Roof Repair Costs Arizona 2016


Roof Repair Costs Arizona 2016

Surveys reveal that most homeowners spend around $316 to $1,046 on roof repairs in Arizona. Getting your roof repaired in Arizona can cost you an average of $671. These costs include the price to purchase the materials. Please keep in mind that the average roofer charges around $78.40 an hour for roofing repairs.

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Small Roof Repair Costs


Small roof repairs should cost around $150-$400 when hiring a licensed roofing contractor. Large roof repairs are going to cost you around $400 – $1,046.

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Roofing Repair Costs in 2015-2016


With a plethora of architectural and design structures, roofs could be unique in their style and choice of building material. We decided to put together this guide that outlines all of the roofing repair and associate costs. Let’s start with Roof flashing repair costs.

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Roof Flashing Repair Costs


Flashing –Ducts and vents are attached to your roof using thin metallic strips. With time, this metal is prone to corrode and age, and this is where roof vulnerabilities commonly occur. Water pipe vents have rubber seals that have a working life of about 10 years and develop cracks after some time, which they should be checked for. The metal storm-collar that B-vents and other gas chimneys use can also loosen up with age, allowing leaks. Roof flashing repair will cost you around $10 to $20.

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Roof Vertical Slit Repair Costs


Vertical Slits – The most common vulnerability that plagues shingle roofs if water seeping in between the vertical fissures, causing them to corrode over time. This can normally be fixed by replacing the tiles that have been corroded. Roof vertical slit repair costs around $30.

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Roof Granule Repair & Replacement Costs


Missing Granules – The stony covering on the shingles offers protection against UV rays and other wear that me be caused by weather or walking around on the roof top. But this protection isn’t everlasting and as the covering wears off, it will leave the shingle, and your roof exposed. If the shingles have bare patches, you can get a bundle of new granules that will cost you about $30 and have them replaced before they become a problem.

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Roof Skylight Repair Costs


Skylight –Another roof fixture that often contributes to leaks are skylights. They look beautiful, and let in an abundance of sunlight which can be healthy, but water can often get trapped in the flat upper edge of the Skylight. External elements can also cause the glass itself to crack, which can be remedied by getting a clear silicon adhesive for $5 a tube. But you may end up spending $25-$80 on skylight repairs if the flashing is corroded due to trapped water.

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Roof Valley Repair Costs


Valleys –Roof valleys are exactly what they sound like; they’re the place where two sloping roof panels meet, and like all structures of similar angles, will attract plenty of water during rainy season.The shingles that are cut to fit the valley’s shape can often be roughly cut, with tiny gaps that can let water seep in underneath the shingles. This is often prevented by installing flashing on the valleys, but this flashing should also be examined from time to time and checked for wear. If the flashing corrodes, roof valley repair is going to cost you about $20 per 10-inch piece.

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Roof Chimney Repair Costs


Chimneys –Old caulking is among the most common reasons for chimney leaks. Although re-caulking is often considered to be the easiest remedy in case of a leak, you shouldn’t just do that and leave it be, as it might be something else causing it. Inspecting the flashing for cracks and corrosion is always a good idea, and if the two above don’t seem to be causing the problem, there may be fractures in the chimney itself. The flashing can cost you about $20, and both the sealant and caulk will cost you around $5 each.

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Roof Leak Repair Costs


A leaking roof often pulls your mind to images of helpless residents in rain boots trying to minimize the damage by strategically placing water-buckets around the house.In truth, if identified and acted upon at the right time, roof leaks are fairly easy to counter.Below are some of the most common leaks you may face, and the easiest counter-measures to get them fixed.

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Cracked Flashing Roof Repair Costs


Cracks in flashing –The thin metal strip that holds your ducts and vents in place on the roof top and protects against water seepages, can eventually wear down and crack under severe weather conditions. To fix, remove the material and old nails holding it in place, and lay down a new strip (usually $20 for 10-inches), sealing it with roofing tar.

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Roof Shingle Repair & Replacement Costs


Corroded, cracked, or fallen off shingles–The stony layer on shingles that protects against wear from weather and other physical factors, can eventually wear off. In addition, the shingles themselves can crack or break off completely due to severe weather conditions like strong winds. A cursory look at your roof will tell you if that’s the case. Sings to look for are patches on the shingles, or debris from fallen shingles.

To fix, lift up the damaged shingle using a crow bar until the nails going through it pop up. These nails can be pulled out and the shingle replaced with a new one, with new nails holding it in place. A bundle of shingles will normally cost around $30, unless you have really expensive ones.

