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Old 01.10.2020, 00:33
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Re: Put a lid on it- the other one is broken

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Wondering if anyone would know the "ball park" figure of getting a new roof for a house?

Also if bells and whistles were involved, a solar panel might also be nice to have.
Very difficult to say because it depends on whether you need just new roof tiles or whether the wood underneath also needs replacing. Then the topic of insulation might come up.

Also, depending on the current material there could be extra costs for handling the old materials, plus extra costs to remove and dispose it.

Not all companies have their own scaffolding (assuming you need this) so this is often shown as a separate cost.

Any company providing a quote should inspect the roof.
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