skill, it is just too tough to verify the quality of their workmanship until it is too late. Beyond the required license, it will help to ask about accreditation and certifications for your roof type. You can often verify this as well at:

Can I receive a written estimate?

Before you sign paperwork be sure you have a detailed estimate that includes the cost of removing the old roofing materials, roofing materials, labor and anything else that may come up during the job.

How To Get the Best Roofer in Apache County, AZ

Here are a few final tips on how to get the best roofer in Many Farms, Eagar, Window Rock and Teec Nos Pos for the particular repair job that you need.

Apache County Cities Served

Roofing Many Farms, AZ

Many Farms Roofing Costs:

Many Farms roof repair costs $1,072, roof installation costs $7,872.

Roofing Eagar, AZ

Eagar Roofing Costs:

Eagar roof repair costs $1,028, roof installation costs $7,553.

Roofing Window Rock, AZ

Window Rock Roofing Costs:

Window Rock roof repair costs $874, roof installation costs $6,418.

Roofing Teec Nos Pos, AZ

Teec Nos Pos Roofing Costs:

Teec Nos Pos roof repair costs $1,045, roof installation costs $7,674.

Roofing St. Michaels, AZ

St. Michaels Roofing Costs:

St. Michaels roof repair costs $1,056, roof installation costs $7,755.

Roofing St. Johns, AZ

St. Johns Roofing Costs:

St. Johns roof repair costs $879, roof installation costs $6,459.

Roofing Lukachukai, AZ

Lukachukai Roofing Costs:

Lukachukai roof repair costs $935, roof installation costs $6,868.

Roofing Houck, AZ

Houck Roofing Costs:

Houck roof repair costs $1,097, roof installation costs $8,058.

Roofing Ganado, AZ

Ganado Roofing Costs:

Ganado roof repair costs $1,030, roof installation costs $7,567.

Roofing Fort Defiance, AZ

Fort Defiance Roofing Costs:

Fort Defiance roof repair costs $1,035, roof installation costs $7,599.

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Apache County Roof Repair

Roof Repair in Apache County

Average Cost: $958
Starting At: $244

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CityAvg. CostLow CostHigh Cost
Alpine $1,014$243$1,838
Chambers $1,016$218$1,698
Chinle $981$248$1,809
Concho $1,065$253$1,589
Dennehotso $823$240$1,785
Eagar $1,028$252$1,502
Fort Defiance $1,035$247$1,710
Ganado $1,030$236$1,776
Greer $831$221$1,474
Houck $1,097$197$1,702
Lukachukai $935$191$1,760
Lupton $862$198$1,494
Many Farms $1,072$244$1,456
Mcnary $843$217$1,726
Nazlini $907$252$1,766
Nutrioso $812$200$1,738
Red Valley $1,047$253$1,404
Rock Point $853$223$1,837
Round Rock $887$212$1,603
Sanders $1,013$204$1,720
Springerville $1,064$244$1,648
St. Johns $879$249$1,520
St. Michaels $1,056$219$1,813
Teec Nos Pos $1,045$253$1,875
Tsaile $1,021$196$1,603
Vernon $887$218$1,597
Window Rock $874$219$1,696
Apache County Roof Installation

Roof Installation in Apache County

Average Cost: $7,036
Starting At: $3,178

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CityAvg. CostLow CostHigh Cost
Alpine $7,448$3,159$12,422
Chambers $7,466$2,839$11,478
Chinle $7,204$3,231$12,227
Concho $7,823$3,291$10,738
Dennehotso $6,046$3,120$12,063
Eagar $7,553$3,278$10,150
Fort Defiance $7,599$3,213$11,558
Ganado $7,567$3,067$12,004
Greer $6,104$2,877$9,962
Houck $8,058$2,569$11,501
Lukachukai $6,868$2,481$11,893
Lupton $6,334$2,570$10,100
Many Farms $7,872$3,180$9,839
Mcnary $6,189$2,829$11,665
Nazlini $6,665$3,277$11,935
Nutrioso $5,964$2,606$11,749
Red Valley $7,693$3,292$9,489
Rock Point $6,267$2,900$12,419
Round Rock $6,514$2,765$10,837
Sanders $7,438$2,660$11,627
Springerville $7,813$3,179$11,141
St. Johns $6,459$3,244$10,274
St. Michaels $7,755$2,846$12,257
Teec Nos Pos $7,674$3,289$12,670
Tsaile $7,498$2,549$10,835
Vernon $6,517$2,832$10,792
Window Rock $6,418$2,849$11,465
Apache County Roof Inspection

Roof Inspection in Apache County

Average Cost: $213
Starting At: $98

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CityAvg. CostLow CostHigh Cost
Alpine $225$97$796
Chambers $226$87$735
Chinle $218$100$783
Concho $236$101$688
Dennehotso $183$96$773
Eagar $228$101$650
Fort Defiance $230$99$741
Ganado $229$94$769
Greer $184$89$638
Houck $244$79$737
Lukachukai $208$76$762
Lupton $191$79$647
Many Farms $238$98$630
Mcnary $187$87$748
Nazlini $201$101$765
Nutrioso $180$80$753
Red Valley $233$101$608
Rock Point $189$89$796
Round Rock $197$85$694
Sanders $225$82$745
Springerville $236$98$714
St. Johns $195$100$658
St. Michaels $234$88$785
Teec Nos Pos $232$101$812
Tsaile $227$79$694
Vernon $197$87$692
Window Rock $194$88$735
Apache County Roof Sealing

Roof Sealing in Apache County

Average Cost: $553
Starting At: $117

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CityAvg. CostLow CostHigh Cost
Alpine $585$116$1,438
Chambers $586$104$1,328
Chinle $566$119$1,415
Concho $614$121$1,243
Dennehotso $475$114$1,396
Eagar $593$120$1,175
Fort Defiance $597$118$1,338
Ganado $594$113$1,389
Greer $479$106$1,153
Houck $633$94$1,331
Lukachukai $539$91$1,377
Lupton $497$94$1,169
Many Farms $618$117$1,139
Mcnary $486$104$1,350
Nazlini $524$120$1,381
Nutrioso $468$96$1,360
Red Valley $604$121$1,098
Rock Point $492$106$1,437
Round Rock $512$101$1,254
Sanders $584$98$1,346
Springerville $614$117$1,289
St. Johns $507$119$1,189
St. Michaels $609$104$1,419
Teec Nos Pos $603$121$1,466
Tsaile $589$94$1,254
Vernon $512$104$1,249
Window Rock $504$105$1,327