Re-Roof on a Budget: Planning Ahead

It is no secret that Phoenix roof repair and Phoenix new roof installations are hefty financial investments. Even though they are necessary, that does not make it any easier to take the plunge and hire a reputable Phoenix roofing company to start the work.

The average cost of a Phoenix re-roofing project typically ranges from $5300-$10,000, depending on various factors. While it is expensive, a roof replacement is not something that can be ignored. The longer you wait to start the project, the more likely that further damage will occur, including mold and mildew growth. These damages will lead to an even greater financial hit, so do not delay. If you are looking for ways to minimize the cost of a roof replacement for your home, continue reading for some professional tips.


Proper planning will go a long way toward helping any home renovation project be successful. If there is no solid plan in place, things can get missed and last minute decisions will be made, resulting in an over-budget Scottsdale residential roofing project that causes more stress than necessary. Speak with your hired Scottsdale roofing contractor to make a plan outline, and remember to consider factors such as:

  • Roof pitch
  • House size
  • Damage extent
  • Roofing materials

One of the benefits of making an outline with your contractor is that you can get a rough cost estimate for the project. This will go a long way in helping you financially plan for the repairs. Consider discussing your plan and needs with several different contractors, and narrow down your options to the contractor who will best fit within your budget while meeting your roofing needs.


Consider getting a loan for your project. Some roofing projects can be pushed off for a short amount of time, if that will help you get finances together for the job. However, some situations must be addressed immediately and cannot wait. Damages may have occurred that are increasing by the day, or you may have a roof damaged by severe weather that is causing your home to be hazardous. Depending on your circumstances, you may need to consider financing for your roof replacement so the issue can be quickly resolved.


Once you have established a plan outline and the work has begun, try your best to avoid making any changes. If you do make changes, be certain they are absolutely necessary. Otherwise, the overall price could skyrocket, or the project could fall behind schedule and be heavily delayed. This will further increase the cost, due to needing to pay the workers who are there, any extra necessary materials, or a longer hotel stay in the event that your home is uninhabitable until the roof is completed.


While DIY projects are generally less expensive, it is in your best interest to choose a reputable Glendale roofing company near you to complete the roof replacement. Even with careful planning beforehand, a professional company will have all the right tools and safety components necessary to get the job done properly and efficiently. They will also have the necessary knowledge and experience, and will be able to handle any extra concerns or damages that come up. If you attempt to do it yourself, you run the risk of not installing the new Glendale shingle roofing correctly and needing it to be redone, leading to a much bigger expense and more time lost.

Ultimately, roofing projects are expensive, there is no way around that. However, choosing a knowledgeable professional, such as Arizona Native Roofing, will go a long way toward helping you stay within your budget for the roofing project. Our contractors have been in business for over 15 years, and specialize in affordable, efficient, and high-quality work, every time. Speak with one of our team members today to get a free estimate for your roof replacement, and remember to ask about our affordable pricing options!

Written By:

Jason Swim – Owner

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