Updated October 5, 2016 . AmFam Team
If you’ve given your roof a good review and decided it’s time for repairs or replacement, the next step is to hire a roofing contractor you can trust. Find peace of mind by asking a few key questions.
Remember, the cost to replace a roof varies according to the market, roofing materials, the roofing contractor, the pitch (or steepness) of the roof, the area to be covered and other factors.
Are you looking for more ways you can take care of your home? Our home maintenance hub has a number of tips and resources to guide you to keep your home in great shape all year long.
If your home, including your roof, is damaged, our homeowners coverage works hard to help you regroup and restore. And if your home isn’t livable while things are being repaired or rebuilt, we may even help cover temporary housing expenses. Take a look at our roof replacement coverage page to learn how your homeowners insurance covers roof damage, and in the meantime, here’s the gist of what you should know.
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This article is for informational purposes only and includes information widely available through different sources and does not afford or guarantee any coverage.
*Homeowners premiums are based on a variety of factors including roof age, roof material and more, which impacts the rate you are quoted and that you will pay.
**Discount availability and eligibility varies by state and policy terms.