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Roof Vent Crack Repair Costs


Vent Booting Cracks – Vent booting is a covering that seals the vents of your roof. A leak in this part of the roof can be identified by dark patches on the walls and a damp stuffy odor.

To fix, scrape away the old booting with a knife, replacing it with new one on the vent and underneath the shingles. Nail roofing nails on each side and use caulk to seal it. All this will cost you between $10-$20.

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Roof Ice Dam Repair Costs


Ice dams–This is a pretty common phenomenon, especially if you live somewhere that gets decent snow. If your room is warm enough in one area, the snow around that area melts but refreezes into ice when it’s away, creating a barrier on your roof holding in ice and snow. The weight of this, along with water that gets help up, can seriously damage your roof.

To fix, invest in a roof rake and clean away about 4 feet of snow from the edge of the roof at regular intervals. If the ice dam has already formed, melt it away using ice-melting products according to the manufacturer’s instructions. All this will put you back about $50-$70, out of which $30-$50 will be a long-term investment on the roof rake.

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Leaky Skylight Repair Costs


Cracks and Leaks in the Skylight –The flat edges of skylights can trap water, and its frames and seals can also wear off or crack under the weather. Inspect the glass itself for any cracks as well. Any cracks can be sealed off using clear silicon sealant. In case of cracked flashing, remove and replace the old flashing strips with new ones as detailed above. The repairs may cost you anywhere between $25-$80.

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Roof Drain Repair Costs


Clogging in the drains–You should inspect and clean your drains regularly, especially at the beginning of the rainy season or when expecting heavy rainfall. Blocked drains will prevent rainwater from being drained effectively form the roof, letting it gather and seep through. Regular maintenance of your drains costs nothing but time and is a great preventive measure against leakages.

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Roofing Material Costs


As mentioned earlier, roofs come in different styles and shapes, based on personal preference, and are made out of different materials. They could be anything ranging fromasphalt or wood shingles, wood shakes, metal or single ply roofing, andcomposite roofing to tiled or slated roofs, and many others.Keeping that in mind, repair costs and the work involved will vary depending on the style of your roof and the material that make it up. For instance, roofs with shingles are considerably easier to repair than roofs with tiles or slates. Below is a list of commonly used roofing and what it will cost you.

  • Asphalt Shingles: $250 on average
  • Metal Roofs: $300 on average
  • Composite Roofing: $300 on average
  • Tile Roofs: $350 on average
  • Wood Shake: $360 on average
  • Single-Ply, Foam, or Flat Roofs: $400 on average
  • Slate Roofs: $530 on average

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Roof Fascia and Soffits Repair Costs 


Oftenonly given decorative credit, soffits and fascia form a blockade between externalelements and the roof edges, thereby protecting the roof structure and help keep the attic ventilated. Fascia is a slim band that runs vertically around the edges of the roof and absorbs any damage intended for the beams, caused by natural elements. Soffits are trimmings thatare placed horizontally from the outside of the wall to the fascia, and are attractive places for small animals and insects.

Damaged fascia and soffits can cause damage to the drains, therefore, should be examined and repaired immediately. Any damage to the fascia can be easily spotted by giving it a thorough look, while damage to the soffits can be determined by spotting damage by intruding animals and insects.A wood or PVC Fascia cost you about $10-$30 and soffits come at an average price of $20 per 12-feet.

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Roof Drain Repair Costs


Repairs or replacements may need to be made to cracked or sagging drains so that water can efficiently run off the roof. Any minor damage, like small cracks and holes can be filled in using roofing cement and patching material that matches that of the drain to prevent corrosion. This will cost you no more than $2-$4. Other repairs may include:

    • Replacing a partof the drain: costs between $4- $7 for a 10-foot area
    • Hangers: cost $1-$2 each
    • Replacing the joiners: may cost about $4.50 apiece

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Conclusing

The tips above will be great help if you find yourself facing a leakage that can be easily fixed. Any major repairs and maintenance of the roofs should be left to professionals. If you would rather not do the repairs yourself, collect quotes from several contractors to compare their service and charges. Small roof repairs should cost between $150-$400 when outsourced, with labor fees being $45-$75 per hour. Although a considerable amount, it is pretty reasonable when you compare it to the cost of laying in new roofing.

Thank you for reading our roofing repair cost in Arizona post. Stay tuned for more from Right Way Roofing Inc.

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