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The Best Oak Brook Roofing
With about 71 days of precipitation a year ranging from rain to sleet to snow & hail, life as a roof in Oak Brook can be particularly tricky. That’s why FTC Oury, a reputable contractor with years of experience handling the harsh DuPage County climate, is standing by to help with any roofing needs.
Need help? We offer these services:
Roof inspections – The National Roofing Contractors Association recommends annual roof inspections in the spring and fall to protect against wear and tear signs that can develop into more significant problems if left unchecked.
A new roof can provide value to your home and give you peace of mind for years.
If you experience leaks, water spots, or missing shingles, please give us a call. It’s essential to resolve minor issues before developing into more significant problems (black mold, rotting wood).
Hail/storm damage repair
Storm damage occurs. So in the unfortunate event that your roof is damaged, we can help navigate claims with insurance to get your home back to its former glory as quickly as possible.
What Does Roofing Cost in Oak Brook IL?
Note: the final costs of roofing services depend on several factors, so these figures are just meant to serve as a guideline.
The cost for general replacements and repairs depends on several factors, including, most crucially, whether you need an inspection, repair, or full replacement. Below are a few situations and their respective costs.
In this case, your roofing inspector will check cracks, leaks, pools of water, or broken/undone shingles. Many contractors will take a look at your roof for free. The typical cost of inspections in Illinois is $200, consistent with the national average, which is $217. Most homeowners suggest that they have never paid more than $700 for an inspection.
Before good contractors start repairing your roof, they will give you a detailed verbal statement about what they think is wrong and how it can be handled. Then they’ll describe the repair process. Expect to spend anything between $250 and $500 for minimal repairs, and up to $1,000 for more significant repairs. In some cases, repairs can run up to $4,000 or more, so it’s best to have a thorough discussion with your roofer about all of your options.
The cost of replacing a roof varies depending on the size, location, materials used, and even pitch. There are market ranges for different roofing jobs, but the figures provided are not cut and dry. The average cost of replacement per square foot is about $4. Assuming the size of an average roof is 1800 square feet, you can expect most homes to cost just over $7,000 to repair. Experts estimate that homeowners in Illinois generally spend between $5,000 and $10,000 on roof replacement (the good news is your replacement might be covered by insurance).