Andy’s Roofing provides re-roof estimates on all commercial, industrial, and public works buildings.
Schedule your roof estimate today!
The process starts by meeting with one of our qualified roofing estimators. We’ll listen to your goals and explain all of your options. In many cases, we can save you money by recommending a set of small repairs that will extend the life of your roof.
We also offer comprehensive commercial roof maintenance packages that will make sure those repairs are monitored and maintained.
If a re-roof is the most cost-effective solution for your building, we will provide you with an estimate for a durable low-slope or steep-slope roof system from one of our trusted manufacturing partners. At your request, we will make additional recommendations that can help insulate your building, which will lower your heating and cooling costs.
Don’t wait until your roof becomes a problem! Call us today for your comprehensive roof estimate!
Commonly Asked Questions About Commercial Roof Estimates
How much does a roof estimate cost?
Andy’s Roofing charges a flat fee of $250 per site for all commercial re-roof estimates. This fee includes an on-site roof assessment and takeoff by an experienced roofing professional, as well as a follow up consultation with our roofing estimator who will work with you to develop a scope of work to fit your desired budget.
What determines the cost of a new roof?
Many factors such as the size, accessibility, and complexity of your particular roof will ultimately determine the estimated cost. Believe it or not, the customer plays a significant role in shaping the cost of their new roof. Choices such as the roofing material type, material quality, scope of desired work, and add-on options, such as manufacturer’s warranties, all factor into the final cost.
Can you provide a roof estimate for my house?
At this time, Andy’s Roofing is not providing re-roof estimates on residential buildings.
How long does it take to receive a roof estimate?
Most roof estimates have a 1-2 week turnaround time. This is counting the time it takes to complete our on-site inspection, consult with you on the desired scope of work, gather all supplier and subcontractor bids, and finally present you with a complete price quotation. This thorough process allows us to be sure that we have not missed anything that could increase the cost of your project down the line.
What types of buildings does Andy’s Roofing provide estimates for?
Andy’s Roofing has decades of experience in providing both new construction and re-roof estimates on all types of commercial, industrial, institutional, warehouse, and municipal facility buildings. At this time, we are not offering roof estimates on residential buildings.
Do I need to be present for the roof estimate?
You do not need to be present while we perform our on-site roof assessment and takeoff. With your permission, our qualified roofing professional will be able to access most roofs on our own. Many of our busier clients enjoy the convenience of not having to attend this part of the estimating process.
What is the process to receive a roof estimate?
The process begins with a phone call or by contacting us through our website. Together, we will discuss the general scope of work that you would like to have completed, as well as your preliminary budget that you wish to keep. Once we have this information, we will schedule a time to dispatch a qualified roofing professional to your building in order to complete our preliminary roof assessment and takeoff.
This information, along with detailed pictures of your roof, will be given to our estimator. From there, our estimator will review all of this information and contact you with any questions or customized choices you will need to make in order to help finalize your desired scope of work. Our estimator will put it all together, including any supplier or subcontractor quotes, and send you a formal estimate with a finalized price soon after.
What should I look for when comparing estimates from different roofing companies?
It is common practice for building owners and property managers to look for the cheapest price by soliciting multiple estimates when contemplating a re-roof on their building. Throughout this process, it is important to keep in mind that all estimates are not the same!
When getting multiple estimates, it is important to ask questions not only about the new roof installation itself, but about the kind of company providing you the quote, as well.
- How long have they been in business?
- Are they bonded, licensed, and insured?
- Do they pay fair and livable wage and benefits to their employees?
- Will the company continue to be responsive to my questions once I sign the contract?
In our 60+ plus years of experience, we have found that a cheap price usually gets you a cheap roof installation. All roofing companies are not created equally, and it is important to consider what type of company you will trust to install such a high-dollar investment on your building.