's Average Cost of a New Roof Information is Updated for 2013

Share Article's highly popular annual study on the average cost of a new roof for the following year has been updated to include 2013 numbers. Also in this year's edition are specific figures on an expanded variety of roofing materials.

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For the past few years homeowners have been turning to the article on the average cost of a new roof in different parts of the country. Several hundred homeowners each day turn to the article to help price out what they need to budget to replace their aging roofs. staff just added information to the next edition of the article for 2013 that includes data on how much homeowners can expect to pay for a variety of different types of common roofing materials. The new addition of the article can be found at [

The very popular article has been helping homeowners find data on new roof costs since 2011. Website owner Tony Scuderi says: “When we first released this study we found that probably about 1/3 of the homeowners that used our website took a look at the article. We realized that we needed to expand upon the data and keep it up to date year after year because it was such a powerful tool for people to plan their budget when faced with a full roof replacement. We also decided this year to make the info more robust and to include some specifics on the various types of roofing materials that homeowners are using these days in different regions of the country.” So far the information has been helpful as the site management staff reports record numbers of homeowners referencing and then re-referencing the article.

The 2013 average roof replacement cost data is based on projections that follow actual costs of projects from the previous two years and adjust for inflation and trends in the cost of certain roofing materials. Certain factors like natural disasters are factored in as they can sometimes inflate the price of a material in a given region artificially for several months at a time. has been referring homeowners to pre-screened and licensed local roofing companies since 2008. Homeowners can use the website to brows roofer profiles, gather information on specific types of projects, get recommendations on what materials to use in different climates and to gain multiple and competing roofing estimates for repairs or replacements of their roof. The service is entirely free to home and building owners. Homeowners can seek free roof estimates by visiting the website: or they can call to get estimates over the phone at (888) 516-1556

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